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Well, it was bound to happen, especially considering how demanding Pokemon Go can be to play. This isn't a game you just turn on and play. This app makes you be quite active, which can be kind of hard for some people. People can't just be playing this all the time, with everyday life things keeping us busy. It could get boring to some, and tiresome.

Still, 30 mil ain't nothing to sneeze at, and it sure doesn't make it any easier for me to take and maintain gyms.



 

              

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Curious to see what happens as Niantic rolls out more features and then gen 2 starts up and then shinies are introduced. I've heard battling and trading will be implemented in October. Dunno.



Bound to happen at some point, as it the case with every other mobile game.
But to still have 30 million active players each day is no joke! Those are some MONSTER numbers!



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This is actually good news. 30 million playing it jesussss



Has it been released in all of the countries yet? (I know some countries banned it)



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It dropped 22% in the US in one month. I can't speak for the rest of the world, but I knew it was going to be a fad here. By Jan, it'll be long gone.

But, people forget, this game was MEANT to be a fad. It was pretty much meant to convince people to play the real Pokemon games. And you know what? It worked! So, all is well that ends well.



Everyone is blaming the loss on the fact that it's a mobile game, but Pokemon GO's decline is mostly due to all of the bugs and glitches present with the game (most notably, the tracker issues). Niantic really needs to get it together before the decline continues



People are beginning to hop off the bandwagon. Thats just how mobile gaming goes. Why is anyone surprised?



Nem said:
"though it's still more popular than before its release."

I had to LOL.

Easy to misread, but it's actually referring to the popularity of the search terms 'augmented reality' and not Pokémon GO.



midrange said:
Everyone is blaming the loss on the fact that it's a mobile game, but Pokemon GO's decline is mostly due to all of the bugs and glitches present with the game (most notably, the tracker issues). Niantic really needs to get it together before the decline continues

I would think it's more to do with there just not being a whole lot to do with the game beyond looking for Pokemon you haven't caught yet. This game wasn't designed to last and no one expected it to explode like it did.