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Guys, Goosebumps is coming to the DS, too

Eric Caoili

"Viewers beware! You're in for a scare!"

We're not sure how closely Goosebumps HorrorLand for the DS will follow the Wii version, but after watching the opening credits for the series' late 90s television series, which Cartoon Network insists on running marathons for every other weekend, we have a few ideas for minigames we want:
  1. Terrorize an unsuspecting neighborhood with a floating, menacing "G" -- G as in the letter, not G as in gangsta, though the latter would be fantastic as well
  2. Make a golden retriever's eyes glow yellow while barking into the microphone along with the theme song
  3. More of the above
So far, publisher Scholastic Interactive hasn't promised anything from our wish list, but they have revealed that players will be "vanquishing vampires, hanging on for life on the Roller Ghoster, and battling Certain Death." There must not be many corrupted canines at HorrorLand, the haunted amusement park and Goosebumps spin-off series which the game is based on. But we can dream.

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