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Really people, I completely agree with the argument above me - it has had a huge impact on the world both positive and negative. There's people that are still up at 10 o clock to capture Pokemon at their local bus stops (Positive). It causes a more healthy community as people can make new friends. On the other hand, Pokemon Go has caused several In juries throughout the community.
Pokemon Go, like Game of Thrones or any other bit of prevalent pop culture is fair came for news coverage. In this case there even multiple angles that could be covered. The health implications of having usually sedentary gamers walking around for hours on end or the business gains Nintendo has made as a result of the game.
As possibly the biggest app ever created I believe that Pokemon Go is more than newsworthy. Since release the game has been making thousands of people go outside to capture gyms and Pokemon and I think that this is worthy of note - no other app has ever had such an impact.
I believe that Pokemon go is not newsworthy, as it is not of great importance. Newspapers should be publishing news, and not advertising trends. However, Pokemon go has become a hazard to many players' health, one person even broke a bone. The newspapers should be printing about the hazards and warning players, not advertising the game.
Pokémon go is not newsworthy. But then again, is anyone surprised that's something up such a trivial manner makes headlines? News outlets only report what people want to hear. Seems this goofy game is more important to people than the economy, government spending, endless wars and the the Political events of the day. People should be ashamed of themselves.
No, Pokémon Go is not newsworthy. In today's world, people think that everything that is popular is newsworthy. This applies to celebrities, people who do stupid things, wild animals and more. Video games, however, are never newsworthy. People need to start thinking about what is important and not simply what is popular.