Turns out, you don’t even really need the app to play Pokemon Go! You don’t even need a phone—just a little imagination and zero sense of shame. Here are a few ways to put a new twist on the game.
Oct. 12, 2013 marked the release of the newest Pokemon games, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” for Nintendo 3DS. Pokemon X and Pokemon Y offer many new features that were unavailable in previous games, rendering their scenes more realistic and making avid fans all the more excited for them.
Washington University students may not dress up as ghosts and witches to trick or treat anymore, but between Bauhaus, Halloween-themed frat parties and other holiday shenanigans, there’s still ample opportunity for all of us to get a little creative with our costume choices this year.
The perfect storm snuck up on me. I didn’t realize it was here until it was too late. When I browse the Web, I take mental notes of all the things that interest me—usually movies, “Lost” recaps, video games and the occasional deal from Woot. However, I see now that I forgot to do one important thing while logging these shiny things into my memory: combine them.
Is it that time of year again? With the release of Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver this week (and yes, those are the actual names), Cadenza thought it was only fitting that we release another bundle of Pokémon pickup lines. Hopefully, these will tide over every Poké-nut out there until sequels Pokémon SlugYellow and CoalBlack are released.
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