By David Fernandes / May 28th, 2014
The following comes from a press release detailing the release schedule for Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! and Pullblox World. You can read the Pullblox World story at this link.
If you still have a helping hand to spare, you’re welcome to assist Chibi-Robo, the 10 cm-high tiny robot, tasked with opening a museum in Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! on Nintendo 3DS and 2DS. The Curator dreams of immortalising real-world objects as NostalJunk to put on display, and it’s your job as Chibi-Robo to help him fill his exhibition rooms using your very own photographs! Through the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS cameras, accurately line up in-game silhouettes with real-life objects, take a snap and watch them be transformed into the coveted NostalJunk.
The game also introduces you to a cast of colourful and hilarious characters who need Chibi-Robo’s help – from a sushi-slinging squid to an eccentric pair of chefs! Do your part with cleaning and vacuuming the world, and helping to solve their problems with missions such as retrieving ingredients from a fridge that’s gigantic from the perspective of Chibi-Robo! Through these jobs earn Happy Points to obtain new silhouette film for your camera. The more happiness you spread, the faster you can realise The Curator’s dream of having as many NostalJunk aficionados admire his exhibits as possible.
What’s more, European players of Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! can enter NostalJunk Contests to win exclusive costumes for their Chibi-Robo to flaunt in-game. Starting soon after launch, SpotPass contests will take place for a limited time, and players can submit their prized photos as NostalJunk to Nintendo. A curated selection of nominees will become available in the Contest judging room, where players can vote on their favourite, and one lucky winner receives two exclusive Chibi-Robo costumes, while up to nine runner-ups receive a single costume prize. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter for more details on these NostalJunk Contests, and once each contest is concluded, ten players will have their winning entries displayed on the Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! gamepage.
The picture-taking adventures in Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! (3rd July), owners of Nintendo systems will have even more unique gameplay experiences to look forward to this summer, only on Nintendo eShop.
If you would like to learn more about the latest Chibi-Robo game, check out our review of it.
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