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Submitted by creHEARTive 679d ago | review

The Croods Prehistoric Party | GamerHub TV Review

Film studios have been using the popularity of video games to produce cheap cash in titles for animated movies for years. While the efforts are disguised under the idea of “producing a franchise property”, the games are normally just a way to convince children to force their parents to poor more money into a property. The Croods: Prehistoric Party is an example of this idea. Just how bad is it? Find out in our review. (3DS, Nintendo DS, The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii, Wii U) 2/10

gamerlive  +   679d ago
Movie games usually suck.
creHEARTive  +   679d ago
this one definitely does.
kirbyu  +   678d ago
Why would anyone ever buy this game?
DDDGirlGamer85  +   678d ago
Denver! The last dinosaur he's my friend and whole lot more!

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