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Published on March 29th, 2012 | by Dan

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ORION: Dino Beatdown Coming in April

The devs over at Spiral Game Studios have been hard at work on their two ORION titles for a while now. While the crazy multiplayer ORION: Prelude is still in development, the co-op ORION: Dino Beatdown is almost ready for primetime.

As you might remember, Dino Beatdown is a standalone survival game, similar to Killing Floor. Only with dinosaurs. And jetpacks. Did anyone else just throw money at their monitor? Okay, well you can stop doing that and pick your cash up off the floor because this game finally has a confirmed release date. Less than a month from now on Friday, April 20, you will be able to get ORION: Dino Beatdown on Steam and OnLive for only $9.99.

To go along with this announcement, Spiral has put out a brand new trailer and five in-game screenshots. Check them out below!

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8 Responses to ORION: Dino Beatdown Coming in April

  1. TFriden says:

    is this going to be at MLG?

  2. Ofenlicht says:

    My poor screen. It has scratches from all the money…

  3. Jarsh says:

    The first screen shot looks like something from Halo.

  4. jackkspro says:

    these guys need to get in touch with the guys from Depth and make a game where you can play as the dinosaurs or the people shooting the dinosaurs.

    • Dan nipnops says:

      That game is coming. Orion: prelude is full-on versus MP.

    • Akaitenshi says:

      EW.. think about the possibilities, pre historic sea creatures…
      Giant sharks, sea serpents, kraken, crocodile… hmmm hmmm

  5. Freak0nature says:

    Just take my money!

  6. I’ll just hit up some phat jingo nugs on 4/20 and shoot dinosaurs.

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