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Wonderbook: Book of Spells- PS3

Wonderbook: Book of Spells- PS3
alaScore 87

17 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews of Wonderbook: Book of Spells- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Many are less positive about the price.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Wonderbook: Book of Spells- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

 

I'm not easily swayed by new technology, especially if it only exists for the sake of flash or seeks to replace substance with dumbed-down special effects. Therefore, it's saying something when I endorse Wonderbook: Miranda Goshawk's Book of Spells,...

The Ugly: “Oh come on, even the creatures that are supposed to be ugly are adorable.”

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

 

Sony's first step into the world of interactive books won't leave you wanting Potter-more.

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells

 

Just what Sony needs: something that doesn't make the PlayStation Move a complete waste of time and money. During this year's E3 press

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

 

Wonderbook: Miranda Goshawk's Book of Spells is a great augmented reality adventure that deftly imagines the experience of spell-casting at Hogwarts.

Augmented reality makes great use of the Move ; Captures the magic and wonder of Harry Potter

Little in the way of replay value ; Disappointing ending

The first chapter sets the structural tone for the rest of the book: it's one of five chapters, each split into two parts. Each half-chapter contains one, two, or three spells, which are introduced before you learn their incantations and gestures. The...

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells shows us that magic can be real.

Plus, I love that developers will be making the line between literature and technology even blurrier. That ought to shut those librarians up

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells

 

The PS3's new Wonderbook peripheral launches with possibly the best hook ever... the magical world of..

That aside, Book of Spells is absolutely delightful, and as an out and proud Harry Potter nerd, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed playing it. I levitated things around my lounge, shrunk and grew scorpions and gnomes, burnt paper dragons, chased...

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It's LeviOsa, not LeviosAR" has never been so important.

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells Review

 

Wonderbook: Miranda Goshawk's Book of Spells is a great augmented reality adventure that deftly imagines the experience of spell-casting at Hogwarts.

Augmented reality makes great use of the Move ; Captures the magic and wonder of Harry Potter

Little in the way of replay value ; Disappointing ending

The first chapter sets the structural tone for the rest of the book: it's one of five chapters, each split into two parts. Each half-chapter contains one, two, or three spells, which are introduced before you learn their incantations and gestures. The...

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Moving through the book, you also move around Hogwarts, some spells taking place in the greenhouse, while others might be in a classroom. At the end of each chapter, there is a test to ensure you are up to scratch with the recently taught spells. Upon...

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Wonderbook: Book of Spells- PS3

 

Nice gimicky game to play with your small children. That's all. The first we played it, we were like, "wow! this is really cool!" soon after we were like, "okay, let's play something else" If you like Harry Potter like I do and have a Playstation 3,...

Playing as a witch or wizard! Harry Potter inspired. Using a wand just like the movies

Replay value. There is none. Gets pretty boring after a few hours of play

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