In Pokémon, capturing and battling monsters was only a part of the experience. Serious training often meant breeding creatures that could create more formidable beasts. Soon, you’ll be able to do something very similar in Ark: Survival Evolved...but with dinosaurs.
When Horizon: Zero Dawn was announced at E3 by the makers of Killzone, what most people focused on were the big robot dinosaurs. Which, you know...fair enough. But the landscape and skies are bringing something awesome to the table too. Let’s take a look.
Have you encountered a bug, glitch, or hack while playing Steam’s hottest new dinosaur game? You might be sitting on $100.
Finally, my life-long fantasy of hunting dinosaurs as a T-Rex can come true.
We've told you a lot about The Stomping Land, the great survival game that looks like a cross between DayZ and Jurassic Park. But now, with this new trailer, you can see a lot of the stuff we've written about before in action.
It'll be hard to be a pet in a household where one of these smart, remote-controlled baby dino robots can run around freely. While the one in the clip is just an early prototype, Spin Master's robot dino will be able to perform a lot of cool tricks when it arrives sometime this fall.
In a world where dinosaurs roam the earth, the biggest threats players will face might not be fearsome creatures like a T-Rex, but rather the cruel hearts of other hunters.
Dinosaurs make everything better—and racing games are no exception.
For some reason, dinosaurs wearing high-fashion hats slide across the screen if you enter the Konami Code on the British Vogue website.
Hail Rule Britannia, I guess.
Last time we took a look at The Stomping Land—that DayZ-like survival game, only with dinosaurs—we learned about the general ideas behind the game. This time around, we have a couple of videos which detail hunting tactics, setting up camp, and customization options and more.
"You are a hunter, and your primary source of food is dinosaur meat." Sounds simple, right?
A month ago we got the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park, and a few weeks later we got Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon featuring dinosaurs of all kinds shining under neon lights. This happy coincidence provides us with an opportunity to gather some of the most amazing video games that have dinosaurs stomping around inside them.
First we found a futuristic easter egg in Battlefield 3's End Game DLC. Now we have something a bit more...prehistoric.
Why are you sitting on your ass reading a website when you could be sitting on a dinosaur while wearing a cowboy hat and shooting lasers? Why do I even have to ask a question like this?
It's fun enough to walk down the street, but you know what's probably more fun? Walking down the street in a huge animatronic T-Rex costume, as demonstrated in this video from Roman Atwood.
You've fought Nazis, and you've fought Dinosaurs, but have you fought Nazi dinosaurs? You can now, with Dino D-Day, a new Half-Life 2 mod from Digital Ranch Interactive.