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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:After being ingested by their arch-nemesis Bowser, Mario, Luigi and Princess Peach must battle their way through a series of puzzles and enemies found within Bowser's diabolical innards. Players also control Bowser as he struggles to prevent his kingdom from being overthrown by the even more evil, Fawful. Actions taken inside Bowser directly affect Bowser's action, creating a deep and innovative gameplay experience.
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