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Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt

Digital Dreams Entertainment
Jun 1, 2021 - Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
Generación Xbox
6.5 / 10
Screen Rant
2 / 5
6 / 10
Rapid Reviews UK
3 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt

‎Despite the fact that its technical section is not up to the current titles, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt entertained me a lot and led me to want to surpass myself in each scenario to get several trophies to exhibit in the virtual room that the game creates for that purpose. It would definitely be a lot more enjoyable if some graphical details were superior or if the variety of dinosaurs were greater, but the title is entertaining and simple to play, especially if you have little time during the day to take a quick game between work meetings and other obligations.‎

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I like the overall concept, as hunting down dinosaurs while trying not to get killed by your so-called “prey” is fun and unique. I even liked the Nintendo 64-era sound effects, which brought an odd sense of nostalgia. On the other hand, I was bummed with unbelievably dated graphics and lethargic progression system.

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Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt is at heart a hunting simulation. It sees the hunter, i.e you, entering multiple ecosystems while hunting one of the many different dinosaurs to take down and claim as your trophy. In the process you earn gems, which is one of main currencies in the game. This will allow you to purchase guns, upgrades and perks. Each environment is slightly different from the last. Some take place at different times of the day with some slightly different effects, like fog for example.

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