Jurassic Park: The Game

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"The production values of the game are excellent, and I enjoyed returning to Jurassic Park and learning some new things about it" - Gameover.com

"those who loved the classic film back in the '90s should find it worthwhile, with a nicely thrilling tone, strong use of the setting, and just a hint of TellTales' sense of humor." - Worthplaying.com

Security systems have failed and the creatures of the park roam free. Now, a rogue corporation will stop at nothing to acquire the dinosaur embryos stolen and lost by Dennis Nedry. Experience a brand new adventure set during the events of the first Jurassic Park movie and see new areas and dinosaurs in this landmark adventure 65 million years in the making!

Key Features:

  • A cinematic adventure in four parts featuring fast-paced action, exploration and puzzle-solving

  • Return to familiar locations from the movie and explore new areas including the menacing waters of the marine facility

  • Take on the mighty T-Rex, the cunning Raptors and escape the jaws of new prehistoric threats

  • Discover the fate of the Barbasol can containing priceless dinosaur embryos

  • Faithful to Spielberg’s vision of Jurassic Park – an authentic extension of the world you love

Customer reviews


Worth your time

Gestafar | Feb. 1, 2014 | See all Gestafar's reviews »

For Telltale's first game this is quite good compared to some of their newer games. Overall the game it has a well written story line for a sequel to the original movie, it does not have any characters from the movie though. This game easily will have 5+ hours or more depending on your choices. Unfortunately Jurassic park is not quite what it seems.

For starters this game is primarily a QTE type of game where most of the time you can spam the any button without consequence. As well as Dialog choice where very few will impact the game in the end if at all. Sound and graphic issues are rare but when they do appear they can be game breaking, Most notable for other users is that QTE are sometimes invisible and it is unknown what buttons to press.

Once again Jurassic park is a good game it just does not meet up to today's gaming standards, the game feels more like watching someone else play rather than yourself. If you like lore and story telling though, then this is the game for you.


The Saturday morning Jurassic Park cartoon that never was

sheldipez | Nov. 19, 2013 | See all sheldipez's reviews »

Jurassic Park is a game which was designed to be episodic but instead all four "episodes" ending up being released together at the same time, when you buy this you get the whole package.

JP was Telltale’s first game in a new direction after a long period of traditional point n click adventures, their main inspiration being the game mechanics of Heavy Rain, meaning that it’s best played with a controller (plug in a wired 360 controller and all the onscreen prompts change to the buttons of the xbox pad). The result is a game that is heavy on quick time events but never feels annoying (I was done with Heavy Rain before Heavy Rain was done with me – Jurassic Park is short and doesn’t outstay its welcome).

The story is centred around a team that is sent in to retrieve the can of dino DNA that Dennis Nedry failed to deliver in the first (and best) movie and the other, unseen, park staff that were trapped on the island (always was strange how a massive multibillion dollar park was ran on a skeleton staff!).

A lot of negative reviews where thrown about by critics but I’ve always thought they were too harsh, it’s essentially a Saturday morning Jurassic Park cartoon (all the characters are in the TellTale animated style) with a ton of nudges towards the movie we all love. You can see what they learned from this experience and we have The Walking Dead because of this. Recommended.


Just for fans.

TGAlan | July 5, 2013 | See all TGAlan's reviews »

This is a good game, it's great for fans of the JP series and a wonderful title to get stuck in and play. However, the game does have a few things holding it back. First of all the presentation fo the game, menu's, cut scenes and overall animation seem lacking, not so much stuck in the past but more along the lines of not very well refined. Secondly one of the biggest pitfalls about this game would have to be the QTE's (Quick Time Events) and how they are set out in the game. It's felt like less of a fun thing to do and more of a chore. A good example of how QTE events should be handled would have been Shenmue I and II. The visuals and graphics are very nice and I can't really fault them, obviously not ground breaking graphics but the theme fits and the atmosphere is spot on. The sounds are also quite nice, and if everything else was on par we'd be up for a great game. Overall, it's fun to play, it does have a lot to answer for but please try a demo or play at a friends house before buying, I wouldn't buy this again.


