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Primal Carnage – Humans VS Dinosaurs

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Primal Carnage is an upcoming multiplayer first person shooter where the player takes the role of humans or dinosaurs.

It is being developed by the new indie studio Luke Warm Media who also developing the “Light Spire: Fortunes Web” mod for Crysis (which might became a stand alone game some time in the future, currently the development is on hold).

Primal Carnage is planned to be released for GNU/Linux as well as other platforms.
Dinosaurs have been unleashed on an old military controlled island due to an experiment gone awry. A team of mercenaries have been dispatched to contain the threat.

Primal Carnage is a multiplayer first person shooter where players must work as a team to complete game mode dependent objectives. In Primal Carnage, you can play as one of two factions: dinosaurs or humans. Both are filled with special unique classes and abilities that complement and contrast each other.

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re: primal carnage

You'd think game studies would have learned their lessons from Duke Nuke'm Forever, but noooooooooooo, here's Luke Warm Media (what an app choice of names) making a big old announcement and they have basically NOTHING but a few mockups to show.

Let me know when they have even ONE MAP worth of game play, then maybe they actually can (and will) produce a game that makes it out to the public.

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