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Rumble Roses XX Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Wrestling's most dangerous vixens return! The lovely ladies of Rumble Roses come to Xbox 360 with plenty of visual enhancements geared for a new generation of gaming. In case we need to remind you that the game's alluring all-female stars are more than just pretty faces, they're ready to unleash a new array of holds, reversals, combos, and finishing moves designed to pulverize opponents. Choose from 20 wrestlers and grapple in new modes of play including Battle Royal, Elimination, Tag Team, and more. Go online for tag team and head-to-head fights. Fight fairly or, even better, fight dirty, where humiliating your opponent is all in a day's work.
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