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Submitted by stevivor 963d ago | review

Review: Wonderbook: Book of Spells | Stevivor.com

Reviewer Steve Wright writes, "Sony’s Wonderbook has always sat a bit weird with me. After being introduced at E3 as a reading device, I’ve always raised an eyebrow at it. Does it help young children learn to read? After spending hours with it, I can confirm that it does not.

"That being said, it’s still great, great fun." (PS3, Wonderbook, Wonderbook: Book of Spells) 8.5/10

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