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Jurassic Park - The Game - Xbox 360

3.4 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews
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Rated: Teen
Metascore: 60 / 100
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About the Product

  • A cinematic adventure set during the events of the first Jurassic Park movie
  • Combines fast-paced action, exploration and puzzle-solving
  • Confront T. Rex, Raptors, and other prehistoric beasts in spectacular showdowns
  • Revisit familiar movie locations (such as the scene of Dennis Nedry's death and the Visitor Center)
  • Head deep into the island to reveal new creatures, mysteries and danger

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Product Description

Developed by Telltale Games, the creators of the hit Back to the Future: The Game, Jurassic Park: The Game is a cinematic adventure 65 million years in the making that delivers an authentic, exciting and sometimes scary Jurassic Park experience. Rooted in an original story that expands on the events of the first Jurassic Park movie, the game plays out through the eyes of key characters and progresses through fast-paced action, exploration and puzzle-solving. In-Gen staff marooned on the island, infiltrators sent to steal the Park’s secrets and mercenaries sent to rescue survivors collide, revealing that dinosaurs are not the only thing to worry about in John Hammond’s failed theme park and reserve. In addition to revisiting scenes and creatures seen in the movie, including the mighty T-Rex, cunning Raptors and the scene of Dennis Nedry’s death, players will explore new areas of the park only hinted at in the movie and encounter new prehistoric creatures, freed by Nedry’s greed. Return to Isla Nublar once more in Jurassic Park: The Game.

Product Information

ASIN B005N64U52
Release date November 15, 2011
Customer Reviews
3.4 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,657 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 8 x 1 x 12 inches
Media: Video Game
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This game is by no stretch of the word great. It's clear it was made on a budget as the graphics and animations will point out. However, it's heart is in the right place. If you ever loved Jurassic Park as a kid and want to experience a taste of that magic this is a good buy. I went into this game knowing it was budget and an adventure game to boot and while I find the extensive use of quick time events to be a bit excessive the action scenes and story make up for it. Not to mention you get to explore new parts of the park never before seen in the movies. This game is more like an interactive movie with moments of the point and click adventure games of old. Jurassic Park is not a game for everyone and those unfamiliar with the a fore mentioned adventure games of the 1990's will probably not get into it finding it to archaic in game play terms to be satisfied. People familiar with more modern approaches to this genre such as heavy rain will be in their element as it shares the same genre with out the quality of time and a budget to make it truly great. Here's a quick list for easy dissection of this review.

- Great story and voice acting
- A retro style game for re-living those childhood memories
- Explore new parts of the park like the marine life facility
- Dinosaur animations and sound effects are great
- The investigative sections where you explore the environment are a lot of fun

- Dialogue can be stereotypical at times
- Animation (Specifically the human characters) and Graphics in general are below today's standards by far
- A lot of quick time events

Overall I give it prop's for simply being done well with what budget they had and it's clear by their efforts that they loved the source material and did their best to make an adventure worthy of the fan's love. Take it for what it is and what could of never been instead of what it isn't.
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Did you ever read those Goosebumps Books that let you make choices? Well this is the same thing only it's a video game. This game makes you feel in control of the situation. Needless to say that when an action scene comes up, your body fills with adrenaline as you prepare to make your moves and choices. If you played The Walking Dead and like it, you will love this game as well. Then again I always liked zombies and dinosaurs.
The only reason people don't like this game is because they were expecting to be able to move around freely on the island and go anywhere. Graphics are fine and should not even be a reason for writing a 1-3 Star Review.
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I really like TellTale Games. I love their Sam & Max entries, their Walking Dead seasons and The Wolf Among Us. I even recently played Puzzle Agent by them and really enjoyed it. They're usually a fun throw back to PC adventure games with either challenging puzzles or deep narratives whose outcomes you control, making their gameplay a unique experience. TellTale Games aren't really so much games as they are interactive stories, and something about that works amazingly well.

But not in this entry.

I really wanted to like this one. I love Jurassic Park (The first movie anyway. I read the books but that was years ago and I don't really remember all that much). Some of it feels so much like the movies that you can kind of tell that they picked up visual cues directly from them - the camera pans, some of the shots of the dinos, etc. As a visual reference, it works pretty well. But gameplay, especially when stacked up against another TellTale series, there's not much to be had.

So story first - it's pretty standard. A group of survivors left after the events of the first Jurassic Park movie are still on the island and need to be rescued, while another group has snuck their way onto the island to retrieve the embryos Nedry was supposed to grab but was unable to. The park's vet ends up saving one of these intruders only to be held hostage while another group of mercenary forces is sent via helicopter to air lift them out. How the game tells the story is another issue. In past and future titles, usually you control one character unless something bad has happened to that character. In The Walking Dead, you control Lee (Until the end and the start of the second season when you control Clementine). In The Wolf Among Us, you're Bigby Wolf.
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My husband found this game for me used at GameStop - it cost around $12. The price Amazon wants for it is insane. Shop around some and you should be able to get a better deal.

That said, I legitimately enjoyed this game. I have heard all the criticism of it. No, your choices don't matter. Yes, the story is cheesy. And yes, there are a few frustrating button press sequences which are solved through trial and error. But I found the story entertaining enough, the characters likeable, and the various dinosaur-related deaths pretty cool. You can easily play through the story in less than a day, and there is no real skill involved in anything. If you're in it only for the gameplay, you shouldn't be playing any of Telltale's make-your-own-choice games anyway. This is more of an interactive story than a game. Take it for what it is and enjoy it.
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