The Pokemon Go game has been described as a “dreadful nightmare” for the entire internet, but the game’s developers have taken the opportunity to highlight the issues with the game on social media.
Pokémon Go has been criticised for “toxic” content, for not including people’s privacy, and for creating a “dark online” for gamers to explore, but its developers have defended the game as a great way for people to “play” in real life.
The game’s creators say that it “allows people to spend time together in a more intimate setting, without being judged or judged by their social networks”, and they also claim that “many people have actually enjoyed it”.
Read more “We believe it is a fantastic social experience,” said one of the developers of Pokémon Go, Tetsuya Nomura.
“We think people should be able to spend their free time together with others and with a variety of Pokémon.”
However, the game has come under fire from players who say that the game encourages “aggressive behaviour”.
The developers have addressed these criticisms in a series of tweets, saying that the “game will not be a game for those who would make a living off of violent content”.
“You can’t play a game that encourages aggressive behaviour.
It’s wrong,” they wrote.
“The game is designed to be a great fun experience for all people who love Pokémon and wish to enjoy the game together.”
The game has also been criticised by gamers for not having an official subreddit, and it has even had its subreddit banned on Reddit for violating the site’s rules against hate speech.
“This game has created a toxic online environment for many people who have spent their free hours together online,” the developer said in a tweet, adding that the subreddit was “trying to remove all hate speech”.
“We will not allow this type of behaviour to continue.”
It is not the first time the developer of Pokémon has been criticized for its decisions, and many users have also criticised the game for not being inclusive enough.
“Pokemon Go is a terrible game that does nothing to address real issues of racism and discrimination in our society,” wrote one user on Reddit.
“If you think a game is a game you should ignore its toxic content, and stop playing it.
#PokemonGo is a nightmare for internet.
#RIPgames #GamerGate” Another user posted: “It is time to call out this toxic environment of hate that #PokemonGO creates.
Stop playing it.”
Others criticised the developer’s decision to include a message board, as well as their decision to make a subreddit called “Gamergate” to “disrupt” the game.
“What the hell is #Gamergate anyway?
Is #Gamergaters only thing that they do is get upset when people say racist things?” one user wrote.
Another user, named “Nigel”, said that the creator of the subreddit “was very clear that it is not a gamergater subreddit”.
“It’s not really a game, but people are playing it, and we want to see the positive side,” Nigel said. “
There is also a messageboard where people post their thoughts and opinions about the game and are encouraged to share their views with the community.”
“It’s not really a game, but people are playing it, and we want to see the positive side,” Nigel said.
The developer of the game, developer of a popular social media app, and Pokémon Go’s creators have also been contacted for comment.