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A launch title for the Nintendo DS, Sprung puts you in the hot (dating) seat as you engage in a risqué, daring adventure with sexy singles at Snowbird Mountain, a hip ski resort in Colorado.
From the moment he goes to the AIDS walk everything clicks.
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After she successfully finds it, she then begins the agonizing process of determining whether or not her dates are "sponge-worthy".
Kramer participates in an AIDS walk but when he refuses to wear the ribbon, he suffers the consequences.
Players are required to perform just one task over and over and over and, unless choosing correct combinations of conversational responses is your idea of fun, you'll find Sprung as engaging as a lobotomy.
It wouldn't be so bad if there were some logic behind it but choosing the right thing to say seems purely arbitrary.
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Certainly the concept, which is to "flirt your way through more than 50 dating missions," isn't one that DS devotees will find particularly alluring.
But if a 'reality dating comedy' can encourage some fresh fingers and thumbs to join the playing party then surely it has to be a good thing.