Summary: As a fan of the first film, I really wanted to enjoy this canonical entry in the JP franchise. Unfortunately, the end result is a very passive experience with dated graphics, poor frame-rate and a complete disregard of what makes video games so attractive in the first place... interaction. If you'd like to return to Isla Nublar, do yourself a favour and just pop the first film back in your Blu Ray player.
Summary: Garbage. Remember those interactive FMV movie games from yesteryear? Stuff like Dragon's Lair, Silent Steel, or Rebel Assault? Oh, that's right, we all willingly forgot about that crap. What we have here is a dramatic departure for TellTale games. Instead of a fun, scary, rewarding adventure game, we have a B-Movie that looks like a 10-year-old videogame and which occasionally requires you to hit buttons on your keyboard.
Summary: I think you were way too kind to it. Not only is this the worst Telltale game ever made, it is one of the worst games I've ever played in my 25 or so years of gaming. And this is coming from someone who greatly enjoys adventure games and loved Heavy Rain. This game is the epitome of terrible. Absolutely everything about it screamed budget. The graphics, which are the first thing you'll notice, would've looked dated in 2004, let alone 2011.
Summary: The game is mildly speaking sub par. Has trouble with graphics on computers with more than adequate graphical power. And for someone who has watched the movies this is an utter disappointment. but what REALLY drags down the score is telltale employees trying to boost the scare to a fake level with only favourable reviews. Here is a hint guys, when stuff like that happens and we find out we unleash the **** like this game did.
Summary: Contendor for worst adventure game ever. Massive FAIL in the story department and honestly, what's up with the art direction in this game? I showed my wife this and her assessment was that the art folks were "Noobs trying to hard". Kind of like when someone learns how to use a word processor for the first time and use every font at their disposal. Don't buy this one. I understand why THE EMPLOYEES ARE INFLATING THE SCORE.
Summary: As a game, this fails completely in every possible way. Quite simply, it is not really a game. It is an interactive movie. Had it been a movie instead of a game, it would score a bit higher than 0. "Press a button to watch the next cutscene" does not count as gameplay.
Summary: I personally think it's a great game! But then again, I'm probably a bit biased seeing I work at Telltale. I think the story is a great addition to an already amazing movie. To be fair, it is a QTE based game, and it is also story driven. So if you're looking for a title that features a FPS perspective, blasting away dino's left and right, this probably isn't the game for you. I hope you enjoy and thanks for trying it out!
Summary: As a huge fan of the original movie, I was very excited to be a part of a cinematic video game which did the story justice. Previous "Jurassic Park" (I used quotes because they were Jurassic Park in name only) games were a big let-down, so I was really hoping Telltale wouldn't drop the ball as well. And from a cinematic adventure aspect, I can say that players won't be disappointed!
Summary: I normally don't give a game a zero and while this game is bad it isn't that BAD. However it's been proven that multiple Telltale employees have been making fake accounts to boost the scores of this game so guess what Telltale, you get my first zero score.
Summary: For a game developer that prides itself at story telling and being big Jurassic Park fans, Telltale fail badly at both. This game is a huge, huge let down. The game has practically nothing to do with the film other than finding the Barbasol can and discovering Dennis Nedrys corpse at the start of the game. The voice acting and dialogue in this game is atrocious and cheesy, the Characters are either boring, annoying or just don't belong in a Jurassic park game.