Earlier this week, we got some meaty details on upcoming PlayStation Vita RPG Over My Dead Body 2. One of the game’s unique features lets you use the Vita camera to take a picture of yourself, using your appearance for the first head of the family. Game Watch gives us a look at how it’ll be done.
Here’s a look at the camera feature, where you can take a picture of yourself using the PlayStation Vita camera. Afterwards, it takes certain characteristics of your face, which are then represented in the new character’s looks. Once you’re done, you’ll have the option to keep the look, retake your picture, or edit the character’s appearance.
Afterwards, you’ll be prompted to select a color theme for your family, which will also be passed down to future generations, along with characteristic appearances of the very first character you make.
Here’s a look at the family tree. Each member in the family tree will also have their will in quotes.
There will be a total of eight starting jobs, but here’s a look at the swordsman and archer, for now.
As mentioned in our earlier report, you won’t be able to form an offspring with other humans due to the family curse, but you will be able to do so with various gods and goddesses.
Over My Dead Body 2 is slated for release this summer for PlayStation Vita.