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Totemball

Totemball (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Action
Developer: Freeverse Software

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10/04/2006

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Totemball review

Reviewed October 27, 2007

PAJ89 says: "The release of the Xbox Live Vision camera has opened up an avenue of opportunity for the Xbox 360. Games have taken advantage of the Vision by using face-in-game technology and allowing you to see real-time video streams of your opponents during gameplay. However, TotemBall, the first game that uses the camera exclusively to dictate gameplay, is a terrible showcase of what the Vision can do. "
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