Excerpt: Who hasn't pretended to be a dinosaur at some point during their youth? Even if you didn't pretend to be a T-Rex, you still pretended to be a Pterodactyl, right? Or you were one of the weird kids who pretended to be a Dilophosaurus and spit on people. Don't lie. Admit it! It's okay!
Excerpt: Lukewarm Media let me check out their multiplayer only dinosaur versus humans shooter Primal Carnage back around the time of its Steam release at the beginning of December, but I decided to give it a bit of time to get patched before preparing this review.
Conclusion: All in all, I have enjoyed my time with Primal Carnage . The title has got its fair share of issues, but there’s something to be said about running through a jungle lit by the sheen of a flamethrower with a scientist hanging from your mouth. Now the ball is in the hands of Lukewarm Media.
Review: Primal Carnage is a one trick pony, and that pony is a dinosaur
29 November 2012
Excerpt: Are you looking for a first-person shooter where you only play team deathmatch, and the two teams are humans versus dinosaurs? If so, Primal Carnage is for you. Primal Carnage is a multiplayer-only team deathmatch game where one team chooses from human roles, and the other team chooses from...
Conclusion: Parkouring dinosaurs, sub-horror moments of Velociraptor terror, and picking up a human as a Pteranodon and dropping them to their death are just a few reasons I love the concept and execution of Primal Carnage .
Conclusion: So with the above in mind, Primal Carnage is a hard sell at this point. $15 isn't going to break the bank, but with the Steam Forums, at the time of writing, awash with threads titled "Money down the drain" it's hard to recommend this one even with its madcap take on the online genre.
Excerpt: Dinosaurs vs humans with high-powered modern weaponry. It’s a tale as old as time – or at least Jurassic Park. Games, though, have struggled desperately to strike a proper balance between man and his planet-populating predecessor, but to little avail.