If you consider yourself a hardcore gamer, this wont be for you, or our resident eSport nut, Kyle. But if you’ve little tykes at home then Gigantosaurus: The Game could be a great way to spend some down time with the kids. The weather isn’t always good enough for picnics and outdoor play…
Based on the hit Netflix series, Gigantosaurus: The Game let’s players explore and race across the prehistoric world of Gigantosaurus in a game that is part saving the world, part really racing. You’ll race, solve puzzles, and explore with the characters from the show.
“This new game represents a big step for us and the creation of high-quality kids’ interactive entertainment,” said Terry Malham CEO of Outright Games. “Working closely with Cyber Group Studios and the full gamut of original assets from the hit show, allowed us to develop a game that truly feels like playing through an episode of the series.”
“Gigantosaurus The Game is our first video game with Outright Games. All along the development process, we have been thrilled by the talent and expertise of the production team”, comment Thierry Braille, Vice President Interactive and Videogame Division and Dominique Bourse COO Cyber Group Studios “The result is a great and innovative game for the whole family mixing action adventure and racing and offering 2 multi-player modes (cooperative and competitive). This feature will allow families to play together with the key characters of the TV series. ”
- Become a Fearless Leader- Join dino buddies Rocky, Tiny, Mazu and Bill on a daring quest to help Giganto and escape extinction
- Dino Racing – Hop in your race kart for a super rally to reach the next adventure zone and find out who’s the fastest dinosaur
- Play Together – You and up to 3 friends can control your favorite dino and create co-operative adventures together
Gigantosaurus: The Game will release on March 27th, 2020 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC.
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