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Good news, Leslie Jones: The internet has found something to seethe about other than your role in "Ghostbusters." And it has nothing to do with the presidential campaign.Instead, people are in a snit about a change made to Pokemon Go, the hottest mobile game since -- ever.To recap: Pokemon Go, released July 6 in the US, encourages you to walk around in the real world with your phone and find mythical creatures called Pokemon.When you do, they leap onto your screen, where they appear to be sitting on a stoop or standing in the middle of the street in the real world.
It's an odd turn of events for one of the most successful mobile games in history.
As fast as Pokemon Go has climbed the charts, it's now pissing off players even faster.
People left more than 9,000 negative reviews in just the last day on Apple's App Store.
That's more than 85 percent of all the reviews for the game so far.
Some people, let's call them the polite ones, say the decision to shut out the location apps is "inexcusable." Other people claim they're giving up on the game altogether. In Japan, Pokemon Go has dropped to second place among free apps in the App Store, according to App Annie.
For now, it's still at the top on the App Store in the US.