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Fewer dinosaurs in Europe - Jurassic Park delayed


Europe is not famous for its large, ferocious fauna. Indeed, here in the UK, the worst creatures we have to deal with are gangs of youths loitering. Our dreams of living vicariously through videogames and fighting off some of the most ferocious animals to walk this planet, dinosaurs, have been dashed against the rocks. Telltale's latest adventure game, Jurassic Park: The Game, has been pushed back to 2012 for European Xbox 360 owners.

The dino-romp is still planned to launch on PC and PSN on November 15, but Telltale's lack of publishing presence in Europe has left them searching for a publishing partner for the Xbox 360 version. However, Telltale has revealed that it will be making an announcement about that soon. The game is available for preorder and there will be a special edition version for PC and Mac containing a map, the soundtrack and a variety of Jurassic Park paraphernalia.

Jurassic Park Euro release delayed until 2012 [Eurogamer]

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