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Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise Previews - DS

Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise
Game Description:This handheld version of Viva Piñata puts a full-size game experience in your pocket, featuring not only the entire range of paper beasts from the Xbox 360 title but also a few new ones thrown in to spice things up for those familiar with the established cast. Stylus input lets you easily interact with your menagerie. Design, nurture, instruct, protect and care for your garden and animals through direct touch. Over a local wireless connection, you can also lets you send prime Piñata specimens to your friends, making the act of parading your Doenut around in a humiliating pirate outfit easier than ever.
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    Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise Developer Interview

    Viva Pinata DS Developer Interview

    Posted: Aug 19, 2008


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    Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise Developer Interview

    Project Manager Virginia Suchodolski offers G4tv an early look at the upcoming animal sim, Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise for the Nintendo DS. THQ's video game will be released on September 2nd, 2008.

    Posted: Aug 19, 2008 | 984 Views | 01:57


  • Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise Developer Interview

    Posted: August 19, 2008

    984 Views | 01:57

 


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