Box art of Pocket Pool
|Publisher(s)||Conspiracy Entertainment, Eidos|
|Engine||Dynamic 3D engine|
|Mode(s)||Single player, multiplayer, online|
|Distribution||Universal Media Disc|
Pocket Pool is a game released for the PlayStation Portable gaming system, developed by Hyper-Devbox Japan and published by both Conspiracy Entertainment and Eidos. The game was originally expected to have the Girls Gone Wild license[clarification needed] but the publishers were unable to negotiate terms.
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The game is a simple 3D pool game, featuring 13 different play modes, the most ever on a PSP pool game . The player is able to unlock erotic images and videos of various models presented in the game.
The game was mostly panned, receiving the following ratings:
- 4.0 points out of 10 from IGN
- 3.4 points out of 10 on Gamespot
- 2.0 points out of 10 from TotalPlaystation
- 1.5 points out of 10 on 1up
The sales statistics have not been revealed yet, however games that feature sexuality to this extent do not generally do well in the market due to major retailers like Wal-Mart and Toys "R" Us declining to stock them.
All of the model videos featured in the game were released by Conspiracy Theory under the title Dream Models, a UMD movie.
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