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09/12/2012 FGTV : Skylanders Giants Unboxing Shows Marathon! Review
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Skylanders Giants comes with a great range of figures. Over the weeks, FamilyGamerTV has brought reviews and unboxing videos of all of the Skylanders Giants figures. Here, they are all collected in one place for you to watch, enjoy and decide on your favourite characters.

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Skylanders Giants Unboxing Shows Marathon! PS3 Review

FGTV : Skylanders Giants Unboxing Shows Marathon!

Format:
PS3

Genre:
Adventuring

Style:
Augmented
Cooperative
Physical
Sharedscreen
Thirdperson

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Skylanders Giants comes with a great range of figures. Over the weeks, FamilyGamerTV has brought reviews and unboxing videos of all of the Skylanders Giants figures. Here, they are all collected in one place for you to watch, enjoy and decide on your favourite characters.

In our massive unboxing of all the Skylanders Giants figures, we also look at which characters our children are most drawn to and look at some of the Lightcore features.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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