Work together to survive the devastating Dinosaur horde in huge, endless environments.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (15,790 reviews)
Release Date: May 4, 2012

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"It really doesnt feel like a complete game but its cheap and its fun for a few hours with friends. fun and silly gameplay shooting dinosaurs."

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“Best transformation of a game I've ever seen.”
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“I am completely addicted.”
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About This Game

'ORION: Prelude' is an indie Sci-Fi shooter (FPS/TPS) that seamlessly blends together incredible visuals and addictive combat. It puts you and your friends together into intense, cinematic battles using some of the most incredible weaponry and amazing vehicles in which you must work or compete against one another to accomplish mission objectives, explore giant worlds and survive the devastating Dinosaur Horde.

In addition to the return of the adventurous, survival-based cooperative gameplay and retro-inspired Arena Combat, 'ORION: Prelude' features massive, Open World Cooperative and PvPvE.



Supporting up to a variety of game modes, including:
  • Survival (Objective)
  • Slaughter (Duration)
  • Rampage (Playable Dinosaurs)
  • Prehistoric (Custom Variable)


Supporting up to 10 players and offering 2 game modes:
  • Conquest (Cooperative - 5 Players)
  • Vital (PvPvE - 10 Players)


Supporting up to 10 players and offering 3 cooperative game modes:
  • Free-For-All (Deathmatch)
  • Elimination (Stealth)
  • King of the Hill (Territory)
  • Gun Game (Ladder Climb)
  • Instagib (Twitch Reflex)
  • Vital (Open World)


Supporting up to 10 players and offering 3 unique game modes:
  • 1v1 Duel (4 Playlers - Tournament)
  • FFA Duel (4 Players - FFA)
  • Team Duel (5v5)

Key Features:

  • Open World Gameplay
  • Cooperative & Competitive Gameplay
  • Dueling & Melee Combat Gameplay
  • 1st Person / 3rd Person Hybrid Gameplay
  • 15 Game Modes
  • 50+ Weapons & Gear
  • 30 Augmentations (Mutators)
  • 20+ Multiplayer Maps
  • 7 Vehicles
  • Full Weather System
  • Persistence & Player Progression (150 Levels)
  • Class-Based Gameplay & Player Loadouts
  • Statistics & Leaderboards
  • Lobbies, Matchmaking & Server Browser
  • Player Store (Cosmetics)
  • Rewards & Unlockables
  • Real-time Dynamic Day/Night Cycles
  • 10 Dinosaurs (All Playable)
  • 250+ Steam Achievements
  • 12 Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Big Picture Mode Support
  • Bots & Offline Play
  • Tutorial System
  • SDK & Steam Workshop (Custom Maps)

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows Vista SP2 32-Bit
    • Processor:AMD Athlon X2 2.8GHZ / Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHZ
    • Memory:3 GB RAM
    • Graphics:256 MB Graphics Memory (SM3)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 Compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS:Win 7 / Win 8 (64-Bit)
    • Processor:AMD 4-Core / Intel 4-Core
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB Graphics Memory (SM 3)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 Compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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329 of 400 people (82%) found this review helpful
81.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
UPDATE : ORION PRELUDE

There simply aren't enough games with dinosaurs & even fewer of these that are actually worth playing! For me, Orion: Prelude (O:P) is that rare exception. Although not much in way of a story in the game (no single player after all), there is quite a tale on how Orion came to be the game it is today...

The short version is, that O:P is an evolution of previous Orion titles, Dino Horde & Dino Beatdown originally dating back to a successful 2011 Kickstarter campaign. Although recieving early criticism (that would normally kill a game ..dead.. disappearing into obscurity), the game continued to evolve with constant updates (big & small) over the years from the developers. Spiral stuck with it! This dedication & gradual refinement of the game has resulted in an excellent first-person co-op experience, with a well rounded collection of modes, weapons, enviromental effects, vehicles & more to enjoy.

PvP isn't forgotten; it's also selectable. PvP feels more alike to a retro deathmatches, than a modern PvP (in a good way!), but I mainly enjoy the co-op modes. In co-op, you essentially have to defend your power core against waves of bloodthursty dinosaurs. Dinosaur kills will reward you credits, which you can use to buy perks & weapon upgrades, in-turn helping you survive the later, harder waves. Some waves also have you securing objectives. Co-op doesn't feel ultra competitive, most of the time you don't watch your credits/kills, rather finding yourself just having fun surviving & helping your teammates! I've found the community to generally be helpful & friendly in-game too.

