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Submitted by user9422077 1954d ago | review

MT: Viva Pinata - Trouble in Paradise Review

On the flipside, the new features and interface improvements allow "Paradise" to be (slightly) even crazier at its core than its predecessor. So experienced "Pinata" pros get more of what they love, casual players get their taste, and Rare gets kudos for improving an already great game in a way that specially tailors to both ends of the gamer spectrum. The semi-budget price - $40 - only sweetens the deal. (Viva PiƱata: Trouble in Paradise, Xbox 360) -

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