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Submitted by NGB 1022d ago | review

NGB | Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

Arguably it’s not for everyone but if you look at it from the perspective of what its aim is to achieve in the current market, it’s an experience that you cannot get anywhere else. Yes, it has a few issues here and there with the hardware for example, but that must not take away the sheer delight and magical experience that it brings to all once you sit back and take it all in, and these issues are not big enough to hinder the enjoyment. Overall, if you have children and you want something that teaches them, yet at the same time is a fun experience, you won’t go wrong with Wonderbook: Book of Spells. (PS3, Wonderbook: Book of Spells) 9/10

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