One of the real stand-out features in O:P has to be the enviromental effects randomly cycling on the alien world. From the day/night cycles to the extreme variety of climates & types of weather. Adds so much to the atmosphere. Couple this with excellent lighting effects through what seems to be a thicker atmosphere and the results can sometimes be spectacular! Even overwhelming! You definitely get that feeling when your final wave gets a night cycle with heavy rain .. you know you are gonna see an epic close quarter battle!

Along with the awesome effects, there are 3 distinct classes to mix-up the gameplay. Each has unique strengths & each you can progress/level-up in online play to unlock starting weapons, power-ups & perks. Initial learning curve isn't steep, so once you get the hang of the basic flow it becomes very easy to sink multiple hours killing dinos! O:P rarely feels like a grind; even at lower levels (without a lot of perks) you competently kill dinos & gain good XP. Plenty of dinos to go around too :)

If you can't find a friend to play with, there is also bot-support added in O:P to fill the ranks. This can be helpful to get playing quickly if server populations are low (which regrettably does happen).

The trilogy of classes are well balanced (no need for any other classes), as is the gameplay in general. Difficulty is super scalable. Weapons are mainly shared between classes so quickly become familiar, and vehicles are easy to use & offer a good range of practical & destructive uses. Repetitive? Sure, to a degree, it is the same thing over & over and despite there being a lot of 'accessories' to the spice up the character classes & tactics, modes etc, there are not a huge number of maps for each mode. I expect this will change soon with Steam Workshop support being added.

The A.I. generally employed by the dinosaurs is a fairly basic 'rush' tactic, which can feel pretty predictable (there are a few surprises though), but I find the larger dino numbers to counteract this limitation to a degree anyway. There are also the occasional technical glitches like querky physics (flying Stegosaurus anyone?) or clipping inside a dinosaur. Nothing game-breaking that I have experienced, but sure does make for some funny moments! Just like my many failed attempts at some of the more creative 'Ride a Dino for 10secs' & 'Slap T-Rex 100 times' achievements :)

O:P reminds me a bit of those classic, simple shooters like a Serious Sam or Left 4 Dead, but with a bit of high-tech sci-fi flavor. This future-tech feel across the game contradicts the jurassic era dinosaurs & remote wilderness landscapes nicely! O:P is not as complex mechanically or technically when compared to a top end AAA FPS, but its simplicity is also its underlying strength. It is great value ($1!), has strong replayability and the focused, balanced gameplay (some bonus ..ahem.. querks) offers a truely fun & intense, dino killin' co-operative survival experience!


Too much to read?

Yeah ok then (fair call lol)..

I'll let Dave Chappelle quickly summarise what O:P is really all about:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=269015668 (original artwork uploaded by Grayscars!)
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240 of 295 people (81%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 13
i mean... i dunno it's alright, it's kind of god awful in a hilarious broken buggy kind of way. But it's a dollar for a few hours of super cheap fun. You have to pay more for a can of coke than this game, and though coke is tasty and refreshing, this game costs less money and therefore is better than coke.
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193 of 237 people (81%) found this review helpful
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 26
This game started as disaster with a good idea. With the newest Update a lot has changed and it needs a review from all the bad voters.... it tooks a while but the devs made the effort to finish their product (not like many other bigger studios out there) Worth gaming. Worth buying.

8/10
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238 of 320 people (74%) found this review helpful
19.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
Perfectly Simulates Jurassic Park If It Was In Russia.
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313 of 438 people (71%) found this review helpful
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 30
Its like Cod Zombies without Zombies or Cod and theres Dinosaurs
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86 of 110 people (78%) found this review helpful
125.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 1
This game has made its way through my friends list like a sneaky case of cheap herpes. We all seem to have ended up with it somehow and now that we have it, we're stuck with it forever. Some of us were ashamed to have acquired it, so we thought we'd feel less lonely in our shame by giving it to someone else. Although the game is about as glamorous as herpes, it has turned out to be far more enjoyable. I won't defend the technical quality of the game (it is herpes after all), but I will defend its entertainment value. A survival co-op based on killing dinosaurs with cool guns and vehicles is just good fun. The gameplay is perfectly fine and lends itself well to many hours of pleasurable dino-slaying with a group of fellow herpes victims. The game even offers various ways of enjoying your herpes: several game modes that change things up and offer a good time even when you aren't in the mood for survival co-op. So the next time you see this on sale for a dollar, and think to yourself, "I don't wanna join the destitute of Steam and engage in this nasty transmission of cheap fun," remind yourself that you probably have some variant of herpes in real life, and you shouldn't be such a judgmental, pretentious, snob who can't put aside petty scruples in the name of good fun. Buy the game when its on sale (don't you dare pay full price for herpes), and come join us.
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133 of 189 people (70%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
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Do you like first-person shooters? Do you like giant mecha? DO YOU LIKE DINOSAURS? Then Orion: Prelude may just be for you.
I’m in two minds about this multiplayer shooter from the ORION: Prelude team that somehow isn’t ORION: Prelude. Is ORION: Dino Beatdown a brilliant name for a game, or is it a horrible name for anything? One thing I do know, despite the laudable presence of dinosaurs and jetpacks, I’d be a lot happier if the dinosaurs were actually using the jetpacks :D

