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Sorcery

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Sorcery
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Min. Age 10-12 Yrs Old

The spell-spitting magic wand can execute some damage: from barbequing baddies with fire balls to freezing foes with ice shards — all with a few flicks of the wrist — Sorcery finally lets players show Harry Potter how it's done. Matt Cabral

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The spell-spitting magic wand can execute some damage: from barbequing baddies with fire balls to freezing foes with ice shards — all with a few flicks of the wrist — Sorcery finally lets players show Harry Potter how it's done.

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Summary: Using the PlayStation Move controller, Sorcery puts the wand in your hand, letting you conjure powerful magic as you brave the deep dark of the Faerie Kingdoms.
Originally posted Apr 30, 2012
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