As NST continues to keep you up-to-date on the game's availability, we too hope that we'll soon be able to (legally) catch that Pikachu soon.

Pokémon Go servers have crashed, leaving users in the United Kingdom and Europe unable to play the popular smartphone game. As of now, all servers are down and we don't know the exact time the developers will need to resolve the problem.

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make an online service (such as Pokemon Go) unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources.

The augmented virtual reality game already has millions of users but just a few days into its voffiocial launch it has become so popular the servers that support it have crashed.

Pokémon GO is available in twenty-six new countries.

When gamers try to access Pokemon Go they are greeted with the message: "Our servers are humbled by your incredible response". For those not using Android N, PC Advisor recommends for players to go back to the older version 0.29 until the bug has been taken care of. "I'm just going to sit here. completely still". You probably had some difficulties, and there are a number of reasons why your Pokemon Go expedition might not have even made it out your front door.

While Pokemon fans in the US, New Zealand, Australia, UK, and Germany gets to the new Pokemon Go apps, fans in SEA are still waiting for Niantic to launch the app in that region.

Pokemon Go has caused a variety of problems around the world and in NY.