Astro Boy: The Video Game Latest News - Wii

Game Description:Based on the CG-animated film, Astro Boy lets players experience the exhilarating and action-packed life of one of the most iconic superheroes of all time. Engage in death defying aerial combat in the skies above Metro City as you battle against the evil robot forces of President Stone. Access Astro's complete arsenal of weapons, including finger lasers and his trusty arm cannon, and jet around environments using Astro's signature rocket boosters.
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Astro Boy: The Video Game News

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  • Comic-Con 09: Astroboy Interview

    Astroboy, the video game, should delight fans of both gaming and anime -- the movie tie-in 2D side-scroller pulls heavily on classic games of the past, and features a main character who seems almost totally designed for starring in an action game. It will be out for the PS2, Wii, DS and PSP when the movie is released in 2010. We got a chance to...

    Posted August 11, 2009

    Comic-Con 09: Astroboy Interview
  • Astro Boy: The Game Voice Actor Trailer

    Posted: August 20, 2009

    587 Views | 02:40

  • Astroboy Video Game Preview From Comic-Con '09

    Posted: August 10, 2009

    3,036 Views | 03:36

  • Astroboy E3 2009 Trailer

    Posted: June 4, 2009

    455 Views | 00:39


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