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Here's how to get Pokémon GO early in the UK

Yes, you're right - Pokémon isn't cool. It's a game you were obsessed with in the mid-nineties, and then grew out of the moment you discovered the delights of alcohol and the opposite sex. 

Yet you're still here to discover how to play the latest augmented reality Pokémon smartphone game, aren't you? Good for you.

Having arrived in Australia, New Zealand and the US, Pokémon GO is still yet to receive a release date in the UK. However - you can still download it.

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