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First look at the Dream Eater AR card included in Dream World Navigation

As you might know, Dream World Navigation, the guidebook for Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] by the publisher of V Jump magazine, includes an exclusive Dream Eater AR card which can unlock a spirit in the game. Thanks to sqexgal, who bought the book, we now have our first look at the included AR card. It is for the Dream Eater "Taihou Kabuto", and you can see a picture of it below.


Kabuto

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IT ALL MAKES SENSE
It looks nice :3
Nice, looks really cool. How does the card get the spirit for the game, is there a code on it or we would physically need the card to unlock it.

Nice, looks really cool. How does the card get the spirit for the game, is there a code on it or we would physically need the card to unlock it.


You take a photo of it with the 3DS camera and then you have the spirit in your game.
I hope it's actually fairly decent unlike most promotional character freebies.

It troubles me that I have a big enough pool of reference to make that generalization.