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This thread is in response to a review for Primal on the PlayStation 2. You are encouraged to view the review in a new window before reading this thread.

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Author: Linkamoto
Posted: October 30, 2013 (02:13 AM)
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Sounds like an interesting game. I'm wondering if this came out towards the end of the PS2's lifecycle, since it does appear to have some nice visuals as you mentioned. Very concise yet wholly thorough review here. I especially liked the way you described the transformations, which seems rather disappointing that no new gameplay tweaks or special powers come with it.

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: October 30, 2013 (10:59 PM)
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I don't remember exactly when it was released in relation to the PS2's life. I do remember seeing it in just about every bargain dump bin at one point, which is where I found it. I don't think that it's a completely rubbish game, though. I think if the combat had been more fluid it would have been a much better game. Anyway, thanks for reading!

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