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The Tale of Despereaux Videos and Trailers - DS

The Tale of Despereaux
Game Description:An interactive game based on Universal Pictures' animated adventure of the same name. The game will follow and extend the film's storyline in adventures spanning from the magical kitchen and colorful rooms of the castle to the dark dungeons of the rat lairs. An introductory training mode, mouse-centric unique abilities, upgradeable skills and objects, and a lot of courage, will help Despereaux face off against a multitude of animal enemies and human foes on his quest to save Princess Pea. Multiple difficulty settings will ensure that a wide range of adventurers can enjoy Despereaux's heroics again and again.
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