The lights are on
Right out of the gate, Wonderbook had a weak introduction at E3 2012 when Sony spent an uncomfortable amount of time highlighting the unreliable technology during their press conference. The official product was released on Tuesday and we wanted to test the experience ourselves.
Game Informer's Dan Ryckert and Jim Reilly are not the biggest fans of Harry Potter lore, but they both discovered something about themselves and the bond between them in this episode of Test Chamber. Enjoy!
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Dan looks like he lost some weight!
Oh no... Very funny video. Thanks GI. Two videos on my birthday that did not disappoint.
This is by far the worst game ever made. I give it a 5 out of 5 stars.
That was funny.
I f*cking lol'd.
Dem faces.Bot of you!
Though the other guy seemed like he didn't want to be there : negative behaviour is bad , chill !
The idea is great but execution seems a bit messy.
LOL! I have a feeling no one there even reads books any more!
Looks terrible. I feel Jim Reilly's pain already.
Wait, which one is Dan? :P
Dan Ryckert and Jim Reilly make a good duo. I love how Jim just doesn't want to be there and Dan carries one like he does. Jim makes a pretty good straight foil to dan's...danness
Jim seemed like he wanted to be somewhere else so badly. Pretty funny Test Chamber.
Jim looks like he really does NOT want to be there.
Great chemestry, I think. More of Dan & Jim! very funny.
I forget how much of a negative nancy Jim can be. Couldn't pick better descriptions for wands? Must have been done on purpose. Freud would have a field day with Rowling's descriptions.
We need more Crazylegs in videos.
This was hilarious. I guess the Book of Spells is good for a laugh, if nothing else.
"Twelve inches. Rigid." A happy medium, I think. XD