Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 42 / 100
Experience the future as never before. Make use of Jetpacks, Medic Guns, Cloaking Devices and equip yourself with state-of-the-art weapons ranging from Shotguns, Machine Guns, Rocket Launchers, Laser Rifles.
If that isn’t enough then simply tear up the environments in a number of vehicles ranging from Hover Bikes, Buggies, Mechs, Tanks and VTOL’s.
|Controller Online Dinosaurs, Jetpacks, and online co-op. Regardless of anything else, that was enough to lure me in to playing Spiral Game Studios recently released First-Person Shooter, Orion: Dino Beatdown. What I soon found out was that even though the game was on the brink of greatness in many ways, it was far from it as a whole. Read Full Review||60/100|
|PixelatedMonster In it’s current state, Orion: Dino Beatdown is a solid product with lots of potential hindered by technical issues. If you and four of your friends are looking for a new co-op game and have patience to play it in it’s current state, I say go for it. You can do much worse for $9.99 or $8.99 if you buy it before May 11th. For everyone else, wait for a couple more patches. Read Full Review||60/100|
|IGM In this world of strife and chaos, where petty arguments are often the cause of all mankind’s ills, there is but one constant, one undeniable fact that transcends human ignorance and unites us all as one race. That fact? Dinosaurs. Are. Really. Really. Awesome! And hey, you know what else is awesome? Futuristic space guns. Also awesome? Badass jetpacks! So with that in mind, imagine my awe when I first laid eyes on Orion: Dino Beatdown; dinosaurs, space guns and jetpacks together at last? The ultimate tag-team has arrived! Alone they are strong, but when this Holy Trinity of Cool™ is finally united under one banner, they become quite naff apparently. Read Full Review||30/100|
|IGN If shooting waves of dinosaurs with some of your best buddies sounds like fun, then you should probably start working on a time machine right now so you can actually travel to the Pleistocene and have at it. You’re much, much more likely to have fun doing that than you are playing Orion: Dino Beatdown, a broken, ugly looking, poorly designed mess of a game that has about as much to do with entertainment as bathroom-stall scrawling does with poetry. Read Full Review||20/100|
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, Casual, Racing
Developer: Spiral Game Studios
Publisher: Spiral Game Studios
Release Date: 4 May 2012