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Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:After years of chasing the ladies, Leisure Suit Larry is now chasing box office gold as a big-time movie exec. The trouble is, the rival studio has inside information about Larry's upcoming movies. Convinced there's a mole at work, Larry sends you, his nephew to solve the mystery and stop the squealing. Explore the studio lot, doing odd jobs and stumbling into wacky mini-games. Play hilarious takes on movie classics, including Beefcake Mountain, Horror Coffin, and Bytanic, or create your own mini-movies in Directors Mode. And with Carmen Electra and Shannon Elizabeth lending their voice talents, you may be tempted to try and land a date while you're at it.
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