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Submitted by SactoGamer 697d ago | review

Game Guys review - The Croods Prehistoric Party

Licensed video games are largely hit-and-miss. When they hit, they hit hard, and when they miss, they miss by a mile. There is little in the way of gray area in this department. With The Croods Prehistoric Party, a video game published by D3 Publisher that ties-in with the Dreamworks major motion picture 'The Croods', they missed so badly that the game couldn't hit the broad-side of a brontosaurus. (3DS, Nintendo DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii, Wii U) 30/100

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