I described these shots as "bridge porn" when I first played through Black and White. The developers manage to fetishize the bridges as much since they push the limitations with the Nintendo DS. With Pokémon Go, I’ve found myself traipsing about, taking in the real world bridges, parks, shops and even more.
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Pokémon Go, greater than any other game, evokes similar feelings towards the cult classic Pokémon Snap. In that game, Pokémon is usually found of their natural habitats, living life in a very 3D world, just waiting to own photos of these, well, snapped. Those with Cheap Maplestory M Mesos sharp eyes or judicious utilization of apples as well as the PokéFlute will quickly realize they are witnessing all Pokémon Snap has got to offer. The game even embraces "leave no trace" principles by insisting you stay on tracks: This was assuredly accomplished for design reasons, making the overall game feel like an on-rails shooter, but one principle of sustainable ecotourism is staying on established trails.