Too Many Quick Time Events

thegaminglyfe | June 21, 2013 | See all thegaminglyfe's reviews »

The story of this game isn't that good to anyone who isn't a major fan of the movies. But if you loved the movies you'll enjoy it. The graphics are terrible and the game looks like the Back to the Future one. The art style doesn't fit in at all with a serious dinosaur game! The game sounds pretty good but the lip sync is horrible. The action isn't very enjoyable because it consists of too many quick time events. If you like the movies, you should consider getting this on sale. Otherwise just avoid it.


Dinosaurs everywhere

kalil | June 9, 2013 | See all kalil's reviews »

Jurassic Park is not a game: it is a lot of cinematics mixed with Quick Time Events. That said, you can not expect much. And if: not much in this "game"

HISTORY Being totally unaware of the world of Jurassic Park, I'll just say that the game is the formula of Heavy Rain. Do you play a single protagonist: there are several, and at some point in history were related to each other. Anyway, something happened on the island and escaped dinos, so our heroes have to get to a boat to escape, while trying to evade these dangerous creatures. The game is divided into 4 chapters, not an excessive duration (in total I think it took me 5 hours pasarmelo) without any replay factor beyond repeating the QTE to get a better ranking. This feature present in the game of Quantic Dreams, is not consolidated by a previous title drinker gameplay.

GAMEPLAY Jurassic Park is many things: a survival game, graphic adventure, and an "interactive movie". The negative point is that no game is well made. Survival is zero, since we have no direct control of our protagonists, they have no health or to inventory. Enemies only appear in the QTEs, and there is never really likely to confront. As failure graphic adventure that misses the point number one of these: there is no difficulty in the challenges. All puzzles are solved using combinations of buttons that appear on screen, and while there are some very well made (like the roller coaster), are startling simplicity. Now, as "interactive movie" and noting Heavy Rain, there is nothing to note. Here things or do well, or you die. And very often the second pass, since the QTEs are really frustrating. Whether pushing a button at the right time, a sequence of buttons, or maintain a point in a specified location with the mouse, everything is either very simple, or very difficult. Simple, because sometimes we precionar buttons like crazy and the sequence is completed. Difficult, because doing things we do not have enough time, usually causing death or loss of punctuation. How to reduce this? to Trial and Error. We also have the possibility of establishing dialogues, Mass Effect style, however not generate any change in the game's plot, or at least in our relationship with the characters, then you can cry all on a crazy old woman and will continue to believe that dinosaurs "are good" (sorry for the spoiler, although it is of great importance)

TECHNOLOGY In this section I'll talk about the control schematic. The he saw video gaming consoles is successfully realized the ease of commands. In the PC version is more different. The game only uses the classic settings WASD to move the camera during the "exploration" or perform contextual actions, and mouse for everything else. This sounds simplest and smallest, and most certainly is, but that does not hinder the experience in relation to their sisters desktop. Where once a button apretábamos now have to do a sequence of buttons which are more likely to fail because of time they give you. Sometimes (and this goes for all versions), buttons to press are "cold", or somewhere hard screen location. Obviously we can connect a joystick 360, but no idea if it improves something because the one I have used with an emulator obsolete.

GRAPHICS Considered in a pitch "Retail" (store, or whatever), play their gruesome clavaun 4 modeled, but not fresh textures and some ugly environments. As a downloadable game less than 3 GB, looks pretty decent, despite some unrealistic animations even go unnoticed.

SOUND Someone tells me that the Triceratops bull makes noises, the girl a Spanish Costa Ricahabla shoddy, and have no background music? The game, at least my version, comes folded in 3 languages: English, French and German. What do Spanish one is unlikely, as there is a challenge with your achievement / trophy in which we have to translate "you need to rest" (you need descanzar)

INNOVATION Far to bring something to the genre, Jurassic Park is a mix of some of them. Although the idea was good and that we could get to have a great game, even at the level of the best, the execution leaves much to be desired, particularly full control over the actions of any of the protagonists. And that is the worst aspect of the game: with a proposal so interesting, the game falls very low in many things, imagine it running through the jungle trying to avoid the dinosaurs and then complete a puzzle that requires all our skill explorative. It's like when you fill a game and it Hype suck.

CONCLUSIONS The narrative hook, yes, but it's only truly positive in the game. If you give it away because you made a good investment between November 23 and December 12, worth it, but, avoid it as you can.