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Game Description: Bakugan brings the popular card game of the same name to life. Players can battle against friends, take down enemies and even create fully customized bakugan brawlers!
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  • If Activision Dropped PS3 Support This Year, Here's What PS3 Owners Couldn't Play

    Activision is threatening to drop support for PlayStation 3 (and PSP, but let's focus on the big target here) if Sony doesn't drop the price of their hardware soon. As the world's largest third-party publisher, Activision wields power. If Activision made good on their threats, what would be the impact? I combed through the company's upcoming...

    Posted June 19, 2009

    If Activision Dropped PS3 Support This Year, Here's What PS3 Owners Couldn't Play

 


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<configuration>
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