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Submitted by AmigoSniped 1211d ago | review

Foosball 2012 Review (Proven Gamer)

Foosball 2012 is a PSN game developed by Grip Games and 3Division Entertainment for both the Playstation 3 and the portable PSVita consoles. The game’s premise is exactly what the title implies; You get to play the old arcade/barroom/fraternity house game of table foosball, only virtually. If you listened to Trophy Whores Episode 71 you would have heard the discussion that TrickyMic, Donny, Alex, PacManPolarBear, and I had about this game when we heard it was coming out. Suffice it to say that we were all very skeptical about whether or not this would even be a decent game. Read on to find out if we were proven wrong. (Foosball 2012, PS Vita, PS3) 3/5

MPGamersheep  +   1211d ago
What a weird game to have cross-system functionality.
kuux   1211d ago | Spam
Bantasaur  +   1211d ago
This is a game i was almost sure would not happen. interesting

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