Manufacturer: SegaYear of Release: 2008
Primeval Hunt is a dinosaur themed first person shoot-em-up from Sega. Using light gun hardware and a lot of nerve, the player must lock on to ten different species, using wit, stamina and strategy to bring the dinos down. Armed with a pump-action shot gun, he or she must explore the ruins and think fast in their quest to hunt down their enemy.
The game has 12 different levels, and three different weapon modes. The dinosaurs roam around the lush, green play field, enjoying the idyllic surroundings and minding their own business. But beware: any dinosaur that's disturbed is capable of attack, so you'll need to be on your guard and ready to react in a split second.
The standard edition of the Primeval Hunt arcade machine comes with a 29 inch screen and dinosaur theming around the cabinet. The Deluxe version comes with a much larger screen and similar dinosaur theming. At the base, theres a secondary touch screen display showing maps and supplementary material.
Primeval Hunt was originally released to the arcade and amusement trade industry in 2008 and was a huge hit - indeed you can probably still find the game in many family amusement centres, arcade venues and cinema foyers.
This cabinet was originally used in this type of commercial environment. When you place your order with Liberty Games we will take the game out of storage and put it on the shop floor at our HQ in Epsom, London where our technicians will fully recondition the game.
This process involves our technical staff fully testing all the component parts to ensure it is in fully working order as well as cleaning the machine and making any repairs that may be needed. As this is a previously used product please be aware that there will be signs of cosmetic wear evident when it is viewed.
We can supply this game to you for use in the commercial environment it was designed for, or we can set it up as a "freeplay" game that would make a stunning addition to a home games room or communal area such as an office breakout area or college common room.
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