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Kim Possible Makes Debut on Video Game Console - MarketWatch, 11/9/06

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  • Kim Possible Makes Debut on Video Game Console - MarketWatch, 11/9/06

    MarketWatch, 11/9/06
    Kim Possible Makes Debut on Video Game Console

    Disney's Kim Possible: What's The Switch? Now Available Exclusively for PlayStation(R)2 System

    BURBANK, Calif., Nov 09, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Kim Possible is taking her crime-fighting heroics and acrobatics to the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system. Disney's Kim Possible: What's The Switch?, developed exclusively for the PlayStation 2 system, is now available in retail stores throughout the United States.

    In Disney's Kim Possible: What's the Switch?, players control Kim, Shego or Rufus the naked mole rat as they traverse the globe to defeat enemies. Published by Buena Vista Games and developed by A2M, Disney's Kim Possible: What's The Switch? is rated E for Everyone and is available for a suggested price of $29.99.
    Full Story: Kim Possible Makes Debut on Video Game Console
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