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Jurassic Park: The Game

Jurassic Park: The Game (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Telltale Games

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11/15/2011
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Jurassic Park: The Game review (PC)

Reviewed December 16, 2011

Andy Chalk says: "Fortunately, such exploration scenes are relatively few and far-between and there are no time constraints or other pressures rushing you along, so you won't be punished for awkwardness or missteps. What you will be punished for, at least once in awhile, is blowing the QTEs. But this actually turns out to be one of the game's highlights - watching the characters die in hilariously awful ways."
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