Everything in Orion is a little…bland. That isn’t to say that the game is rendered poorly, but it all just looks generic. Most of the dinosaurs and vehicles look good, for what they are worth, but some of the guns have not received as gracious a treatment. For example, the shotgun looks more like a rifle and has a really ugly ammo counter on it that just looks tacky.
The dinosaur models look just fine, but that isn’t the problem with them. They are often poorly animated. For velociraptors and “compies” the jump attack just looks silly and the bite animation is more a head twitch than a vicious attack.
The vehicles are frustrating to drive yet are grossly overpowered. Most dinosaurs, baring the large ones, you encounter can simply be killed by running them over. The rest will immediately destroy you vehicle for some unspecified reason.

The basic survival mode gets you through 15 waves of defending a generator and buying guns, but lacks any form of climax on the last wave. An evolution of this mode is Conquest , where you defend three bases consecutively and additionally, you can buy vehicles. It is basically three times Survival, but the game gets a lot more interesting with limited funds available – money sharing gets very important here.
The game feature actually 14 game modes.

Only in some modes you actually get to play as all the dinosaurs you normally fight. This part is actually pretty cool. You play as the dinosaurs in third person. Some of the gems in this mode are playing as a t-rex, raptor, and spinosaur. You can even be a deinosuchus (40ft long crocodile), which is pretty rad. But hey, how many games can you actually play as a dinosaur?

I am being pretty hard on this game, but despite all the flack I am giving it I still LIKE IT for some reason. It is just fun to play in its own quirky way. At the same time, I feel like the studio behind it might actually be able to polish it to a degree that it becomes a decent title. This is the 3 update now? Every update, the game is much better and the price drop down. 0,99$ is it today and at the halloween special the developers give the community 1000 FREE copies of the game. thats awesome :)
Overall, i almost feel like it is one of those games that is so bad it becomes good. 75% of the steam reviews are good, try it out and dont hear at the meta critics!


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215 of 353 people (61%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
Every time this game gets too many bad steam reviews, the developers re-release it under a different name. I think this is like, the 3rd or 4th time?
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56 of 82 people (68%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 19
Over the years this game has been bashed as one of the worst games to be released on steam, however now I'd say get it.

For £0.79 game the graphics look like they are from a game costing £30, and the weather effects you get on your helmet is a nice addtion too, the main enemys in this game are dinosaurs and there are 7 of them and 2 flying reptiles and a giant Crocodile, all 10 of them feel unquie and fun to fight against.

You can get vechicles in this game, theres the average jeep with turret, a jet and a tank, but best of all theres a MECH! YES A MECH YOU CAN FIGHT A TREX WITH A MECH! All of the vechicles are great to drive and are really helpful overall.

Game breaking glitches like map glitches or crashes are very rare in this game, the only one I can think of is where you can leave a map by playing as a flying reptile or playing Assault with the jetpack and fly above the boundires, luckly this is only on one map and it's unplayed often.

However this game does have a few downsides....

1. A lot of weapon clipping, sound glitches and firing glitches, most noticeable with the default pistol, duo pistols and using reload speed upgrade.
2. Ragdolls are really glitchy at times, however more tame then any from the Source engine.
3. Playing as Dinosaurs is nearly impossible with the terrible camara angle and controls.
4. Soundtrack is really stock.
5. Small, but very friendly commuinty

Overall the game is much more better then it orignally was, a fun CO-OP horde game to play with your friends!
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37 of 50 people (74%) found this review helpful
376.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
Ah yes, Orion: Prelude, or as it will always be known to me, Orion: Dino Horde! This game has been quite criticized through the years (and in all honestly quite rightly so). they game if filled with bugs and lots of tedious grinding achievements. Still, despite all that I can't help but to love it. In fact it is the only game which I haven't uninstalled after reaching 100%.

