Primal slips

Another biggie delayed

Sony Studio Cambridge's long awaited action adventure title Primal has slipped to April 11th, it emerged yesterday.

The supernatural action adventure was due for a February 14th release, but the "perfectionists" wanted more time to get the title up to scratch.

Commenting on Playstation.com, Studio Cambridge's communications manager Mark Green said: " It's a big game and Chris [Sorrell - Creative Director] is adamant that all four worlds will be finished to his standard before we ship. We just needed a little extra time to make that happen."

In the meantime, for those curious to find out what this Tomb Raider challenger is all about, a playable demo of the title has appeared on the latest Official PS2 magazine.

For our thoughts on the early build we got hold of recently, head here.

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