Namco Bandai's DSiWare fitness app, Diet Memo
, has been officially revealed, after the title showed up in the original Namco Bandai DSiWare announcement
back in February. Non-game diet stuff might not be the most exciting thing in the world, but this one at least seems to be implemented smartly.
uses the DSi camera extensively, for before-and-after photos of your stomach and other areas in which you hope to lose weight. You can also snap pictures of food you've eaten and annotate them with calorie data. According to Andriasang, the game can store up to ten meals a day for 90 days, though if you're eating ten meals a day, you may not need such a sophisticated weight loss product (here's your new plan: don't do that
It also lets players record their weight twice a day, providing a graph of the long-term changes in weight and body fat. This can be exported to CSV and transferred to a computer via SD card, so players can obsessively chart their own stats -- which is both really creepy and very helpful for dieting. Diet Memo
will be out tomorrow in Japan.