Sony PS3 Start The Party! (PS Move) Four People friends can compete head to head Fun Filled games

Sony PS3 Start The Party! (PS Move) Four People friends can compete head to head Fun Filled games

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Scan code: LN35537 Manufacturer code: P3REARSNY15667 Request call
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Product Overview In this outrageous funfest, you and up to three friends can compete head to head in over 20 of the most addicting and side-splitting mini-games out there. Use the pinpoint accuracy of the PlayStation®Move to dive deep and spear frantic pufferfish, destroy an ever-approaching galactic robot armada, dare to hunt ghosts in your very own home, and more!

Personalize gameplay by using the PlayStation®Eye to capture your own voice and face. Keep the fun rolling, re-live the wackiness of your experience via the hilarious photo slide show that the PlayStation Eye camera will capture during the game. Get ready to bash, blow, zap, smack, pop, swing, and break into the Party!
Features • Interactive fun for the entire family.
• Over 20 fun mini-games and challenges.
• Innovative video and audio technology that put players virtually into the game.
• Competitive, co-operative, and customizable team modes.
• Solo play challenges.
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Duration:
1 months
Type:
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DOA Period:
1 days
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