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Bosnian Pokémon Go players to steer clear of landmines: Should Pokemon Go be banned in certain areas?

  • Pokemon Go Goes Too Far

    Pokemon Go sends its players to inappropriate places like the Holocaust Museum and the Arlington National Cemetery. Recently, two Pokemon Go players fell off a cliff and another two were shot at. It is only a matter of time before somebody dies playing this game, and Niantic, the company that develops Pokemon, needs to stop sending players into dangerous situations.

  • Yes, if it is to save lives

    I enjoy Pokemon Go as much as the next person, but the colorful creatures are not worth getting maimed for. When it comes to safety issues that involve long buried explosives, it is better to forgo the Dratini and keep your life and limbs. Common sense restrictions are a good idea.

  • Yes, it should.

    Not large geographical areas, like an entire coutnty, but landlind fields, and other places where most people are not allowed to go. There should also be a way that business and individuals can take their property off the map if they need to, in order to keep trespassers from coming in.

  • Ban is appropriate

    I do believe that with the surging popularity of the Pokemon Go game and its potential to get people out and interacting with the world around them that it is nevertheless appropriate to have a blanket ban on the game in some areas, namely places where it might prove dangerous.

  • No no no

    No no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no nono no no no no


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