Jurassic Park: The Game Reviewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 10 comments
Adventure Classic Gaming has posted a new review of Telltale Games' Jurassic Park: The Game. Based on the book and movie series, the five part episodic adventure title drops players into the dangerous environs of Isla Nublar, where they will struggle to survive confrontations with dinosaurs as they seek a way to escape.
From the review:
In terms of gameplay, Jurassic Park: The Interactive Movie is perhaps a more apt title for the game. Drawing heavily from Quantic Dream's Heavy Rain, Jurassic Park: The Game requires the player to input series of keystroke combinations and mouse gestures (or their equivalents on the controllers) while the game's story plays out. Failure to pass these Quick Time Event challenges often leads to the death of the character being played. Due to the nature of the story's subject matter, supporting and main cast can and will die in the game. This concept of character death is a first for Telltale Games and contrasts sharply against all previous games from the developer in which the player cannot die. In addition, Telltale Games has introduced an adaptive difficulty measure, wherein the game will continually determine how well a player can adapt to the in-game challenges and, in attempt to make the game more exciting, will decrease the amount of time allowed for each challenge. The game's characters are fairly interesting, though a bit underdeveloped. Still, they serve well to help to deepen the tension generally present throughout the game.Read the full review at the link below.
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