Available on: 3DS; Publisher: D3Publisher; Developer: Art Co. Ltd.; Players: 1 – 2; Released: May 10, 2011; ESRB: Everyone; Official Website
With the recent launch of the 3DS, we’re finally getting a taste of what the system is like, with a multitude of games that seem like a tech demo tagged on to a decent game. Dream Trigger 3D is the embodiment of that; it mixes average gameplay with great use of 3D visuals that gives its players an almost psychedelic trip.
Out of the games coming out this week, while everyone else is looking forward to Brink, I’ll probably be trying out LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game or Virtua Tennis 4 instead. Nothing entices me like a LEGO version of Keira Knightley or Penelope Cruz. On the other hand, I’ve never really given the Virtua Tennis games a good go and it’s as good a time as any to try it out. Dream Trigger 3D also looks like it will be a fun feast for our eyes and this new technology.