Suddenly, Pokemon is everywhere, in museums, in parks, behind bushes, even the Buckingham Palace. Pokemon Go is the new craze in gaming, Nintendo’s first smartphone offering to Pokemon fans who have been crying themselves hoarse for a better experience at a game. Boom, they give everyone augmented reality to deal with. Pokemons, of course, are creatures which can sometime look like dinosaurs, sometimes like frogs, in a make-believe world where ‘trainers’ capture them and use the cute, gleaming monsters to do battle. What Nintendo has done is set it in a real-time scenario through the GPS, the reason Pokemons can be everywhere, as the player saunters around town. The fight sequences are slick and real—only if you can figure out...