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7 Fun Facts We Learned by Playing Pokemon GO on the River Walk 

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Remember the days when your only evening responsibility was holing yourself up in your bedroom and battling Pokemon on your Gameboy for an indefinite amount of time? How about when the only fat stacks you were worried about acquiring were new packs of Pokemon cards? Those were the simple times.

Thankfully, we can all finally regress back to that childhood love affair with Pokemon without having to disassociate from the outside world. After lying low for a few years, Pokemon is back and bigger than ever. If you've been living under a rock for the past week, the beloved franchise dropped its newest game, Pokemon GO last Thursday.



The new smartphone app allows players to follow a GPS map to catch their favorite Pokemon out in the real world. Since its release, Pokemon GO has been taking the world by storm, so we decided to join the hype and go find some Pokemon for ourselves. Rest easy, we did not come across any dead bodies in the process, only a healthy serving of knowledge. Here are eight things we inadvertently learned about while playing Pokemon on the River Walk. 

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