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31/12/2012 FGTV 2.68: PS3 Move with Wonderbook and Tumble Review
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Tumble is a downloadable title for Playstation Move. PS Move has been around for a while, but it's surprising to look back and take stock of just how much great PS Move content is available for families. This week, FamilyGamerTV sits down with our gaming family to look at a few great Move games.

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Previously on FGTV...
Episode 2.1: Kinect Rush Review


PS3 Move with Wonderbook and Tumble PS3 Move Review

FGTV 2.68: PS3 Move with Wonderbook and Tumble

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PS3 Move

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Minigames

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Augmented

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In This Week's Show

Tumble is a downloadable title for Playstation Move. PS Move has been around for a while, but it's surprising to look back and take stock of just how much great PS Move content is available for families. This week, FamilyGamerTV sits down with our gaming family to look at a few great Move games.

First up is a little snippet about the new Harry Potter title, Wonderbook: Book of Spells and we discuss the upcoming kid-friendly Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler. We also take a good look at LittleBigPlanet Karting as well as the downloadable title, Tumble.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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