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Earthworm Jim Videos and Trailers - PSP

Earthworm Jim
Game Description:Earthworm Jim is a side-scrolling action game set in another cartoon-like, humorous world busting with slick animations. Jim continues his fight against the Queen and her allies, while his love for Princess-What's-Her-Name grows, and Peter Puppy is still his best bud. Like its predecessors, the game will feature open level designs that are ripe for exploration, and a slew of puzzles, power-ups and zany environments. All characters, levels and effects will be crafted in 3D and Jim will sport a flashy new look. An expanded arsenal of moves and attacks will be available and two-player competition modes provide extended gameplay. NOTE: Despite anticipation for Earthworm Jim's return with this game, the title suffered a series of delays and was put on hold by the publisher. It is unknown whether it will ever be completed and released -- please check back for official info.
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