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Wii Pitfall:The Big Adventure screens swing your way

11:28 AM on 10.08.2008 // Colette Bennett

Ah, Pitfall. As one of my earliest experiences with a video game (I was seven), the original Atari 2600 version was responsible for many bouts of fun and intense frustration. Of course, considering that my patience was ten times as short as it is now, that may not be saying much, but I have fond memories of it regardless.

It's hard to say if this new Wii version will be any fun or not, but you never know. With 60 levels to explore and lots of vine swinging and reptile avoidance in store, it just might be worth some fun. The game is out in North America already, so if you are a fan of the series,get ready for some hot Peruvian action. Wait ... that came out all wrong.

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