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I never really cared for the human portion of the game but at least some video game history is now properly preserved.Primal Rage first took to arcades in 1994 and gained fans thanks to its focus on letting players duke it out as one of seven different beasts. By the next year, Atari began working on a sequel, but projected it wouldn't do well enough and scrapped the project.
Unfinished builds of Primal Rage 2 have been accessible here and there over the years, but even die hard fans couldn't get the game running in MAME. That changes now as a dedicated fan's multi-year project has finally succeeded.
Utilizing a custom version of MAME known as MAME4RAGE2, it is now possible to check out the unreleased Primal Rage 2 in a fully playable format.