Submitted by PerfectCel 940d ago | review

Denkiphile: Orion: Dino Horde Review

Matthew from Denkiphile: "…Okay, ”hate” is an overstatement, but as much flak as the original Orion had received, (Yes, this is a sequel, and its predecessor was called Dino Beatdown) this “new” (and I use that term very loosely here) version may have somehow managed to not improve on many of its flaws while simultaneously creating a number of new problems that make the game difficult to enjoy and one of those purchases you would have rather passed on to your annoying step-brother. Emily Barret Browning was certainly no Victorian-era game critic, but even in her day and age, passing off the same product with a new paint job doesn’t make it an innovative masterpiece– it makes it a poorly-crafted game with elements that, to some, could be considered entertainment. Unfortunately for Spiral Game Studios , Dino Horde provides a paltry amount of enjoyment that is disappointing, to say the least." (Orion: Dino Horde, PC) 1/5

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