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Chances are if you played either Deca Sports or Deca Sports 2, you ended up walking away greatly disappointed. These games, which featured a collection of sports to play, felt uninspired, lacked depth, and became tedious rather quick. Hudson Soft is at it again with the third entry in the series, and this title is no different than its predecessors. Deca Sports 3 features 10 events, online... Read Review

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Chances are if you played either Deca Sports or Deca Sports 2, you ended up walking away greatly disappointed. These games, which featured a collecti Read More

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Hudson and GameStop Host Deca Sports Tournament with Special Guest

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