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21/12/2012 FGTV: Sifteo Gaming Cube Family Review Review
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The Sifteo Gaming Cubes are a new approach to portable gaming, with a series of wireless touch-screen blocks which join together to modify the gaming experience. In this FamilyGamerTV, our daughter has a look at them and gives us her opinion.

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The Sifteo Gaming Cubes are a new approach to portable gaming, with a series of wireless touch-screen blocks which join together to modify the gaming experience. In this FamilyGamerTV, our daughter has a look at them and gives us her opinion.

Adjacent blocks make the game world larger and sometimes even create new play styles. We look at the Sifteo Gaming Cubes and see how they compare to other forms of gaming, including board games and we also consider the technical aspects of the Game Cubes and the experience they offer.

Written by Andy Robertson

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