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WTF: Work Time Fun Videos and Trailers - PSP

  • Publisher: D3P
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: SCE Japan Studios
  • Release Date:Oct 16, 2006
  • # of Players:8 players
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood and Gore,Crude Humor,Mild Language,Suggestive Themes,Use of Alcohol,Violence)
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Game Description:Work, earn money, and buy cool stuff. This PSP-exclusive game is just like the real world, only way more fun! A hit in Japan, this quirky collection of over 30 mini-games will test your skills and reward you with cold, hard cash. The mini-games are actually jobs. Well, odd jobs. They're weird, wacky, sometimes trivial, sometimes puzzling, but always entertaining. Once you've scored your payday, head to the prize vending machines and spend your earnings. You'll unlock more jobs, more prizes, and useful PSP tools ranging from a flashlight to a Ramen Timer. In single or multiplayer, WTF's quick-hit, arcade-style action delivers instant fun whenever you need it!
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