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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 960d ago | review

NC: The Croods: Prehistoric Party Review

NC: In the end, you’re better off passing this game by and picking up a Mario Party game, because that’s exactly what the game tries to be. Instead, it ends up being way worse than the original Mario Party, which released over a decade ago. As you can see, The Croods: Prehistoric Party fails to stand out from the rest of the heap of shovelware titles on Wii and 3DS. (3DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii) 2/10

SilentNegotiator  +   960d ago
Oh look - a game based on a second rate animated movie isn't very good. Well, you don't see that very often!

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