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Ghost Of Tsushima dev is making a samurai dinosaur game

Dan Lipscombe

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Ghost Of Tsushima dev is making a samurai dinosaur game

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Did someone say samurai dinosaurs? A developer who worked on Ghost of Tsushima is now working on a new game and it looks like an absolute blast from the footage out there.

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Jean Nguyen, known as JeanAnimate, has a personal project in creative stages and it's possibly the most bonkers thing you'll see today. The game is called Dino-Sword, which deserves awards for the quality of pun, and you can get a lot from the name.

Ghost of Tsushima also has plenty of swords

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The game is still in early development but if the trailer is anything to go by, I know that I will play the heck out of it. Who thought dinosaurs needed swords? Obviously the herbivores do, so they can fight back against the carnivores and stop being prey. Otherwise, maybe they just have swords because swords are cool?

As a huge dinosaur fan (my favourite is the Stegosaurus, thanks for asking) and a fan of sword combat, I can only expect good things from such a crossover. In the footage we see a gorgeous mist rolling through an empty rocky area, a spinosaurus clutching a gigantic sword in its jaws facing off against a much larger spinosaurus who seems to be unarmed from what we can see through the mist.

I really hope this is an actual game, rather than just a fun video. We need more farcical nonsense in gaming and this seems to be nudging into the same sphere as Crab Champions, which pits shotgun-wielding crabs against each other. If it could be multiplayer too, it would be a dream.

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Nothing beats animals holding weapons, it walks a fine line between adorable and all out violence. Even in the recent party game, Party Animals, where a corgi can bash an otter with a frying pan, the visuals lead to plenty of laughs.

More animals with weapons, but also, more dinosaur games, please.

Topics: Ghost Of Tsushima

Dan Lipscombe
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