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Ashley Davis says:

Gentleman Dinosaur: Concept Art and Poppycock

// Submitted @ 10:40 PM on 05.07.2008


In my humble opinion, Gentleman Dinosaur is a game that must be made. I, however, have limited skills and can only go so far as to take the creative side of things and run with it.

This is what I imagine Gentleman Dinosaur would be.


Pictured are three of the characters that live within the world of Gentleman Dinosaur:

Count Velociraptor, a very wealthy, snooty dinosaur who dislikes pretty much everything besides himself, but especially Dappersaurus Rex. Regardless of his greediness, he actually came upon his fortune through hard work, which makes him a sort of good guy.

Dappersaurus Rex, whose very important looking mustache is indeed real, and was painstakingly grown by Dappersaurus as a labor of love. As long as it remains perched on the end of his snout, he is the leader of the dinosaurs according to the Law of Mustache.

William Pompasaur III is the last fellow, a docile brontosaurus. He enjoys quiet activities, such as reading the business section of the paper, riding old fashioned bicycles with the one giant wheel in the front, and pressing his ties.

Not pictured is Houtecouturedactyl, an avid lover of aviation, particularly the piloting of hot air balloons. Why would a dinosaur capable of flight enjoy ballooning? Because it's just so much more sophisticated, of course!

Compete against the other Gentleman Dinosaurs on your way up to the top rung of the social ladder, or defend your title as Dappersaurus Rex! Gentleman Dinosaur is a thrilling game of fisticuffs and have-at-you-sirs, coming to the Sega 32X this never.
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