Quickspot: Spot the Differences on your DS

By Spencer . February 21, 2007 . 7:27am

Namco Bandai caught on to the Brain Age trend and they are planning to release Machagai Museum in the USA under a new name, QuickSpot. The game has players look at two pictures and find inconsistencies (i.e. mistakes) between them. It’s like Diffinder on ijji, but it has Namco characters in it. Screenshots from the North American build show scenes inspired by Katamari Damacy, Mr. Driller, Taiko no Tatsujin, Klonoa and Ridge Racer. There are 140 different pictures each with ten differences to find. Currently Europe is getting it sometime in March and a vague Q2 2007 release date was given for North America.

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  • I love these types of games! What a great use of the touchscreen. I’m surprised no one thought of this sooner.

  • Veilknight

    What I’m most surprised about though, is that this game is actually making its way out of Japan. Sure, a few of those Namco franchises are actually pretty well known in America (such as Ridge Racer and the cult hit Katamari Damacy), but the majority isn’t.

    With that said, I’m glad Namco is giving this game a chance overseas. I like the concept and the numerous references to their previous back catalog of titles only seals the deal.

  • LittoKim

    hey they have a similar game like this on ijji. me and my sis like to play against each other online this way. she always whoops my butt though.

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