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Submitted by kythlyn 1042d ago | review

Wake-up Club Review | Gamer Horizon

Wake-up Club is a social alarm clock for the Playstation Vita. That is a mouthful, because a social alarm clock is a foreign concept to the entire human race. I will give credit to Sony for legitimately innovating on the very concept of the alarm clock, and coming out with something that is compelling. However, technical limitations end up marring what could be a great experience. (PS Vita, Wake Up Club) 6/10

jon1234  +   1042d ago
its a good alarm clock, it actually works better than my iphone, cheering other players to wake up, keeps me up
Sharingan_no_Kakashi  +   1042d ago
I use it every morning. It's actually quite entertaining. I'm always first to wake up. Tapping a moving icon to prove that you're awake at 4:30 am is actually harder than it sounds at that hour lol.
profgerbik  +   1042d ago
Has anyone managed to wake up in less than 2 secs? I can never wake up before 2 secs even though it seems like I am pressing the screen before I even count to 2 secs.
Froakie  +   1041d ago
Totally worth 250$!

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