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Dino D-Day beta and full release now on for March


6:30 PM on 02.22.2011
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Team-based multiplayer games with playable dinosaurs? Why yes, this is a trend I'll happily support. Enter Dino D-Day, which we previously touched upon ever so briefly. It's got World War II with Nazi dinosaurs and that's essentially all you need to know about that.

800 North and Digital Ranch have pinpointed a release date for Steam: March 29. This initial offering will consist of five maps and three game modes, but the intention is to add on to those totals and increase the number of playable characters through free updates.

Lastly, for those down with the DDD, there's a beta looming on the horizon. It's starting on March 1 and will be limited to 1,000 lucky people. Keep an eye on the official site for details on how to score a key.






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