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Sly Cooper and The Thievius Racoonus Videos and Trailers - PS2

Game Description:Sly Cooper and the Thievius Racoonus is an unconventional adventure game filled with memorable cartoon characters and challenging gameplay. As the raccoon Sly Cooper, on your eighth birthday you are given the Thievius Racoonus, a manual that will teach you to be the best thief in the world. When it is stolen, you must set out to steal it back and prove yourself as the supreme thief. You will climb, jump, sneak, and slip through five environments: Ice, Bayou, Venice, Industrial, and Underwater. You'll fight five bosses, hijack vehicles, and perfect your skills in several minigames. Memory card is required to save game data.
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