In "Pokémon GO", you'll incorporate real life maps into your singular goal: capture Pokémon in the wild!
When you come upon one, like Squirtle here, you may be able to capture them. It depends on your "level" — how much you've played and how much you've done.
In "Pokémon GO," you'll use a combination of your phone's location technology and your phone's camera. That way you're not just walking around staring down at your phone, but instead using it as a reference point while tracking wild pocket monsters.
There are opportunities for playing with friends as well. Players will associate with a particular "gym," which is essentially a large team. Gyms will then battle using trained up Pokémon.
"Pokémon GO" isn't out in the United States just yet — it's expected to arrive on both iOS and Android later this year. Japanese players have a chance to test the game before it goes live worldwide — those lucky trainers!
Sadly, there's no video of the game in action quite yet. But don't fret! We've got the original Super Bowl debut trailer right here, and it's THRILLING: