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Submitted by Eternalb 1021d ago | review

Review: Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir - GameFan Magazine

GameFan Magazine :"At its best, Spirit Camera allows for serious immersion in a haunting world. When the illusion works, the sense of really feeling like a person in a dangerous place, clutching a camera that just might help you survive is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced in a game before. It also teases the potential of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U and its unique controller. The results work well here, especially in a horror setting – making it hard not to get excited about an AR future beyond turn-based card games. Spirit Camera is creepy fun, but I’m ready for some Wii U action. Now, if I could just turn the lights off and get really scared…" (3DS, Nintendo DS, Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir) 7.5/10

newsguy  +   1021d ago
I miss the old horror games...
andresegers  +   1021d ago
So do I
Venox2008  +   1021d ago
I'm gonna get this

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