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Primal Carnage (pc game)
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Welcome to Jurassic Park

Primal Carnage is an online-only multiplayer shooter that promised much on its release way back in 2012 but which never really lived up to all it could be. It was certainly an intriguing concept which offered a refreshing change from the usual offerings in the genre but ultimately there was just too little content to keep the punters happy. The game takes inspiration from things like Jurassic Park and Turok (and with the recent Evolve taking ideas from this one), with the minimal backstory describing a sudden outbreak of dinosaurs on a remote island and which must be dealt with by sending in human soldiers. What follows is fairly traditional in terms of most of the gameplay elements, with the two factions each having five classes of fighter, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, while a handful of standard modes were also available, including Deathmatch and Capture the Flag (here known as Capture the Egg). Primal Carnage certainly made for a fun change from military shooters and their overly serious nature, and there's no denying that the sheer possibilities presented by dinosaur/human combat made for some wonderfully entertaining matches. There was a decent range of classes and units to try out and mastering them all was quite a challenge. The visuals too were very nice for the time, with some lush environments to explore and appealing character models. However, the novelty value soon wore off, while the lack of content also became obvious, making this a nearly wonderful offering.

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