Wonderbook: Book of Spells is the first interactive book released by Sony and for once, Gamersyde decided to talk to the kids in you, or your kids if you have some, so here are a bunch of crazy videos of the game. Gamersyde's masked reviewer decided to take care of it for your sole pleasure. Obviously this "game" is not intended for anyone older than 8 years old, provided they don't mind sitting listening to a very chatty narrator most of the time. More book than game at times, PS Move is well implemented and the mini games will certainly be much appreciated by the kids. For older people like us, there is even a kind of Roger Rabbit feel to it when you see the PS Move turn into a magic wand. Enjoy the videos!
what's talked about in the eurogamer seems most like info already out there in one way or another, like hardware features that were introduced in the polaris, and the ms e3 slides. (0 minute ago)
@GriftGFX: Enjoyed BF1 for a short period of time but it's one of my least played games in the series. Uninstalled it late november. (1 minute ago)
@KORNdog: Well they were right about the switch, so.. (12 minutes ago)
This guy says he has seen documents dated E3 2016 too and things since then have changed, fwiw. [url] (18 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: probabaly becasue it's still pretty bare bones info with a lot of assumptions on DF's part. I think they just want to seem like they're ahead of the curve. (21 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: the video claimed it was "freely available on microsoft's developer portal". (22 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: not according to someone on Neogaf, it's from after E3 but wasn't known until now or something. So why didn't this leak then right away? (24 minutes ago)