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Primal Rage (32X)

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Title Screen

Primal Rage

Developer: Probe Entertainment
Publisher: Time Warner Interactive
Platform: 32X
Released in US: November 14, 1995
Released in EU: 1996

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DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
MinigameIcon.png This game has unused modes / minigames.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

Primal Rage is a strange beat-em-up where you can use farts as attacks and your urine as a finisher.

Extra Options Menu

Primal Rage 32X Extra Options.png

At the main menu, press Left, Right, Up, Down, Down, Up, Right, Left to make a second options menu appear. While many of the options are self-explanatory, a couple of them need to be explained better.

  • Soak Test: Runs continuous AI vs. AI matches. Soak testing is a method used by developers to test for memory leaks that only show up after extended usage.
  • Play Bowling Game: Starts the match off with a bowling minigame (detailed in-depth below).

Bowling Minigame

Primal Rage 32X Bowling Minigame.png

As explained above, there is an option in Primal Rage to replace regular matches with a bowling minigame! The two fighters will walk offscreen, and a bunch of humans will run up, serving as the pins. The player(s) or COM can use the controller to line up their shots, which consists of the respective fighter rolling into the 'pins'. After the minigame ends (which consists of only two rounds), the match returns to normal.

Error Messages

At 0xCD22:


These two error messages are located directly below the Extra Options menu's text. It's, uh, definately something.

Copyright String

To do:
Is this the sound code? Probe did this often on its Game Boy titles.

Appears at 501F4.