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Submitted by Wiiloveit 525d ago | article

Taking 'The Croods: Prehistoric Party' to Court

"It's not unusual for some party games to project feelings of déjà vu, as similarities do cross over. One innocent execution is reminiscent of another, perhaps less creative, effort, even one done in the same series in a previous entry. But as I played through The Croods: Prehistoric Party's 30 mini-games, this question of having seen things before not only lay beneath the surface. It came to the fore." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Mario Party 2, Mario Party 9, Nintendo DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii, Wii U)

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