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Go Vacation from Namco Bandai Announced

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Due to the high cost of gas, a lot of people are opting to do a stay-cation instead of a vacation.  Namco Bandai really wants you to stay home and go to your own personal resort with their new title Go Vacation, coming out for the Wii.

Leading video game publisher and developer NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced Go Vacation™ for the Wii™ system will be available Fall 2011. Set on the resort of Kawawii Island, Go Vacation brings an open-ended world of exploration and adventure that includes engaging activities for the entire family to enjoy. With a fun variety of activities to play, Go Vacation is the perfect gaming getaway.

Be sure to check out the Press Release for more details, and take a look at the screenshots below.

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