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Submitted by user9422077 2330d ago | review

CSM: Jurassic Fight Club Game Turf Wars Review

CSM Writes:

"After making a selection of one of six types of dinosaurs featured in the TV show, you face off against the remaining types one after another in a fight to the death. The controls are easy to use with the arrow keys set to move your dinosaur around and the 'Z' button used to perform the attacks. However executing some of the unique attacks that each beast has can be tricky, especially in the heat of battle due to the combination of keys to press. As you progress through the challenges and perform well, you may unlock cheat codes which can be entered in the game while playing to give your dinosaur additional advantages. Plus, additionally cheat codes can be found online."

"Since many young children love dinosaurs, parents need to know that this game is quite violent and it shows a lot of blood. It isn't for them. Rather, its for older tweens and teens who are enthusiastic paleontologists-to-be. For them, since these creatures were violent, the depiction of intense battles shouldn't be disturbing. Battling as a dinosaur will probably teach them a little about how these creatures survived in their environment." (Jurassic Fight Club Game: Turf Wars, PC) 3/5

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