Tag Archives: lukewarm media
Wed, Apr 03, 2013 | 10:25 BST
Primal Carnage: Genesis developer Lukewarm Media has released a new Unreal Engine 4 trailer of its PC and PS4 dinosaur blaster into the wild. Clever girls…
Tue, Jan 22, 2013 | 21:17 GMT
Primal Carnage’s new free game mode, Get to the Chopper, is now available through Steam. In it, the Human team needs to reach set checkpoints in dino-territory on their way to an extraction helicopter, bypassing and killing as best they can the local prehistoric residents. It will be a bit tough as a Spinosaurus is on the prowl. The new mode takes place on the jungle-themed Downpour map where layers will not only have to make it to the chopper, but “radio the helicopter pilot at one checkpoint and turn on a fuel valve at another before making a mad dash to their rescue awaiting them at the landing pad.” In addition, the DLC also includes a modified Docks map, with additional maps to follow. Shots are below.
Fri, Nov 16, 2012 | 08:54 GMT
Primal Carnage, the multiplayer game that sees dinosaurs and humans battling it out in what can only be described as a Jurassic Park enthusiast’s waking dream, is getting free DLC. The ‘Get To the Chopper’ pack will be offered gratis by developer Lukewarm Media. Get the details below.
Tue, Oct 30, 2012 | 06:05 GMT
I’m aware that Primal Carnage also allows you to play as a human but look at this trailer; that guy is a pteranodon. And that one is a raptor. There’s a tyrannosaurus rex running around the battlefield. I wash my hands of anyone who still wants an assault rifle instead of the full fury of reptilian nature.
Thu, Oct 25, 2012 | 00:49 BST
Prmal Carnage’s release date has been locked down with bare days to spare.
Wed, May 09, 2012 | 00:42 BST
You guys know what a “squee” is, right? Having just watched a video of a squad based multiplayer game in which you can be a freaking dinosaur, I feel I understand it better than ever. Check out this delicious Primal Carnage footage; I doubt you will be sorry.
Sat, Feb 05, 2011 | 19:20 GMT
Lukewarm Media is teaming up with EVGA in a partnership which “aims to create a graphically stunning product that pushes the boundaries of current video game technology.” In other words, a really pretty game where you run around shooting a bunch of dinosaurs.