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It seems as though every innovative development in video games has a sports product to show you how well it works. The Wii had Wii Sports, the Dreamcast had NFL 2K1, and Virtual Boy had Mario Tennis. Now we have the PlayStation Move and its debut pack-in effort (depending which bundle you buy), Sports Champions. Does it topple the Wii Sports experience? Ehhh, not quite, but it’s a great... Read Review

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