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Dino murder mode coming to Project Blackout


4:15 PM on 07.12.2011



Project Blackout, an MMO of the  first-person shooter variety, is a free-to-play game by SG Interactive (formerly Ntreev). As is the case with FPS games, there is a lot of killing with a variety of weapons, but this game will soon feature a mode involving the slaughter of dinosaurs with bullets.

Dino mode will, as you can see in this shiny new trailer, pit players against the nastier variety of prehistoric monsters. It almost reminds me of Jurassic Park 2, except you get to use rocket launchers to shoot the T-Rex in his ugly reptilian face. If you are curious about what Project Blackout has to offer, trying the game is as easy as downloading it, and before too long it will offer dino murder.






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