I think i would have bought this game based on the premise alone - Dinosaurs from the future (with guns) travel into the past to fight robots and other dinosaurs (that don't have guns). I've only had a little while to play it, but so far i'm pretty impressed. It's kind of close to that "Star Fox" style shooter we've all been dreaming about, except you have free roaming instead of being stuck on a rail. Instant death from bumping into objects (trees, rocks) is annoying, but the controls seem to work pretty well. You can turn on a tight radius in a pinch, so proper navigation ability will probably come with time. Graphics are nice, if a little muddy and foggy. The frame rate is more then adequate, and I was surprised to see little details like trees catching flame under my laser fire and burning to stumps. The dinosaurs wandering the environment are impressively rendered, though scientifically inaccurate (but considering the premise of the game, science is going out the window). Wondering if anyone else took the plunge and had feelings about the title? I've been on the fence about Pangea, not particularly impressed/disgusted with their offerings, but Nanosaur has left me pleasantly surprised.