Caught Snorlax yet!? Pokemon Go has taken over the world! Literally. Since the launch of Pokemon Go in Singapore, you will see gamers of all ages swiping their phones “up” to catch their elusive Pokemons. Even aunties, uncles and grandmas are taking part.
There is a big revival of an age old gaming IP “Pokemon” and with Niantic leading the charge with Pokemon Go. However, despite the game’s popularity, it’s starting to draw flak with some members of the public and viewed as a nuisance game. Pokemon Go gamers or “addicts” are taking over parks and popular Pokestop areas. Hundreds gather a certain rest stop knownas a Pokestop to better their chances of getting rare Pokemons.
Pokemon Go Popularity
Even though the authorities have been called in to monitor the situation, there is nothing damaging with gathering and playing silently on their phones. Some gamers play way into the wee hours to catch their Pokemon and being glued on their screens. One might think that kids are the ones addicted to the new craze, but adults are jumping on the bandwagon in their quest to catch and train their Pokemons.
The game is ultra-fun and is really family friendly as one’s quest is to the collect Pokemon and at the same time, one is “forced” to walked around or explore new areas in town to catch Pokemon. The fast growing game has topped the Apple Store and Google Play Store and does not seem to drop the slightest bit. It has grown to be the number 1. game in almost all the countries it launched in.
The Bad side of Pokemon Go
The Pokemon Go addiction is very much akin and applicable to loan over borrowers. Addicted Pokemon Go players explore popular areas late into the night, affecting their studies or the adults have their work affected.
The constant vibration to hint on a nearby Pokemon location and urge to capture more Pokemons to level up or to increase their Pokedex numbers. Parents are seeing it as a worrying trend due to the nature of the game, which requires you to travel to hotspots to get rare Pokemons. These hotspots could have dangerous people who prey on kids and may seem normal in appearance.
How Pokemon Go Games is Equivalent to Over Borrowers
Know the problem. Understand your limits.
With every addiction, you need to first understand yourself and identity the problem. Know the problem. Quite often, borrowers who come in with money issues do not know of their dire situation plus they didn’t seek proper help to address the problem. One needs to understand the limits especially when dealing with financial products such as personal loans or unsecured loans.
By borrowing beyond your limits, one would quite often fall into dire straits and seek borrowing from unlicensed lenders or even from their network of friends. This could further lead down to social and economic issues that affects not only the borrower but the people around him.