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Jackass: The Game Latest News - PSP

Game Description:Don't try this at home? Not anymore! Take a crack at the stunts you've seen performed by the Jackass crew in this mission-based action-adventure inspired by the Jackass series and movies. Play as Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and other twisted members of the Jackass team in over 35 insane single and multiplayer scenarios. Careen through San Francisco traffic in a garbage can, hit everything in sight while rampaging across a golf course in a golf cart, and more. The game's built-in injury tracker tallies all the damage you're doing. Why? Because the more injuries you have, the higher your score. Unlock clips from the Jackass pros, and then top them by swapping your own clips wirelessly with the game's replay engine.
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  • X-Play Presents: Top 5 Video Games for Manny Ramirez

    Oh Manny, Manny, Manny...what a tangled web you weave when first you choose to inject yourself with a hormone produced by embryos in the womb. Now that you've collided head on with a fifty game suspension, you probably have some extra time on your hands. What ever will you do to pass the hours? There's always fixing the roof or collecting...

    Posted May 8, 2009| 17 Comments

    X-Play Presents: Top 5 Video Games for Manny Ramirez

 


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