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Nintendo shares plunge 16% on Pokemon Go warning

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The government need to chill, people will be sick of this game in a month.

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I think the game will peak when the 2nd gen of Pokemon and Real time PvP are implemented. If Niantic wants to continue riding this wave they need to start incorporating other ways of keeping users engaged in the game.

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nintendo has massive untapped value that is just beginning to show with their FIRST foray into the app world and an agreement with Universal Studios in Osaka for a theme park. I think if you get in now it is still early.

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They need some business advices. In the world or markets and exchange you can't make a caduc announcement on a growing trend.

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Nintendo uses warning. It's super effective! Stock prices drop!

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nintendo simply doesn't want to overheat its stocks and have an unwanted buble economy

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Niantic was "spun-out" of Google last November but I've got to think that Google must own a majority stake in Niantic. Could not find any ownership information. More than anything Pokemon-Go is a U.S. Game but using the extremely well known Pokemon as its catchy character. This is another example of Nintendo just not getting with the times.... years ago they should have jumped on the cell phone bandwagon.... had they done so they might have come up with this themselves.

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This is a shock to them, they just want to keep failing, it's easier

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Obviously, there are more people who hate this game than those who like it. Yeah, I'm a hater! So what!

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I do not hate the game, but people should be polite about walking into people.

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