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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 790d ago | review

Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review | GameFreaks

GameFreaks write:

"Wonderbook: Book of Spells adds yet another innovative feather to Sony’s cap. The game utilises Augmented Reality (AR) technology as seen with other titles such as EyePet to portray on screen, images that you can interact with using your Move controller. Sony has managed to recruit one of the world’s most renowned authors, J. K. Rowling, to help with the first title The Book of Spells which is based on the Harry Potter World and will introduce the player to Harry Potter themed spellcasting, stories and mini games essentially allowing Wizard training for Muggles. Currently there are two more games in production including a detective game (Diggs Nightcrawler) and BBC’s Walking with Dinosaurs." (PS3, Wonderbook: Book of Spells) 7.5/10

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