If you're like millions of other Americans, you've spent much of your last week or so playing Pokemon Go.
Walk into a minefield, enter a military base or simply cross the road without looking: fans of Pokemon Go are prepared to do whatever it takes to capture the likes of Pikachu and its friends.
The Japan launch of "Pokemon Go" on Friday included the game's first partnership with an outside company: fast-food giant McDonald's.
The wait is over for "Pokemon Go" fans in Japan.
The "Pokemon Go" craze has yet to hit Japan, but reports of robberies, traffic accidents and other mishaps abroad already have the government worried.
Japanese fans eagerly awaiting the launch of "Pokemon Go" in the character's country of birth faced another day of disappointment Wednesday.
Indonesian officials have banned the playing of "Pokemon Go" from the presidential palace.
People playing the wildly popular smartphone game Pokemon Go in Bosnia were urged Tuesday to avoid areas littered with unexploded mines left over from the 1990s conflict.
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Nintendo on Tuesday shot past Sony in market value after shares in the video game giant more than doubled following the release of its wildly popular Pokemon Go game.