So, there's no story to follow in this game and it's a pretty straightforward king of game. You're dropped as one of three classes (assault, recon and support) into a base where you're supposed to defend a generator against incoming waves of attacking dinos that don't enjoy your presence there. If all teammates dies or the generator is destroyed (a timer starts when it reaches 0% health and if it isn't repaired before time runs out it's destroyed) you all loose. If you survive all waves (10 for normal games and 30 for conquest games) then you win. Pretty simple. To your help you can buy a quite big assortment of weapons and perks and each class comes with a specific perk of their own (assault can jetpack, recon can cloak and support can heal).

This game has a lot of various pvps but there are only a couple which I really enjoy such as king of the hill and team elimination. The place where this game really shines is in regular Survival mode when you play together with a good, tight and cooperative team. This is where this game is at it's best! I don't think I've made as many friends in any game as I've made in this one.

So, in conclusion, if you want a good cooperative game and don't mind a few bugs here and there and can either ignore, or work through all the grinding achievements then yes, you will enjoy this game!
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35 of 47 people (74%) found this review helpful
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
PROS:
• Cooperative Survival
• Excellent - UI
• Full Customization
• Full Optimization
• Amazing Gameplay


CONS:
• Light Bugs/Glitches
• Slightly Repetitive

7.5/10 "Decent"
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50 of 74 people (68%) found this review helpful
13.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 17
ORION: Dino Horde. It's a nifty little FPS about...well, the mass killing of dinosaurs.
For those who don't already know, ORION: Dino Horde was previously released under the name "Dino Beatdown."
Apparently, it got very bad reviews, and so the developers took the game down.
Later, they released ORION: Dino Horde, which is merely just a shameless repackaging, in an attempt to shed it's horrible metagamer score.

I don't think it deserves the horrible gamer score it originally recieved, but the score I would give it wouldn't nesecarily be much higher. The game has a glaring lack of polish, tends to run at very low framerates, even on powerful machines, and has the nasty habit of crashing...repeatedly, for no apparent reason.
Notably, some people only rarely experience these crashes, but for many people, the game is rendered unplayable.
At the time of writing, they have yet to fix this problem with a patch, and I haven't been able to find any documentation that explains how to fix it.

If you are among the lucky people who can play this game without crashing non-stop, then I suggest you immediately stop to thank your lucky stars.

The game features a variety of modes, but most modes involve slaughtering dinos. (There are a few that allow you to play as dinos.) The game contains 3 classses of humans you can play as, support, assault, and recon. (Think of a clunkier version of Tom Clancy.) While assault is fun to play as with his jetpack, and the recon is nifty with her invisibility, the support class wins hands down, with his ability to heal himself and others....to an extreme degree. He can tank just about anything with his healing gun.

Even though the support class is massively overpowered, playing the game as any other class is quite difficult.
Between massive dinos that create unavoidable earthquakes, or even bigger dinos that merely swallow you whole, ORION: Dino Horde exists on a strange difficulty spectrum.

So long as one uses the support class, and uses the turrets on the backs of the vehicles you can ride, the game seems relatively easy. If you, like me, decide to explore what else the game has to offer, you'll run back to your support class/turret combo relatively quickly, as you find that the world of dino horde is quite a cruel one indeed.

Dino Horde makes me sad. It could have been a good game. It was built upon a decent concept, but clearly never recieved the love and attention it needed. Instead, we have an unbalanced, poorly optimized game, that crashes extremely frequently, and lunges back and forth between mind numbingly easy, and brain-searingly difficult.

My suggestion? Go play Tom Clancy's Phantoms if you want a game similar to Dino Horde.
ORION: Dino Horde will go the way of the dinosaurs soon enough.

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74 of 116 people (64%) found this review helpful
124.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
When this was Orion: Dino Horde, I would have recommended this game.

Most of my time spent playing this game was when it was under the previous title, and I throughly enjoyed my time with the game during that time. I randomly decided to try it once more, after its update to the new title to see if it was still okay.

The menu UI for the game, with the transition, feels like it under went a 15+ year regression compared to what it was previously. They had a fairly sleek UI previously, that overall looked decent for a modern age game, and it functioned well enough, and now the new UI looks like something that might have been taken straight out of the late 90s, maybe early 2000s.

Aside from that, the views while in the game, at least to me, went from feeling like a decent first/third shooter to feeling just cramped. I could be wrong on what I recall on this point, but I remember having a wider field of vision for both first and third person views, and even as a spectator floating around, I recall a wider view than what is shown.

