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There are certain immutable truths to existence. Toast will always fall on expensive carpet butter side down. Nobody really knows what cats want. Little boys have a near complete fascination with dinosaurs. It's the latter of these observations that Ubisoft’s concentrated on for its latest entry in the Combat Of Giants series. We’ve previously seen Ubisoft unleash Dragons and but this release returns to the most gigantic of earth’s creatures, the dinosaurs. Although the Giant Sequoia could probably give them a run for their money, but a combat game featuring gigantic trees might not be that exciting. Still, we're copyrighting the idea right now, just in case Ubisoft comes calling.
Dinosaur Strike is a combat game with a slight resemblance to Nintendo's excellent Super Smash Bros Brawl, with a simple choice of only two attack moves — light and heavy — for each dinosaur you choose. The range on offer is extensive with a total of eighteen available dinosaur species to choose from. Different dinosaurs adopt different poses and strike with different body parts, and we've got to admit that the little boy inside us was initially wowed by the sight of these massive lumbering beasts having a go at each other.