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Submitted by CGMagazine 510d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Primal Carnage

It's funny how time works. Between the ages of, say, five and eleven years old Reid would have been absolutely bowled over by a game that allowed me to play as — or try to survive against — a dinosaur. Now, having experienced what is, strangely, one of the only recent videogames using this common childhood scenario as its premise, Reid can only assess Primal Carnage on the strengths and weaknesses of its worth as a game — not, to Reid's surprise, on the inclusion of dinosaurs alone. (PC, Primal Carnage) 52/100

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