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Submitted by mrcreosote 964d ago | article

Frontline: Primal Carnage | Gamereactor UK

GR-UK writes: "First impressions of Primal Carnage were not entirely positive, it has to be said. Luckily many of the issues plaguing the game immediately after launch were resolved in an extensive update, and it's much more stable now. For your investment of £11.99 you get five maps, one mode and two factions (each with five classes). That's it. There's no character progression or customisation, and no map rotation. There's so little meat on these bones that you might mistake it for a fossil." (PC, Primal Carnage)

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