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  • Pokémon Go players explain how to play

    The new app Pokemon Go is attracting people all over the nation, including Raleigh, North Carolina residents. Some players were gathered in Nash Square in downtown Raleigh on the morning of July 11, and explained how to play the game. Nintendo's first major foray into the mobile app space appears to be going well -- in only two days, Pokemon Go made the company $7.5 billion, according to reports.

Pokémon Go players explain how to play

The new app Pokemon Go is attracting people all over the nation, including Raleigh, North Carolina residents. Some players were gathered in Nash Square in downtown Raleigh on the morning of July 11, and explained how to play the game. Nintendo's first major foray into the mobile app space appears to be going well -- in only two days, Pokemon Go made the company $7.5 billion, according to reports.
Jill Knight The News & Observer