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Where the Wild Things Are Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:This kid-friendly platformer is the companion to Spike Jonze's film adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book of the same name. As the adventurous and imaginative Max, players will interact with the story's classic characters and journey through one of the most cherished story worlds of all time. Simple controls and polished visuals bring the world of the Wild Things to life for kids of all ages to enjoy.
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  • Morning Hangover #75 -- Patrick Goes Where The Wild Things Are

    Welcome to Morning Hangover -- an excellent way to start your day with the crew at TheFeed...no matter what you're recovering from. Every morning you'll hear musings from our editors and have the chance to share your thoughts on what's going on in the gaming world. Patrick Klepek: I saw Where The Wild Things Are tonight. Depending on what your...

    Posted October 16, 2009

    Morning Hangover #75 -- Patrick Goes Where The Wild Things Are
  • Where the Wild Things Are Character Trailer 2

    Posted: October 5, 2009

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  • Where the Wild Things Are Character Trailer

    Posted: September 21, 2009

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  • Where the Wild Things Are The Videogame Trailer

    Posted: August 17, 2009

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