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WTF work time fun
 
Publisher: D3Publisher of America, Inc
Developer: SCEI (Sony Computer Entertainment Japan)
Release Date: September 26, 2006
Platform: PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) System
Suggested Retail Price: $29.95
 
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Created specifically for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system, WTF is a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games that drive the player to perform sometimes trivial, sometimes mind-bending, but always fun jobs in pursuit of the almighty dollar. Players will spend their well-earned money in the prize-vending machines on new jobs/games, trinkets and for the first time ever on the PSP™ system, tools to use in the “real world” such as the World Clock, Ramen Timer, and Flashlight. After players have spent their money, they’ll head back to “work” so they can earn more money to buy more stuff—much like “real life” but much more fun. The latest in a long line of unique Japanese games that have gained popularity in the United States, WTF delivers gamers compelling, bite-sized morsels of frenzied arcade-style action unlike anything ever seen on the PSP system.
 
KEY FEATURES:
  • Mini-Games Galore! – Players will test their skills and earn cash with more than 30 whacked-out mini-games.
  • Spend Money on Games and Prizes – Players will use the money they earn to unlock more games and collect hundreds of unique prizes.
  • Unlock Useful “Real World” Items – Unlock useful “real world” tools for your PSP system like the Bar Calculator, World Clock, Ramen Timer, Flashlight, and more.
  • Intuitive Gameplay – Simple and intuitive gameplay make it easy for anyone to pick-up and play.
  • Arcade-Style Action – Quick, twitch, arcade style action offers gamers a satisfying gameplay experience in 10 minutes or less.
  • Single Player or Multiplayer Gameplay Modes – Play through the game solo, or with your friends in 5 multiplayer mini-games using wireless ad hoc mode.
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