Multiplayer shooters are a dime a dozen these days, so it's rare for me to see one while browsing Steam that catches my eye instantly. Dino D-Day was one of these games: a class-based shooter focused on, you guessed it, dinosaurs fighting alongside humans in World War II. With a concept that awesome, and such a low price on the Steam sale, I had to be crazy not to pick it up. However, is it any good? It's decent enough... With a catch. This source mod shooter has you pick either Axis or Allies and then from multiple classes. The Axis have more dinosaurs, while the Allies have more humans. Honestly, the game may as well be dinosaurs vs humans, as most of the Axis humans are reskins of allied classes. Every human comes with two weapons, a deployable, and a melee, all of which have their own uses. Sniper rifles are good for long range, sub machine guns work at mid range, and the trench gun can absolutely tear enemies up at a close range. My personal favorite was the flamethrower, which can easily kill almost any opponent in just a quick burst. Each character has their own unique backstory, and the story is further told in between loading screens via newspapers. The story is more interesting and investing than any game about dinosaurs in World War II has a right to be, giving each class a unique backstory. From the vengeful sniper Ilona Vike to the American dino Trigger, each character has enough detail to them to make them stick with you, even after the game ends.