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Submitted by militissanctus 965d ago | review

The Croods: Prehistoric Party Review [Capsule Computers]

Editor Joe Morgan writes,

"Intended to coincide with the release of DreamWorks’ new animated film The Croods, The Croods: Prehistoric Party! was released for all of Nintendo’s systems. Aimed at a younger audience, the game is looking to capitalize on two major criteria – the movie it is based on and the party game craze. So how does The Croods: Prehistoric Party! hold up? Does it venture to a whole new world or should it have been left in the stone age? Let’s find out." (3DS, Nintendo DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii, Wii U) 4.5/10

ZacE  +   965d ago
"A crude mishmash"...genius! Haha. Good review.
masterabbott  +   965d ago
im going to avoid this one like the plague, good review but not worth picking up.

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