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Desc:This sequel to the clay-dinosaur fighting game was never released. You'll see why.
Category:Video Games, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:stop-motion, Fighting Games, dinosaurs, Claymation, primal rage
Submitted:Kid Fenris
Date:01/03/13
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Comment count is 17
Caminante Nocturno - 2013-01-03
I loved Primal Rage back in the day. This is simply unforgivable.
Craptabulous - 2013-01-03
Well despite being "sacrilegious" for putting humans in the game, it still might have been kind of a cool game. It's like someone decided to combine the gameplay of Mortal Kombat and Killer Instinct. I don't get all the humans being there, but it doesn't look horrible.

I wonder if they went on to do clayfighter suddenly.
GQ - 2013-01-03
Well, Primal Rage wasn't what you'd call a well designed game. It's real main hook was the dino fighting. Switching it to just fighting humans takes away that single hook.

EvilHomer - 2013-01-03
As the proud owner of War Gods, Bio FREAKS, and Kasumi Ninja, I can safely say I'd buy the hell out of this game.

The humans don't bother me; in fact, the one problem I always had with Primal Rage was that it seemed like a furry enablement tool, like Brutal: Paws of Fury for the Scaley community.

As long as the humans can still eat tiny people and pee on each other, I'd be fine with it.

Toenails - 2013-01-03
You could have just given the dinosaurs weapons. I mean, the ball dropping on that decision really boggles the mind.

And before somebody chimes in with a "A T. Rex with a sword would look stupid", yeah of course it would look stupid. That's why you'd give him nunchucks instead.

EvilHomer - 2013-01-03
TRex's arms aren't long enough for nunchucks, dumbdumb. He'd be smacking himself in the jaw the whole time. You'd have to give him a bo staff, or something else with reach.

Toenails - 2013-01-03
All he'd be able to do with a bo is rush at the opponent and thrust. Gawd, did you even think that through before posting????

What he needs is a weapon that he can twirl and make use of rotational momentum. That's why the only LOGICAL choice for a T. Rex would be nunchucks, duh!

spikestoyiu - 2013-01-03
T-Rex should have a bo staff. Problem solved.

moldprince - 2013-01-03
Give that Rex a pistol. Prehistoric Stryker -- reborn.

duh.

Caminante Nocturno - 2013-01-03
They don't need weapons, dummies. They have projectile attacks.

chumbucket - 2013-01-03
Sequel games should be seen, not heard.
Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2013-01-03
Surprising that someone found an actual working version of this game.

I remember the hype that was surrounding this game with the character previews in the back of the Primal Rage comic book. All of the Avatars (which the human fighters are called) mustered the best Leifeld proportions that the 90s could handle. You were supposed to be able to switch between Avatar and Dino God under some sort of qualifications like Altered Beast.

The only new "Dino God" that saw light in the public was Slashfang, that smilodon monster who was created as a figurine (which I shall unashamedly admit is sitting on my bookshelf.)
themilkshark - 2013-01-03
You could re-do Primal Rage for today's systems, but instead of a 2D fighter it would probably be an action slasher like God of War. I'd play it.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-01-03
This machine may be the only existing completed version of this game.

The dorky teenager in me is squealing with delight.
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-01-08
Definitive proof that humans didn't coexist with dinosaurs.
Suedeo - 2013-01-09
I infer that the cameraperson is the child of the person at the controls, and owns the machine, and likely the facility.
Suedeo - 2013-01-09
-and +who

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