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Planet 51 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Planet 51 gives players the chance to immerse themselves in the amazing world of Planet 51 whilst helping bumbling astronaut, Chuck and his new found alien friend, Lem, find their way back to Chuck’s spaceship. Not only will players be able to relive memorable moments from the movie, but the game also expands the vibrant Planet 51 universe with the inclusion of characters, environments and vehicles exclusive to the videogame.
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  • Sega Confirms Some E3 Games, Nothing Shocking Revealed

    I have Twitter on the brain today. After reporting on the prospects of a Ninjatown 2 sequel from a Twitter status update, Sega has confirmed part of their E3 lineup over the social networking service, as well. So far, Sega is only willing to say Alpha Protocol, Bayonetta, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Planet 51 (based on the...

    Posted May 5, 2009| 26 Comments

    Sega Confirms Some E3 Games, Nothing Shocking Revealed
  • Planet 51 The Game "Next Great Discovery" Trailer

    Posted: July 28, 2009

    918 Views | 00:56

  • Planet 51 The Game Trailer

    Posted: June 3, 2009

    501 Views | 01:05

 


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