Nintendo's 3D Motion Game Tracks its Way Onto U.S. DSiWare
Posted by Trevor Chan
A closer look at Looksley's Line Up (or Rittai Kakushie Attakoreda, in Japan)
Following on last week's announcement of Looksley's Line Up's impending arrival on the American DSi Shop, we at Nintendo Life want to give you a bit more insight into the Japanese game known as Rittai Kakushie Attakoreda that's added a whole new dimension to portable gaming.
Looksley's Line Up is a hidden objects game that utilises the built-in camera to perform 'head-tracking'; allowing the player to perceive the game in a 3D environment by tilting and turning the DSi. Players will move the DSi and use the d-pad to select items once they are visible in your line of sight. It is certainly a good example of a game making good use of the DSi's capabilities, and as a result, one of the most intriguing games on the platform.
Last month, our very own Sean Aaron gave an overview of what the game is all about and you can even watch an informative video of the game in action. It really is one of those games that needs to be seen in order to be appreciated and understood more.
Rittai Kakushie Attakoreda will be renamed Looksley's Line Up to be launched in the U.S. on 17th May.