Nintendo has confirmed the next pair of games in its long-running Pokémon franchise will be Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, which are being developed specifically for 3DS.
The titles were revealed by company president Satoru Iwata during a special Pokémon Nintendo Direct event this morning.
The two games will be the first core Pokémon titles to feature full 3D gameplay.
A brief reveal trailer, which you can watch below, showed three new starter Pokémon: Chespin, a leaf type; Fennekin, a fire type; and Froakie, a water type, and a "breathtaking 3D world".
Pokémon X and Y will also be the first Pokémon games to receive a simultaneous worldwide launch; they'll be available in Japan, Europe and North America in October 2013.