Primal Carnage Previews - PC

Primal Carnage
Game Description: Primal Carnage is an asymmetrical online-multiplayer class-based game of humans versus dinosaurs. Choose to play as either side and prepare to engage in a heart-pounding, fun, and visceral experience of combat, stealth, strategy, and survival. Hunt and be hunted!
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    Primal Carnage "Character Classes" Gameplay Preview Video

    It's dinosaurs versus humans, however, before you choose which side you'll be on, find out the different character classes in the game as Garrett Austin, Assistant Producer at Lukewarm Media, gives you a preview of their game, Primal Carnage.

    Posted: Aug 13, 2012 | 9,562 Views | 13:16

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    Primal Carnage Hands-on Impressions -- Welcome to Jurassic Hunting Park

    Dinosaurs, dudes with guns, dinosaurs eating dudes with guns, Primal Carnage has it all! See why we're jonesing for this Jurassic shooter in our first hands-on look.

    Posted: Apr 9, 2012

  • Primal Carnage Official Launch Trailer

    Posted: October 30, 2012

    1,221 Views | 02:02

  • Primal Carnage "Raptor & Trapper" Character Showcase Trailer

    Posted: August 23, 2012

    7,647 Views | 02:30

  • 30 Seconds of Awesome: Primal Carnage

    Posted: August 22, 2012

    4,604 Views | 00:50

  • Primal Carnage "Character Classes" Gameplay Preview Video

    Posted: August 13, 2012

    9,562 Views | 13:16

  • Primal Carnage Alpha Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: May 8, 2012

    9,217 Views | 02:08


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