Dinosaur D-Day Propaganda Posters

A marketing campaign from Steam, about this Source-powered, team-based multiplayer PC game in which the Nazis have resurrected dinosaurs. It’s currently in beta, with the final version coming April 8th.

Nazis and Dinosaurs you say? Cool!

There are 19 more propaganda posters to check out – HERE



bima86 March 22, 2011 at 01:30 am

hahaha.. this ought to be worth to play for a while :p
what is this game called ?? steam ?? will check it out when it’s released :D

Jeff March 22, 2011 at 06:01 am

Game is called Dino D-Day, http://store.steampowered.com/app/17780/?snr=1_4_4__13
Steam is a digital delivery system by Valve software.

Short gameplay video here: http://www.youtube.com/user/dinodday

Ed March 22, 2011 at 04:10 pm


Think of a sort of iTunes but for games, and things go on sale all the time (I mean sale like right now there’s a couple big games for 75% off), and you can download them as many times as you like, and use your account on as many computers as you care to, and it keeps track of stats and achievements, and an awesome community/friends system, and voice chat even in games that don’t support it, and IM client that works in-game as well as an in-game web browser, automatic updates and patches, and it’s all free to use, you just pay for the game(s). Steam is the best thing to happen to gaming since… ever. Console gamers are missing out. I can’t stand to try to use Microsoft’s Live “service.”

All that aside, I have been really excited for this game. The whole ridiculous aspect of it just really makes it look awesome. It’s been in my Steam wishlist since I discovered it. Plus it’s Source so it will be easy to run.

Jeff March 22, 2011 at 05:52 pm

The PS3 will be getting Steamworks so not all console gamers will be missing out.
Plus, when Portal 2 comes out, if you own it on the PC, you will have access to it on the console along with PS3 owners having access to Portal 2 on the PC.

Ed March 22, 2011 at 07:44 pm

True but they are getting Steam because Valve uses it to help prevent piracy too. There are not (yet) any games available through Steam that will run on a PS3. It remains to be seen if Sony will allow full downloadable games from Steam on the PS3, as that would, in theory, be in competition with their own PSN system for delivering content.

But yeah, with Portal 2, if you purchase it anywhere, for any platform, you get it for every platform it’s on (PC, Mac, and PS3). Valve is just a good company like that.

Link P March 22, 2011 at 03:21 pm

Excellent! We are one step closer to my longtime dream of Rainbow Six: Jurassic Park!

Hawk March 22, 2011 at 07:02 pm

I love the subltle touches the artist put on these posters. Notice how all of the German posters are darker, more muted colors, and it just adds an automatic “evil” impression to them.

Ed March 22, 2011 at 07:51 pm

Whoever did it took some art history. As a graphic designer, I can tell you, that’s how it actually was back then too. The US generally used realistic images in brighter colors to convey thoughts like glory and victory. German designers of the time, as well as most designers in Europe then, were “ahead” of the American designers with more symbolic and artistic representations of ideas through shape and color, focusing more on ideas like duty and loyalty.

bima86 March 23, 2011 at 01:08 am

hahaha.. I saw the trailer video, I was like WTF ?? NO WAY !! :D
you can throw a bunny wabbit to distract the dinos, or fight the dinos bare-hand ??
lots of laugh to watch.. :)

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