I normally wouldn’t feel bad for people who go to major events and experiencing technical issues, but I really appreciate the report given by Eurogamer of the Pokemon Go Fest held by Niantic. It’s dumbfounding how a game event entirely revolving around massive simultaneous connections to game servers could be unprepared, but we see it all the time. People come to the event excited to try out the new features and celebrate a strangely wholesome video game in public, and this is what happens.
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