Excerpt: By Gary Kearney When I first saw Jurassic Park in the theater I have to admit that I thought the idea of having a theme park full of dinosaurs was…well, kind of stupid. I enjoyed the movies and had a lot of fun with them. But, gee, come on here…a theme park with dinos? Just never seemed like what would really happen if we did start to create little the little dudes. I mean can you just imagine the lawsuits and insurance required for such a park?
Excerpt: Itâ€™s been a while since the big lizards hit the big screen, but that hasnâ€™t slowed down the number of spin off games and merchandising of the Jurassic Park name. The latest release, Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, puts you in control of an island. You control the technology research priorities, the deployment of fossil hunting teams across the world, the decisions regarding which species to clone, as well as all the mundane operational decisions regarding the park.
Excerpt: Since I’ve already pissed away any semblance of journalistic integrity with my blatant self-indulgent and somewhat retarded word-combinations, I might as well keep the fire burning. I wouldn’t go so far as to say Operation Genesis is jurass-ariffic, nor would I say that it is ass-tastic. Somewhere between the two lies an accurate assessment. But somewhere in between is a place that this franchise has rarely been.
Summary: "Blitzkrieg 2" macht den Eindruck, als läge es schon seit einigen Jahren fertig in der Schublade der Entwickler. Oder CDV hat das Spiel "mal eben schnell" fertig gemacht, um noch den einen oder anderen Euro damit verdienen zu können. Das Einzige, das für dieses Spiel spricht, sind die knackigen Missionen, die zu absolvieren sind. Alles andere ist seiner Zeit weit hinterher. Das können andere Spiele wie "Panzers Phase 2" wesentlich besser. Auch der Preis von ca.