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Submitted by Spamueljames 934d ago | review

Foosball 2012 PS3 Review (Gaming Illustrated)

Foosball 2012 will be better known as table-football in many countries, and as a fan of both football and this incarnation Mark was very excited to review this PSN title. To keep the game as real as possible he used a Move controller, and had a friend over who also used a Move controller. And, to make the game even more realistic they had a few beers, just to add to the atmosphere of this classic game. For those who have never seen or heard of the game before, a quick description would be a virtual football pitch, with bars across it with virtual players attached. To move the players you have to grab the bar with the players attach and swing it back and forth to make the players spin and kick the ball. All very simple, but how does it work on the PS3? (Foosball 2012, PS3) 77/100

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