Namco Bandai’s Kuroko’s Basketball 3DS Game Makes Use Of AR Features

By Eugene . October 22, 2013 . 11:01am


Here’s something we don’t see often enough—companies making use of the AR functionality of the Nintendo 3DS. Namco Bandai’s 2014 basketball game Kuroko’s Basketball: Miraculous Victory will also have AR cards that can be scanned to generate a 3D image of team members such as namesake Kuroko or red-haired pretty boy Akashi.


The characters will then be poseable and it looks like you can even have more than one at once.


Kuroko’s Basketball: Miraculous Victory is a basketball simulation and features an all-new original storyline following the Generation of Miracles – the strongest b-balling high school players. It will feature special moves also not found in the anime or manga series so far.


While we don’t know what the story is, there’s speculation it might be telling the tale when all five of the team were still together…



Kuroko’s Basketball: Miraculous Victory will be out for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan February 20th 2014.

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