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Submitted by wanderson75 1282d ago | review

Fireworks Review - Boom, Crack, Sizzle, Pop |

Augmented reality (or AR for the acronym enthusiasts) is something we’re starting to see in our video games, using cameras to capture our play space and placing the game world within it. The PlayStation Vita is one of the latest systems to jump on-board, using both its front and rear cameras to bring our living rooms, public transit interiors, or faces directly into the action. One such title is Fireworks, a free game available in the PlayStation store that has one goal: to bring all the excitement and splendor of your favorite pyrotechnic displays to the palms of your hands. (Fireworks, PS Vita) 4.75/5

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