On the positive side, it is still a good game for the price.. it just feels more deserving of that price now, instead of feeling like an amazing game for the price. If you need something to entertain you for a couple of hours, this will certainly do it, especially for the price on it.
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136 of 232 people (59%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
Killed everyone with only a knife and 200 ping.
Amazing.
21/10
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34 of 50 people (68%) found this review helpful
13.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
So I see a ton of reviews stating that "This game is fun! This game is Awesome!! Best Co-oop ever!", but none of them give you any details at all. I see some that do, but it annoys me that they put up a 'release' video that has multiple reviews doing just what I hate. Don't get me wrong though, I do love the idea of showing the communities love for a game by putting their name on the video, but at the same time it's bad. I'll get to the point though, the review of the game via pro and con list.

Pros:
The game is 0.99c.
It has co-op in so many ways.
It has pvpve.
it has hordes of dinos.
It is satisfying to kill a bunch of dinos with a big gun/tank.
There are lots of weapons.
Conquest mode has a very interesting concept.
It has the old announcer styled "Double Kill, Triple Kill, ect".

Cons:
There is a bug that allows your "Private" server to become a public server without warning.
There is no way to change the audio for the Dino's seperately from the other audio so if your game volume isn't low the T-rex will kill your ears.
For all the guns, there are really only about 10 you will ever use.
If one person is killing all the dinos they get all the money, and can share it, but usually won't since the good weapons cost so much.
Getting a tank is a savior just as much as a death wish, as you can die in seconds to anything larger than the acid spitting dinos.(T-rex, stega, ect.)
Getting stuck on spots is very likely.
The tank's machine gun is ear ♥♥♥♥ much like the large dino roars.
The Mech is awesome looking but will die even faster than a jeep without a gun will.
There are turrets, but they only last for 60seconds.
They have an apc that does tons more damage than the tank, and has seats that are supposed to allow passangers to shoot from, but they do not, and it has a main gun that was apparently taken out so the main weapon has a non-functional cannon on it now.
The most viable way of killing dinos is running them over, but that will get you far far far less credits so you will be less useful versus large dinos.
There are still other bugs that have not been adressed.
Controllers still do not function properly with the game.
The new update has brought in even more bugs than before it seems.
This is supposedly the 3rd time the game has been 'redone' or whatever they would like to call it, and the ammount of change is so pitifully small that it's not worth mentioning.

So after putting all that in, I'll say this for my final words. I have played the game quite a bit, I'm lvl20+, which I didn't put as a pro or con because I didn't think of it as especially one or the other. I have used most of the weapons except for a select few that I just have not wanted to use at all. I've played all the co-op maps so far for survival and conquest. I can say this from my experience. I would not pay 99c to play this game. It is fun for a short while, but after you get frustrated with it, and after you realize how buggy and glitchy the game is. You and your friends will quickly move onto other games, and the fact that they have renamed it(for reasons I didn't look into as I didn't really care.) along side pricing it at 99c now, makes me feel like they have possibly given up on fixing anything with it, and just want to squeeze this lemon for it's last drops of juice. They put out a fancy trailer that recognizes the positive short review from the community, and left it at that.
So I say keep your dollar, and buy something else. This game will most likely rot in your steam library like it has mine. It has become that game that me and a few friends play for about 1hour every 2-3 months then forget it again because we hate the bugs and glitches.
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28 of 40 people (70%) found this review helpful
14.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 1
Yes, buy this game. Its Killing floor + Halo + Turok.
It has its flaws, but the devs seem devoted and are present on the steam forums. If you played this game in beta and not again(like me) give it another shot, it is now playable(LoL) and quite awesome. The difference is uncanny. I reinstalled it yesterday and I'm already level 11. It never felt like grinding.
Buy a four pack, get some friends who will play installed and have a blast together.

For me the biggest con is the limited players. That easy to solve though, buy and play this WAY under priced game.
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32 of 49 people (65%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
This game? This game is awesome. It costs only 0.79$. Thats pretty cheap for a game like that.
Lots of features, funny gameplays, multiplayer matchmaking super fast and lots more.
Verry nice co-op with friends. Totally worth the money. But it!
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192 of 343 people (56%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 12
"Open the door, get on the floor"
"Everybody walk the dinosaur. "

-11/10 would walk the dinosaur
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
42.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
I enjoyed it since the dino horde update. It's like a mixture of killing floor, halo and dinosaurs, sounds silly but it's a really fun game to play with your friends. Good graphics, no story mode(single player), 5 different difficulties, pvp and co-op mods, three classes and many equipments to choose from, vehicles, simple serverlists, simple level system that rewards you boosts, ''starting weapons'' and more. This game is worth more than the price says, grab it and share with your friends! :)
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27 of 42 people (64%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 15
My friends call this game "The good game because it's so bad".
A bare mininum shooter game with surprisingly good varity of weaponry.
Expect glitches and bugs because it's not a triple A game.
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