Albertosaurus sacrophagus is nearly identical to Gorgosaurus libratus. Same size, Gorgosaurus is mostly just a little more slender with a slightly larger crest. And the Albertosaurus already has a larger crests than the real Gorgosaurus. They even lived in the same age and location. So what does adding the nearly same dinosaur again with a different name really add to the game? They are even more similar than Triceratops is to Torosaurus.
Most of those are not dinosaurs at all. Some aren't even reptiles, but synapsids/stem-mammals, like Dimetrodon and Placerias.
Oddities pack (in purple)offering weird and interesting species, an Polar forests pack (in pale blue) offering species from Australia and Antarctica, a South American pack (in tan), an Oriental pack (in red) with species from China, Pint sized plant-eaters (in green) for truly small herbivores like the small ornithopods.
Qianzhousaurus- a long snouted tyrannosaur from china (could also fit in the Oriental pack)
Nigerasaurus- bizarre looking diplodocoid with a down turned snout and a wide ended muzzle where all its teeth sat at the front.
I am really hoping that dryosaurus will have a good population tolerance. Would really suck if they made it like that pachys were you can hardly have anything with them.The game could use for some small ornithopod dinosaurs to add some diversity to exhibits without needing lots of space and can handle higher population sizes than the pachys.