Nemo, the clownfish made famous in Pixar Animation Studio's Finding Nemo, may have been found and secured in the finale of the 2003 film, but THQ is tossing him back into the tank in its new game. The publisher has announced that Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue is now available in stores. In the game, players will guide Nemo and his "Tank Gang" out of an aquarium and help them find a new home in the ocean. Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue is rated E for Everyone and retails for $29.99.
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Millions of parents will by this game for thier kids. It wil be a top seller. I have a six year old daughter who loves the DS. I will by this game for her. ;) I like Castlevania, SWEET!!!!!! :) You have to stop thinking like a "HardCore" gamer and think about what is good for business. This is good for business. Besides, I can see them making something kool with fish and a the DS touch screen. If is for the kids man.
Well, for those who have nothing else to do, they should buy this game and play it... why not? you have nothing else to do.... well, seeing as to how I posted I guess that means I have nothing else better to do.............. well, I guess I would buy it if I owned a DS
Why is this news worthy? Someone on Gamespot has some free time on their hands. What you should be doing is catching up on the DS reviews like Snowboard Kids and others!