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Submitted by leapfrogger 930d ago | review

Primal Fears Video Review | Elder-Geek.com

Elder-Geek.com writes: "There is nothing mechanically wrong with the game aside from occasional clipping issues as enemies walk through obstacles and doorways. It’s a playable game and won’t crash much. But simply being “playable” and having a zombie-like setting aren’t enough to qualify as a “good” game. We would have loved to test out the game cooperatively, but didn’t find anyone else with the game to join us. Considering the number of times we had to replay the early levels in the game, we’re in no rush to go back and try again.

Primal Fears is average at best, and painfully frustrating at worst. It borrows a little too heavily from more successful games around it giving the false impression that it might be a worthwhile venture. But for your hard earned $10, you can find much better twin stick shooters." (PC, Primal Fears) 2/5

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