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Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir (Nintendo 3DS) Live-Action Promo Film

Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir, an upcoming augmented reality horror game for the Nintendo 3DS recently got this creepy live-action promotional short film. The short film is reminiscent of Asian horror classics such as Ju-On, One Missed Call, and Ringu as well as more recent Kaidan Shinmimi Bukuro (Tales of Terror From Tokyo).

In it, three Japanese schoolgirls play with the augmented reality game for the Nintendo 3DS and accidentally invoke the curse of a vengeful spirit; one by one they start to see and hear the evil as it invades their lives in horrific ways.

Learn more about Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir after the break.

Acting as a spin-off title from the Fatal Frame series, Spirit Camera for the Nintendo 3DS also comes with an additional AR notebook called the “Diary of Faces” that they can use in conjunction with the game. Basically the game transforms the player’s handheld into the Camera Obscura (The Spirit Camera)  using the built-in camera functions and augmented-reality features of the Nintendo 3DS system.

About Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir

The game’s mysterious storyline involves a girl named Maya who has been hiding in the darkness of an old house, cursed by a malevolent woman in black. To free Maya from the curse, players must use the “diary of faces” – a 16-page AR notebook included with the game – to view ghostly images and interact with the world Maya is trapped in. The Nintendo 3DS system becomes the Camera Obscura in players’ hands and is capable of revealing the supernatural and dispelling evil spirits. The lines between reality and fiction blur in this chilling horror adventure.

– From Nintendo of America

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About janhutchings

Canadian Game Industry Blogger / Contributor for @Sonyrumors & @ShogunGamer / Communications and PR Professional. Voice of Canadian and Indie Gaming. http://jtmgames.com/

Posted on April 8, 2012, in Nerd Explosion and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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