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Submitted by combocaster 637d ago | review

Orion: Dino Horde Review | ComboCaster

What happens when you combine dinosaurs, lazers, jetpacks, sci-fi action and co-op gameplay? An idea for a fantastic game. What happens when we play Orion: Dino Horde? A horrible headache as a game playable but has quite little.

Dino Horde is easily the worst First Person Shooters I've ever played. Not only is it a game poorly done, poorly executed and codified, it is not even playable. Bugs abound and everything else does not give us any reason to endure the flaws of the game. Remember the Bethesda games on PS3 that despite the amount of bugs still to be fantastic? Here bugs are just one more reason not to get this game. (Orion: Dino Horde, PC) 3/10

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