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Massively on the Go is a column by Andrew Ross all about Pokemon Go and other mobile MMOs and MMOARGs. [Follow this column’s RSS feed]

Massively on the Go: Animal Crossing’s housing islands from an MMO player’s perspective

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One multiplayerish game that we've talked about a bit as the MOP team's been quarantined on the Golden Yacht is Animal Crossing: New Horizons....

Massively on the Go: How Pokemon Go is improving without all the ‘go’

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We've briefly covered some of Pokemon Go's new changes in light of recent non-fun viral events, and in today's Massively on the Go, I want...

The Stream Team: Never leaving Neverwinter’s Neverdeath Graveyard

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Massively OP's MJ is a big fan of cemeteries, so there is a chance she may never leave Neverwinter's Neverdeath Graveyard. Of course, she...
That'll cost you money.

Massively on the Go: Why MMO players will love Animal Crossing New Horizons

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Some of you may have noticed that several staffers and fellow MassivelyOP readers noted that they were playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons last weekend....

Massively on the Go: Pseudo-MMOing in Pokemon Sword and Shield

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So one of the big draws of the new Pokemon Sword and Shield is the open-world exploration area of the game. It's expansive: It has 4-four-player...

Massively on the Go: Pokemon Go’s third anniversary report card

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Well hey, it seems like it's another birthday for Pokemon Go, so you all know what we have for the anniversary party: another report card!...

Massively on the Go: First Impressions of Harry Potter Wizards Unite

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I know I've given Niantic hell when it comes on iterating on its Ingress formula, especially in terms of Pokemon Go, but Harry Potter: Wizards Unite...

Massively on the Go: Exploring Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge augmented reality game

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I wasn't expecting to be very excited about the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge until I read there'd be an augmented reality game mixed in....

Massively on the Go: Smash Bros Ultimate’s online scene, one month later

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I love Smash Bros. I love the mascot battles, the random items, the hazards. And in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, I love the new Ultimate meter...
Time to poke on home.

Massively on the Go: The Pokemon Let’s Go-Go Connection

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Yes, we're going to talk about Pokemon Let's Go Eevee (or you can pretend its Pikachu if you just want to experience Pokemon Yellow again). No, it's...

Massively on the Go: The key MMO features in The Walking Dead Our World

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As a franchise, The Walking Dead is probably past its prime, but I'm admittedly still a bit of a fan. In fact, I was playing...

Massively on the Go: Our guide to legendary and EX raiding in Pokemon Go

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It's a bit odd to say this about a Pokemon game, but raiding in Pokemon Go is kind of a big deal. Multiplayer has always been...
No, not like this.

Massively on the Go: Guide to Pokemon Go’s battle system basics

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As much as I love some of the game's systems that encourage social play, Pokemon Go's obtuse battle system from the start was problematic. It's...

Massively on the Go: Our guide to which Pokemon you should keep (or send away)

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There's so much involved with Pokemon Go for new (or returning) players to adjust to that even knowing what's "good" can be hard to figure out....
PUNCH! YOUR FRIEND! PUNCH, PUNCH YOUR FRIEND!

Massively on the Go: Our basic guide to Pokemon Go gameplay and questing

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Pokemon Go has come a long way since its early days of just catching and gym battling. Those are still core gameplay elements, but there's...

Massively on the Go: A guide to (re)learning how to catch Pokemon in Pokemon Go

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So, you're in Pokemon Go, and you just saw a Pokemon. You clicked the little beast and now are in the catch screen. Just straight flick those...

Massively on the Go’s guide to returning to Pokemon Go: Focus on community

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I've noticed a bit of a renewal for Pokemon Go thanks to large improvements by Niantic starting with Generation 3. With raids, quests, real-world weather affecting...

Exploring Pokemon Go’s real-life communities: MOP staffers revisit the game from opposite corners of the world

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It's year two of Pokemon Go. While there's always room for improvement, enough has changed that I feel comfortable recommending the game to at...

Pokemon Go’s second anniversary report card sees high marks for content and innovation

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Today is Pokemon Go's second-year anniversary. Last year's report card had to grapple with things like the game's rapid rise and fall as a fad,...

E3 2018: Hands-on with Pokemon Let’s Go

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You know with my being the one at this year's E3 that this would happen. A console Pokemon game that also connects to Pokemon Go?...

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