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Wonderbook: Book of Spells PS3

Wonderbook: Book of Spells



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This week in the family gaming show Adam Rosser invited me to talk about Wonderbook the new Pop-Up book peripheral for the PS3 Move controller. Also broadcast on Radio 5 Live.

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This was broadcast on Radio 5 Live's Up All Night show. Adam Rosser invited me to talk about the latest games, and how they work for the family.

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