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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1024d ago | review

Nintendo Life: The Croods: Prehistoric Party Review

Nintendo Life: When popular films are adapted into video games, publishers tend to cover their bases by releasing the results across as many platforms as possible. This often leads to portable systems receiving scaled-back ports from their big-screen brethren, and The Croods: Prehistoric Party on 3DS is a prime example of a handheld hand-me-down. We were unimpressed with the Wii U version's attempt at Mario Party-style board-based mini-game action, and things haven't improved in the journey to the small screen. (3DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party) 2/10

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