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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 497d ago | review

IGN-Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

IGN:Okay, I admit it, it was me. Yes, I was one of one of the few people who actually thought Wonderbook looked pretty decent after its debut at E3. As a parent, the prospect of engaging with a compelling, interactive story-telling experience was one I couldn’t wait to try out; as a book lover I was intrigued to see if Wonderbook was capable of pushing the medium in a new and exciting direction. (PS3, Wonderbook: Book of Spells) 6/10

Akuma-  +   497d ago
im not interested in this game but it seems like the review is being a bit too harsh about a game not meant for his/her demographic. i thought this was meant for children, or probably it was a child who gave this review. that would explain the inconsistency of IGNs reviews where theyll complain and deduct points for a game having something or not having something the developers didnt intend to have.

to each his own. bubble me please, i use old spice deodorant and my post code is DA6
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