Pokémon GO's global rollout continues today with the news that it is now available in Italy, Spain and Portugal.
The app launched in Australia, New Zealand and Japan over a week ago, but was withdrawn from the latter following server issues. North American gamers were then granted access, followed by Germany. It arrived in the UK yesterday.
Now ranked as the biggest mobile game in US history, the AR title has become something of a phenomenon, boosting Nintendo's share price in the process. However, this success has led to some claiming that the app poses a danger to some users.
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