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Super Princess Peach Latest News - DS

Game Description:Mario and Luigi have been kidnapped by Bowser! He's taken them, along with the magical Vibe Wand, to Vibe Island. Princess Peach is determined to rescue them. When she arrives at the island, she finds the vibes from the island have given her new powers! She'll use them to finish this classic side-scrolling Mario Brothers-style adventure. Each of eight worlds features five levels with a boss waiting at the end. Run and jump through levels, collect coins, whack Bowser's goons with Princess Peach's umbrella, and use her vibe powers of Joy, Rage, Calm, and Gloom to unleash powerful attacks, become invincible, regenerate health, and more.
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    Posted December 23, 2008| 24 Comments

    Analyst Says New 'Zelda' Game In 2009

 


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