If there’s one thing that really upsets me, it is the scientific community’s continued insistence on turning dinosaurs into lame little fuckers. Today brings us news that paleontologists have created the most accurate depiction of a dinosaur in history, which means we now know that the Psittacosaurus was in fact a…
How the dinosaurs went extinct is a contentious topic of endless scientific debate. Were they killed by a giant asteroid, a rash of volcanic eruptions, or some deadly combination of the two? Or, perhaps, we’ve been thinking about the problem all wrong.
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.
The Jurassic World trailer gave us some amazing dinosaur action, but also raised lots of questions. We've broken it down, frame by frame, to try and find some answers. And we need to have a serious discussion about Chris Pratt's raptor biker gang. Wild speculation ahead!
Here it is: the first official trailer to Jurassic World. And once again, we humans just don't know when to stop playing God. "You just went and made a new dinosaur? Probably not a good idea." See for yourself!
Dreadnoughtus is a newly discovered genus of supermassive titanosaurian dinosaur. At 65 tons, it possesses the largest reliably calculable mass of any known land animal. This dinosaur was clearly a badass (a status attested by its very name); but that got us thinking: What would make it even MORE badass?
I'm liking the look of this Jurassic World poster, released today at Comic-Con, despite my extreme prejudice against scientifically inaccurate dinosaurs that have no feathers. Nice to see the dinosaur hanging out in the garbage near a city construction site. Urban raptors are the next logical step.
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.
Japan has just raised the bar on pranks forever. There's putting buckets of water above doorstops, filling someone's cubicle with packing peanuts, and now there's making a dude think he's being chased by an actual fucking velociraptor.
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.