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Monday 23rd March/... Based on the hugely popular Nickelodeon pre-school TV show, Go, Diego, Go! Great Dinosaur Rescue! allows players to travel through time with Diego and Baby Jaguar to help Maia the Maiasaura find her way back to her family in this amazing rescue adventure! You’ll have to climb rock walls, travel along monkey bars, solve puzzles and even jump on a pogo stick to help Diego’s friend find her way home on this prehistoric journey. Featuring authentic character voices, players are encouraged to use over 12 Wii™ motions, such as climbing, flapping, pulling and stomping, and many other activities designed to make the most of Nintendo DS™ and Wii™ functionality. Al rescate!
 
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