Orion: Dino Beatdown Review [IGN]

You probably deserve a beatdown if you waste your money on this disaster.

If shooting waves of dinosaurs with some of your best buddies sounds like fun, then you should probably start working on a time machine right now so you can actually travel to the Pleistocene and have at it. You’re much, much more likely to have fun doing that than you are playing Orion: Dino Beatdown, a broken, ugly looking, poorly designed mess of a game that has about as much to do with entertainment as bathroom-stall scrawling does with poetry.

Amazingmrbrock4156d ago

i want a good open world dinosaur game. like betheseda quality.


The Worst Games I Have Ever Played Of This Generation – Part 3

Justin from TMSGamer is back for the third, and final part of his article about the worst games he has played on this generation. Remember, these are games only he has played.

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Orion: Dino Horde Controversy - Let The Battle Begin

DSOGaming writes: "You see, it's easy to bash indie or small teams. And it's easy because you can damage them. You can destroy them. You can WIN. And most people feel satisfied with that accomplishment. They do not care about the fact that a game was given for free to existing customers. They do not care for the people that worked on this. They do not care if other, triple-A companies are doing the same thing. No, indie devs can be easily taken down."

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rezzah3817d ago

Lame how people use the same dinosaurs in almost every dinosaur game. And theyre all based off the ones seen in the Jurassic Park movies.

The song for the trailer was annoying.

zerocrossing3817d ago

It looks pretty great IMO, nothing fantastic but it's sure to be fun.

So why are people complaining?

rezzah3817d ago

It does look much more fun than the last dino shooter I played.

The article said people are complaining because they believed the sequel to be an update to the first game.

I guess if you compare the first game and the sequel you'll get your answer, or at least a better perspective of what these people see.

But like the article stated, the improvements justify the game being a true sequel based on the practices of current gen.

To me the real definition behind a sequel is the story. What I mean is if the updates consist of gameplay/graphics only, and no story exists then it really is just an update.


Orion: Dino Horde Beta now on Steam

Spiral Game Studios has officially announced Orion: Dino Horde for Steam and the Beta Registration is already available on the game website.

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