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Ape Escape Academy
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Description

Created by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, Ape Escape Academy expands the popular Ape Escape series onto the PSP (PlayStation Portable) entertainment system. Family- friendly, Ape Escape Academy will feature ad hoc wireless functionality and more than 40 mini-games for players of all ages. The mini-games are arranged at random in a tic-tac-toe format that provides distinctive and unique game progression that allows for easy pick up and play gaming.

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Review
Written by Matt Swider on 07/11/06
The Apes have gone back to school to learn about the great art of the minigame in Ape Escape Academy.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PSP
PUBLISHER:
SCEA
DEVELOPER:
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
GENRE: Action
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
January 17, 2006
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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