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Nokia's latest N-Gage game, One, is more than a simple beat 'em up. It's got connectivity galore, and is a massive connected prize fight. But can it take the punishment of an All About N-Gage review?

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Its also worth pointing out that is one of Nokia's N-Gage only games. The amount of work that went into this is very unusual for a mobile game. I can remember an earlier event where I was shown the videos of experts in their field doing martial arts that were being recorded via various sensors in order to capture their movement so it could be incorporated into the game. As a result for the quick demo I saw (I haven't played this game) the movements were very realistic something I always find a bit annoying in other fighting games.
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Its also worth pointing out that is one of Nokia's N-Gage only games. The amount of work that went into this is very unusual for a mobile game. I can remember an earlier event where I was shown the videos of experts in their field doing martial arts that were being recorded via various sensors in order to capture their movement so it could be incorporated into the game. As a result for the quick demo I saw (I haven't played this game) the movements were very realistic something I always find a bit annoying in other fighting games.
Where I can down load the full game ??
Please give me a link!

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Just read the review. It's got a link to the downloadable version and a link to where you can buy it.

P.S. I'm hoping you're not asking for a full version for free. Advertising and asking for warez is strictly prohibited in this forum.
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Hello guys..
I am using Nokia 3500 series. I have got some problem with my piece that its not accepting data from system with data cable. How can i resolve this problem?
Any kind of reply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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