A fan get together for Pokémon GO goes wrong, and a mental health charity teams with a game about mental health.

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The first official get together for players of mobile game Pokémon GO didn't turn out so hot. Developer Niantic promised to give players a chance to capture a legendary monster named Lugia. 

But server problems made the game unplayable and fans angry. Niantic CEO John Hanke came out to boos. 
YouTube user Bobvidmpiles cod the worst moments in a video.

Niantic offered an apology along with other incentives to make good with the crowd.
Mental health charity TakeThis.org has joined up with indie game maker "Wicked" "The Town of Light" in an effort to inform gamers about mental issues.

Co-founder of TakeThis Susan Arendt explains why the charity exists and focuses on gamers.

The 'Town of Light' is game based on an Italian asylum in the 1930's showing the horrors of poor mental health, without the use supernatural villains.
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