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Game Description: Dig your way to fun with fossils! Players must take great care in digging up fossils from the Earth. Players who take great care in extracting and cleaning the fossils will be rewarded with more powerful creatures. Use your new "vivosaurs" to battle your friends through Nintendo DS Download play!
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  • Analysis: August 2009 Software Sales -- Madden Pushes Near 2M, Batman Soars

    You'll notice that Wii Sports Resort isn't in the headline. Of course Nintendo's follow-up to Wii Sports did well in August, based on the numbers released by the NPD Group today. It wasn't the number-one selling game, however, as that spot went to Electronic Arts' Madden NFL 2010. All told, Madden NFL 2010 was August's big winner, selling 1.9...

    Posted September 10, 2009

    Analysis: August 2009 Software Sales -- Madden Pushes Near 2M, Batman Soars

 


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