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Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball
Game Description:For years, the question has led to many intense arguments, several nights' sleep lost, and much serious contemplation. Which is better: pirates?  Or ninjas?  Now's your chance to find out, or maybe just to prove you've been right all along! Take control of a team of highly trained ninjas or scalliwagging pirates, grab the big red ball, and get ready to take it to the opposition! You can even play as other groups, including robots or zombies. Utilize the Wii Remote to control your player. There are six different arenas in which to challenge your foes. Follow the unique storyline or just kick it schoolyard style with a quick pick up game!
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