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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Ralok
Ralok Dec 27 2009, 9:16pm buried:

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To much jurrassic park in this guy, do something to seperate it from those version, give it bumpier skin, or feathers.

Something

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Brygelsmack
Brygelsmack Dec 30 2009, 7:39am replied:

Ralok, currently this is how we think the T-Rex looked like. It wasn't Jurrassic Park who invented the look, it's free for everyone to use.

And feathers? C'mon man, haha.

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20sentryfox
20sentryfox Jan 5 2014, 3:36pm replied:

Aaaand what's funny about dinosaurs having feathers cod fanboy ?

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Rain0
Rain0 Dec 28 2009, 9:08am says:

Oh please feathers on a t-rex? Ralok shut up its their great game sides jurassic park was awsome

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20sentryfox
20sentryfox Jan 5 2014, 4:14pm replied:

I hope poeple like you get killed by a cassowary.

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mnartiss
mnartiss Dec 29 2009, 3:30pm says:

lol, feathers : D

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MirzaGhalib
MirzaGhalib Jan 2 2010, 5:18pm says:

I've heard speculation that the t-rex may have indeed had feathers or some sort of fur. I'm sure there are many different hypotheses. It has also recently been fairly well accepted that most dinos were actually warm-blooded. I never would have imagined that that was the case, but it just goes to show how little we actually know.

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MirzaGhalib
MirzaGhalib Nov 19 2010, 11:02pm says:

I hate to revive the feathered dino debate, but Ralok does have a point. It's pretty well-accepted now that many dinosaurs had plumage. Here's one of many articles on the subject: Nytimes.com

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mikejkelley
mikejkelley Dec 2 2010, 12:31am says:

Early Tyrannosaurids had protofeathers. The larger species would not need (wouldn't add to mobility/insulation/trapping/display) and therefore probably wouldn't have feathers.

Deinonychus (inspiration for the raptors) however, did have feathers. It would be great to see such accuracy demonstrated in a video game.

Not for nothing, a game whose entire storyline consists of "it all happened because of an experiment gone awry" as a thinly veiled way to obscure its' Jurassic Park origins would do well to distinguish itself with paleontological accuracy.

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neiljongallagher@yah
neiljongallagher@yah Apr 5 2011, 7:23am says:

Hello

Could show us the UV unrap, I am having some problems with my characters on the seams.

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neiljongallagher@yah
neiljongallagher@yah Apr 5 2011, 7:28am says:

Also what size are your textures?

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