Canadians now have the official go ahead to catch 'em all.
Pokemon Go, the augmented reality game that has become a worldwide craze, is now officially available in Canada.
Many tech-savvy Canadian have already managed to download the game, despite the original release being limited to America, New Zealand and Australia, and now Europe.
With the official release, Canadian fans of the 20-year-old franchise can use their phone cameras to hunt for, capture and battle Pokemon in their real life environments.
Sadly, the app crashed shortly after the release announcement, and some users are a bit peeved.
Sure, blame Canada.
But what matters is that Canadians can officially become Pokemon masters.
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