This is a game in which you either shoot **** and dinosaurs, or are **** and dinosaurs. Truly, a well designed game, that is perfect for playing with friends. Dinosaurs always make a quality game anyway, so you know it'll be good. I'd give it a 10/10, fun for the whole family. Also, **** are bad.
This game is a fun class-based "fps" (many of the Dino's are melee only), the teams are a little unbalanced but they switch every round. The graphics are comparable to Counter-Strike: Source, which isn't always a bad thing. The Micro-raptor and Compsognathus (or Compy) are very difficult to hit as the Allies, which can be very frustrating when you cant hit the thing that is killing you.
Over all it is a good game but it still has room for Improvement.
It is a fun game, and I have spent hours playing it with my friends and family. Some of the negative critiques of the game are justified, but the biggest problem with the game I have found is that not enough people play. The controls for the unique classes seem awkward at first but it is easy to adapt to them. I also have not found the classes imbalanced or the gameplay unoriginal. I wish more people played the game, I would recommend it for the price i payed (5 USD). For the amount of enjoyment I have gotten out of the 40 hours I've played the game thus far it's been more then worth it.
There are many obvious flaws, not only in design but in actual appealing terms. The game is decent enough to play for a few hours before you say: "I'm not playing this again." Eventually you come back and pick it up for a little while longer. But, it's not that great. The idea of having dinosaurs in the '**** era' sounds kind of stupid anyway. Sure enough, it didn't provide much fun for more than a few hours. 4/10
Though fun at times, Dino D-day is repetitive, suffers from class balancing issues and is very one sided towards the Axis. Though I have no problems with the graphics, the maps look very sluggish and are very unmemorable. The dinosaurs add nothing to the game bar more balancing issues and a a taunting animation that was a bit funny, but nothing special. The £6.99 asking price from steam is a joke considering Day of Defeat: Source is the same price and is several times better than Dino D-day. This game left me wanting to play a good source first person shooter such as Day of Defeat, Counter Strike or even Team Fortress Classic.
SummaryThe year is 1942. Adolf Hitler has succeeded in resurrecting dinosaurs. The reptilian horde has trampled Europe and the Mediterranean. Can nothing stop the Nazis dinosaur army?
Dino D-Day is a frantic, action-packed multiplayer game that transports you to a World War II that should have been. You and your friends can battle online cho...