Have you heard of Jurassic World: Evolution? In the tradition of theme park simulators, the video game lets players create their own dinosaur theme park where they have to bioengineer dinosaurs that think, feel and react intelligently to the park around them, create entertainment and security for guests, and keep the park up and running without any dinosaurs escaping and wreaking havoc. The game is a lot of fun, but it was all set in the modern Jurassic World park. But that’s about to change.
In December, new Jurassic World: Evolution downloadable content will allow players to go back to the original Jurassic Park from 1993, as you return to Isla Nublar and attempt to reclaim and rebuild the park so it can be open to the general public. Get a sneak peek at the Jurassic World: Evolution downloadable content for the original Jurassic Park below. Read More »
There was something hypnotic about the insanely popular video game franchise RollerCoaster Tycoon. In it, you could build and manage a theme park, hire handymen, and entertain visitors. And then, you could let it all go to hell.
Frontier’s newest video game, Jurassic World Evolution, let’s you do all that times 10. Because not only do you have the benefit of building a theme park from scratch, you can also unleash its resident dinosaurs to play with the lives of insignificant humans. And the new Jurassic World Evolution trailer shows you exactly how you can do that.
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In this edition of sequel bits:
- It 2 working title revealed
- Rob Zombie begins shooting Devil’s Rejects sequel Three From Hell
- What’s up with Enchanted 2?
- Arnold Schwarzenegger says Twins sequel Triplets is still happening
- Michael Giacchino begins recording Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom score
- Jeff Goldblum will play Ian Malcolm again in a Jurassic World videogame
- An update on the new Die Hard sequel no one wants
- Danny McBride provides an update on Halloween
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Ever since Jurassic Park arrived in 1993, people have wanted to see a theme park with real dinosaurs, despite the fact that it would likely go catastrophically wrong at some point. There’s just something about the possibility of seeing dinosaurs in real life that makes people throw caution to the wind.
Now you’ll get a chance to build your own Jurassic Park without endangering the lives of anyone except little digital people inside your computer. A video game called Jurassic World Evolution was just announced at the Gamescom exhibition, and it appears to be a world building game, not unlike Roller Coaster Tycoon or Sim City, where you build your own Jurassic Park and have to keep the dinosaurs contained and the patrons happy. You can get a sneak peek at the game with a trailer below. Read More »