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1. The game "Carnivores" did the same thing in part 2, except Carnivores had a reason. They actually pulled it good with their raptor-sized allosaurus and almost t-rex sized ceratosaurus. Judging from the fact they made ceratosaurus into a cool and scary thing (a giant mutated dinosaur with a Joker smile and an aura of a dragon. Nuff said), i think the problem was less the inaccuracy and more the malwritten plot. JP raptors were actually half realistic. Give them feathers and correct posture of the wrists and you got practically the same movie in the same quality. In "Posdonllo" there won't be any of inaccurities, unless it's stated to be an anomaly/evolution. But yeah. I share your frustration (anger is a strong word). At least they could choose a more dangerous dinosaur for the big predator role, or a more raptor-like (Ice Age 33 did it with Guanlong. It acutally came good for them).
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1. The game "Carnivores" did the same thing in part 2, except Carnivores had a reason. They actually pulled it good with their raptor-sized allosaurus and almost t-rex sized ceratosaurus. Judging from the fact they made ceratosaurus into a cool and scary thing (a giant mutated dinosaur with a Joker smile and an aura of a dragon. Nuff said), i think the problem was less the inaccuracy and more the malwritten plot. JP raptors were actually half realistic. Give them feathers and correct posture of the wrists and you got practically the same movie in the same quality. In "Posdonllo" there won't be any of inaccurities, unless it's stated to be an anomaly/evolution. But yeah. I share your frustration (anger is a strong word). At least they could choose a more dangerous dinosaur for the big predator role, or a more raptor-like (Ice Age 3 did it with Guanlong. It acutally came good for them).
   
 
2. I see Inuyasha as better than Akame Ga Kill, but good luck. Happen to see Death Note?
 
2. I see Inuyasha as better than Akame Ga Kill, but good luck. Happen to see Death Note?

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1. The game "Carnivores" did the same thing in part 2, except Carnivores had a reason. They actually pulled it good with their raptor-sized allosaurus and almost t-rex sized ceratosaurus. Judging from the fact they made ceratosaurus into a cool and scary thing (a giant mutated dinosaur with a Joker smile and an aura of a dragon. Nuff said), i think the problem was less the inaccuracy and more the malwritten plot. JP raptors were actually half realistic. Give them feathers and correct posture of the wrists and you got practically the same movie in the same quality. In "Posdonllo" there won't be any of inaccurities, unless it's stated to be an anomaly/evolution. But yeah. I share your frustration (anger is a strong word). At least they could choose a more dangerous dinosaur for the big predator role, or a more raptor-like (Ice Age 3 did it with Guanlong. It acutally came good for them).

2. I see Inuyasha as better than Akame Ga Kill, but good luck. Happen to see Death Note?

3. It does give Indoraptor vibes. Speaking of raptor creatures: In the second novel there's one raptor (probably the alpha) who adapted disturbingly human gestures (moving its hands to do more than just ripping prey, eating chocolate and stuff). Does this indicate on evolving toward some sort of dino-human (i go with the assumption dinosaurs will keep on evolving if they'll come back to life, like in Posdonllo), or the other way around as a warning to what the mankind can become in case of stop thinking/keep the right norms/send the brain to the slaughter house?

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