Why the Pokemon-McDonald's deal in Japan could be big


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"Hey, at least Pokemon Go gets gamers out of their houses and getting exercise walking around"... to McDonald's.

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I don't play these games and I don't eat McDonald.

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Already had three kids on bicycles doing Pokemon Go almost run over my dog!!! Dumbest and most dangerous game ever invented!! Who will be liable for accidents?

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Seems this whole "getting out of the house" meme is a consequence of the PlayStation and Xbox generation. Never had the urge to stay in the house when was a kid. Street football, basketball, long bike trips, local fishing hole, etc. give it some time, it won't last long IMO. That's why they're hyping it, kind of like the IPO.

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Ha ha ha .... these Otakus will form large groups and hang out blocking the space in the restaurant without buying a thing!

Economic Suicide for the restaurant business......Pika!

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Fast food and Pokemon don't mix.

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On Friday night I tried to order dinner for delivery from McDonalds, as I do once a week or so. I usually have to wait only 20 to 30 minutes for my food to arrive, but on Friday the wait was two-and-a-half hours. I ended up getting pizza instead. In the short term, the economic benefit to McDonald's may be even bigger than the article states.

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