@Lighter It has been a worldwide phenomenon for over two decades, including having the best selling iOS app of all time, and, although skewed toward a younger audience, has been absorbed secondhand by parents since the mid-90’s, whether from their kids having the games, cards, or TV series.
@Lighter I came here to say “huh?” I was a single guy in the 90’s (in my 20s), never had any kids, and know about pokeymon only in a general sense that it had cultural impact, but never felt the need to familiarize myself with it further than that. So thank you for saying “huh?” for me.
strangely enough, but daughter didn’t get into pokemon until her late 30’s. she was out of work with an injury for abit, and well, you get bored, and thus pokemon go
her husband accepts her weakness