Humans Vs Dionsaurs? Yes, Please. Primal Carnage is Now Here

Reverb Publishing and developer Lukewarm Media have announced the release of their team-based multiplayer dinosaur shooter, Primal Carnage. Read that again. Dinosaur shooter. It simply does not get better than this, people.

The game is available now at the Primal Carnage websiteSteamGameStop,GamersGate, and Rain for $14.99.

I may be getting older, but I refuse to believe that anyone, ever, has grown up without seeing Jurassic Park. There is a niche in every person’s heart that demands to be filled with human on dinosaur action. This is literally the only game you will ever need to fill that niche.

With 5 different classes of humans pitted against 5 different types of dinosaurs, there is nothing fancy about this game. It is just what you think it is, and what that is is fantastic.

Try it and see if you don’t feel like a kid again….

 

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