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Submitted by Wiiloveit 657d ago | review

The Croods: Prehistoric Party - Wii U Review | Wiiloveit

"It's possible I'll come under fire for saying this, but I wish more teams that dabble with licensed games would follow the approach taken by Torus Games. Licensed material based on animated films often follow a predictable trend of adapting properties under a platformer or action-adventure context. As I'm sure you'll agree, a product outside these categories is something of an oddity, particularly in the case of a brand that does not have direct roots for such an agreement to be a natural fit. But breaking away from these channel is very healthy, and it's something I'm certain kids appreciate." -- Wiiloveit.com (The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii U) 53/100

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