Fuji TV Launches ‘Pokemon GO’ Documentary In December 19: How Game Changed The World?
As much as it has lost many players over those post-release months nobody can deny that "Pokémon GO" is a phenomenon. For that reason, the game mobile will break barriers and leave the smartphone screen directly to the television. Japan's Fuji TV has just announced the premiere of the documentary "How Pokémon GO Changed the World" on December 19th.
In order to make this news even more exciting, the production shot at Niantic's studios in San Francisco (USA) and Japan will be broadcast the "Pokémon GO" documentary in more than 60 countries around the world. Unfortunately, there is no information about the list of countries included in the broadcast schedule.
With English and Japanese versions, in addition to showing all the development of the game since its inception, the film will tell several cases of how the title of Niantic has transformed people's lives by "Pokémon GO". It including a child who does not leave home for Health issues and even an area devastated by the 2011 tsunami that was revitalized due to tourism attracted by the game.
It is worth mentioning that Fuji TV is one of the investors of Niantic. There is a whole interest behind the production of this documentary. Apparently, this is a great opportunity to call attention to the title of Niantic again. Who knows, there will be an announcement of the new monsters inside "Pokémon GO".
It is good to know that since September, the weekly episodes of the web series "Pokémon Generations" have been posted in a total of 18 episodes. It will be shown until December 23. The episodes are focusing on stories from all regions and generations of the game franchise , From Kanto (Red and Blue Pokémon) to Kalos (Pokémon X and Y). Stay tuned for more "Pokemon Go" news and updates!