Deadly Creatures coming February 9

By Mike, Tuesday, 20 January 2009 09:02 GMT

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THQ has send word that Rainbow Studios’ arachnophobia inducing Wii game, Deadly Creatures, will be infesting US retailers on February 9.

The is a Wii exclusive, is voice by Dennis Hopper and Billy Bob Thornton and you can browse our scary screenshots here. If you dare.

Thanks to Shacknews for the tip.

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