Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1273d ago | article

The Augmented Reality Game Roundup


Augmented reality is the next big step taking us away from the harsh truths of reality. Instead of escaping into an entirely separate world, as we have been doing in video games for decades, augmented reality lets us merge virtual and real worlds together into something that has yet to prove itself as being particularly fun. (3DS, Double Fine Happy Action Theater, EyePet, Face Raiders, Invizimals, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Nintendogs + Cats, PS Vita, PS3, Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir, Tetris Axis, Xbox 360)

THILLREBORN  +   1273d ago
I like the idea but I want to see what a company like Sony Santa Monica could do with the tech.
Amazingmrbrock  +   1273d ago
It'll be more interesting when the google goggles come out down the road.
h311rais3r  +   1272d ago
I wish ar would work right in my vita

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