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Submitted by IDFinners 712d ago | review

Primal Carnage Review [Just Press Start]

Dave of Just Press Start writes:

"Have you ever found yourself wishing you could meet the dinosaurs to see what they’re really like? Did you ever think you’d like to assert your dominance over their species by showing them, through firepower, that humans are the dominant animal on Earth? Have you ever dreamt that you were a mighty T-Rex running amuck while swallowing up fearful puny humans along the way? Well, have I got a game for you! The folks over at Lukewarm Media and Reverb decided it was high time humans and dinosaurs squared off in a multiplayer deathmatch to see who will be crowned the king of the planet. Primal Carnage comes out swinging in a genre filled with realistic military shooters, hoping to bring back some of the glory of class based old-school deathmatch fights of yore. It’s unfortunate, however, that those swings hit you with the grace and power of Glass Joe as opposed to the Mike Tyson knock-out it promises." (PC, Primal Carnage) -

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