My wife and I are huge fans of Jurassic Park, and watch it as much as humanly possible. Sadly, games related to the IP haven't really been all that strong since the 16-bit era, but it doesn't take much to get me to at least ...
DarkSiders II - 90% off | GhostControl Inc. - 30% off
Worms Armageddon - 66% off | PixelJunk Franchise - 56% off
Race the Sun + Soundtrack - 40% off | EVE - 75% off + free ship
Call of Duty: Ghosts - 50% off | G2A Gift Cards - 7% off
And more! You can also buy all the games at G2A.COM at 7% off with special G2A Gift Cards. Shop Now
Telltale Games has an established modus operandi for making games. The developer obtains licenses to beloved old franchises, then expands the universe with its own fiction, along with a dose of puzzle solving and exploration. It worked well enough with Back to the Future, and now the developer hopes to rein in dinosaur fans with a four-episode game dedicated to another old movie that many hold dear in their hearts: Jurassic Park.
The opening sequence sets the tone for the game. A mysterious woman is being chased through the jungle by dinosaurs, until she falls off a cliff and is nearly hit by a car. The scene brings up several questions, like, "Who is this woman?" and "What is she doing on Isla Nublar?" and "Is the main focus of this game going to be a series of quick time events in which people run away from dinosaurs?"
By the time the end credits are rolling, the answers to these questions are clear. Respectively, they are "I don't care," "I don't care," and "unfortunately yes."
Some naughty Telltale employees were caught writing user reviews for Jurassic Park on Metacritic, with four 10/10 summaries going up at once. Their cover was blown by GameSpot, who found the reviews suspicious and did some de...
[Update: Telltale's Kevin Bruner has responded on Reddit, saying the company has been in regular contact with the Jeep's owner, but the insurance process has been time consuming. "To expedite this, I'll be writing a personal ...