NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe launches DreamWorks combo-packs for Christmas !

The leading video game publisher and distributor NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe S.A.S today announced the release of two special Nintendo combo-packs based on DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA) animated films. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted and The Croods: Prehistoric Party! are now both available for a Nintendo DS™ and Nintendo 3DS™ pack, whereas Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game and The Croods: Prehistoric Party! are both available for an exclusive Wii™ pack.

Let your imagination soar in Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game as you play as the all magical, powerful, and immortal Guardians from the famous DreamWorks Animation film. In Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted, travel across Europe to promote the circus by completing missions, performing amazing publicity stunts, and dazzling the crowd with a mini-game based circus extravaganza! Finally, be part of the lovable Croods family in The Croods: Prehistoric Party! and go on a hilarious adventure through 30 unique and addictive party-style mini-games.

For more information on D3Publisher games and the entire NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe line-up, please visit: http://www.namcobandaigames.eu

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Founder & Editor of ItsMuchMore.com In my early days I had a passion for video games of all kinds, which lead to myself and a number of close friends and family creating a gaming clan and community called UKRockers. After 10 years UKRockers disbanded which lead to myself and brother (RockerJarvis) creating ItsMuchMore. I still enjoy playing games now can be anything from retro, indie to today's biggest and best titles, it isn't just computer or video games that I enjoy doing I also like to go to the Theatre and Cinema.

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