Reviews and Problems with Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir
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28 January 2013
Summary: Well this had alot mixed reviews and all boils down to fact the game use AR function on 3DS for everything in the game. it also use a special AR purple book that comes with the game. The game uses a16 page purple book to pull you into a different dimension of story telling. And that a great thing!
Summary: i heard some bad reviews about the amount of light that you need to play this. here is the breakdown and why it's blown out of proportion, as are some reviews. mind you im a VERY picky adult gamer also and this game was not a problem for me.
Summary: Lets get this out in the open: Spirit Camera is a short game, there is no getting away from that fact. 5 hours tops. Now for the good: Impressive AR use, 3D done well on the system and some great mini-games.
Summary: Good: -Interesting story -Lots of creepy parts and things that make you go "Uhh!" -Good music and voice acting -Excellent use of 3DS's cameras and AR functions: Being able to hold the 3DS and use it as the Camera Obscura was just perfect!
Summary: I saw this game in the story and was drawn to it by the cover image. I thought it would be interesting to play. I put it on my list for when I purchased a 3DS system later. I wasn't going to do that until Animal Crossing 3DS was released, but when the 3DS XL came out, I decided to go ahead and buy...
Summary: It's been several years since the last Fatal Frame game was released in the U.S. (Fatal Frame 3 for the Playstation 2), and even knowing this was an AR game, I was very excited to give it a try once released stateside, if for no other reason than to support future FF games getting released here.
Summary: This is a game that has so much potential. It's marketed as a spin off title but when you boot up the game, the story is titled "Fatal Frame: The Diary of Faces". The game includes a small booklet known as "The Diary of Faces". You use this the entire game as it's the basis of the story.
Not worth full retail price but still pretty good.
11 July 2012
Summary: I was really excited about this game since seeing it shown off at a Japanese press conference and badly hoped it would make it's way to America. When it came out I kept hearing bad things about it, essentially how it was more or less a glorified demo of the AR technology.
Summary: This isn't a game you can play in public without looking stupid, as you need to be able to turn 360 degrees. The "puzzles" I've gotten to really just involve memorizing what worked and what didn't since the last time you died. Even with these flaws, I would highly recommend this tittle.