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Submitted by Antholex 1062d ago | review

PlayStation Vita AR Games Review Roundup

GodisaGeek: "PlayStation Vita AR Games Review RoundupJust the words “Augmented Reality” causes most gamers to shiver with fear, examples of the medium have either fallen flat on their collective face or have failed to deliver on their promise of interacting with the world around us. Upon the PS Vita’s launch, three free games appeared on the PSN; Fireworks, Table Football and Cliff Diving. All three are to be played with a pack of AR cards that come with the Vita system. Some say that there is no such thing as a free meal, the person offering you the meal may expect one in return, the meal could taste terrible, or you may just be sacrificing your precious time. I’m here to tell you whether this particular augmented meal, is worth your gaming taste buds or some time in your regimented schedule." (Cliff Diver, Fireworks, PS Vita, Table Football) -

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