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Submitted by moosehound 1162d ago | review

Hustle Kings Review * Brutal Gamer *

Brutal Gamer's Zeth writes:

Just like Top Darts, another PS3 After Hours Athlete Alumni, Hustle Kings has been around on PS3 for a number of years. A striking and accurate representation of pool (and snooker if you forked up the cash for the DLC) the game has wowed and sated the appetites of players the world over with it’s gorgeous near photorealistic graphics.

Now VooFoo bring their title to the PS Vita and I can tell you from the off that it’s a better implementation than the one to be found for the PS Move. Control has been well thought out here and using the touchscreen to line up shots is a little fiddly at first but you soon come to do it without a thought. It still doesn’t take over from using the analogue sticks, but it comes a close second and may just boil down to personal preferences. (Hustle Kings, PS Vita) 7/10

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