|02-27-10, 11:16 AM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2003
Motion tracking 3D with DSi
Due for downloadable release next week (unfortunately, in Japan only), Rittai Kakushi e Attakoreda (which, via Tiny Cartridge, roughly translates to Hidden 3D Image: There It Is!) probably comes as close as anything we've seen so far to answering that long-burning question, "What're the cameras on the DSi really for?"
Augmented reality games haven't quite flourished, "print club" distractions don't hold much sway in the West -- but achieving good Johnny Lee-style 3D by motion tracking via the DSi's front-mounted camera is something we can all get on board for, even if it's just for the simple paper-cut hidden object minigame Attakoreda offers.
Rittai Kakushi e Attakoreda is out next Wednesday, March 3rd -- I'll update then with a report on just how well it works.
|03-08-10, 10:56 AM||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2004
Re: Motion tracking 3D with DSi
What's the verdict dude. Is it any good?
Is there any way of downloading it onto a UK machine as I've just bought a dsi xl and I'm looking to try out some new games. I originally had one of the first ds's so it was time for an upgrade .
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