Cyberconnect2's Solatorobo: And Then To Coda
(previously known as Solarobo
) will feature support for the DSi camera, according to a listing from Japanese retailer Game Star
. The listing doesn't offer any detail on how the functionality will work, except to note that you can take pictures that will be used in the game. This adventure, a semi-official followup to Tail Concerto
, will not require
the use of a DSi.
Siliconera also points out a new video from the official site
(see it after the break) of a multiplayer mode available over Download Play, in which up to four players can race in an Air Robo Gran Prix.