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Submitted by artem_sv30 596d ago | news

Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD

Vogster Online today announced Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD, a new game in series of the classic dinosaur hunting simulators, coming to PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 next week.

Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD is a modern day version of the classic best-selling dinosaur hunting simulator Carnivores developed by Action Forms and released initially for PC and most recently for iOs, PlayStation Portable and Android. And now it is time for the next big sequel!

Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD is a completely new game for PlayStation 3 set in the same universe and featuring recognizable dinosaur types, familiar weapons and equipment. The game provides similar experience to any hunting simulators: you have to stalk your prey using tracking devices, scent maskers and quail calls. Yet it is far from your average deer hunter: going against one the largest creatures known to mankind, you will need all your skills to survive. Hunt or be hunted! (PS3)

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