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IGN reviews Jam Sessions

As far as we're concerned, Jam Sessions is about as far from a traditional "game" as you can get, and as such the title will hit a very specific - but appreciative - crowd. In an industry swamped by Guitar Hero, Rock Band, and Elite Beat Agents, some will think to shrug Ubisoft's innovative pocket guitar as a gimmick; something that piggybacks on industry trends, rather than a true innovation on its own. That statement couldn't be farther from the truth, however, as Jam Sessions - despite some obvious flaws - is one of the most innovative projects we've seen on DS thus far. (Jam Sessions, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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