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Wonderbook: Book of Spells dated

Remember Wonderbook: Book of Spells? You know, that AR game thing that Sony spent 45 E3 press conference minutes fumbling around with instead of announcing Vita games? Well, it has a release date.

Wonderbook uses the PlayStation Eye and Move, along with a special book, to basically insert AR minigames into a children's story. If you have kids, this might be something to pay attention to. The first book, Book of Spells, was written by J.K. Rowling.

The game and book will cost $39.99, but that won't do you much good without the proper accessories. The mandatory PlayStation Eye and Move controller will be available as part of a $79.99 bundle if you're not already properly equipped.

Both SKUs will be available on the same day: November 13th.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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