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Ape Escape Academy

Ape Escape Academy (PSP) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Tags: General, Party
Developer: Shift
AKA: Ape Academy (EU), Piposaru Academia (JP)

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Ape Escape Academy review

Reviewed February 01, 2005

Michael Scott says: "The problem is though, try as they might, monkeys are not very good at imitating other people. Sure, dressing one up in a suit and giving it a cigarette may make us all smile, but its constant ass slapping and habitual masturbation is hardly the definition of quality entertainment. And that becomes an all too fitting caveat made doubly relevant once Piposaru Academia gets underway. "
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