Dreams become reality
With the Pokémon series still a ways off from making its proper debut on Nintendo 3DS, fans who had purchased the stereoscopic handheld were in need of something to tide them over. Less a proper game and more a companion “app” to Pokémon Black and White 2, Pokémon Dream Radar uses the 3DS’s AR capabilities to bring the delightful monsters into your living room.
If you’ve played Face Raiders you’ll immediately know your way around Dream Radar. You move around, using your 3DS as a viewfinder for your surroundings and shooting at targets. Rather than humorous depictions of your friends and family, though, you’re blasting Dream Clouds, Dream Orbs and Pokémon themselves in an attempt to capture them.