Yeah its ok. I think all the ideas are really good, and I can’t complain about more dinos being added (ESP Amphibians), but I think the limiting criteria is that Ludia has to Model all the potential dinos, which can be a bust if not much is known about full bone structure, or even diet. Thus Ludia plays it safe with the more completed dinos. Else they risk with another Metriorhynchus situation.
This is a great point, especially that lately some scientists suggest that oxalaia actually falls into the genus spinosaurus aegyptiacus, and not only oxalaia, sigilmassasaurus stopped existing as well (although some scientists still disagree with that)
However, they aren’t really that careful, are they? They added ostafrikasaurus which is only known from the fossilized teeth, and it’s also a rather doubtful specimen.
The oxalia and spino synonymous theory is already confirmed to be inconsistent. Speaking of sigilmassasaurus there is a examination of a unusual vertebrae that indicates that a seccond species of spinosaur existed in kem kem so sigilmassasaurus has a chance of existence