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Jurassic Park the Game Tyrannosaurus Rex, your thoughts?

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I'm starting this Thread to see what everyone elses Opinion on the T-Rex in the game is

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  • Rampage Edition was by far one of my favorites. It had a basic story and a great expansion on different parts of the island. I was a tad dissappointed that the Tyrannosaurus Rex only had one appearance though

  • Trespasser is good for a collectors item. I've played it recently and I enjoyed it but It's not one that I can play over and over again. I'm currently waiting on a cheap TLW:Chaos Island for PC to show up on Ebay. The ones they have on their are expensive. Trespasser was expensive (I think I payed 85 dollars for it) but it was complete, unopened, and that was before I got my jeep. So I can't spen my money on my JP collection like I used too.

    So far I own:
    Jurassic Park for NES
    Jurassic Park for SNES
    Jurassic Park 2: The Chaos Continues for SNES
    Trespasser for PC
    The Lost World: Jurassic Park for PS1
    Jurassic Park Operation Genesis for PS2 (But I recomend the XBOX or PC version because of the extra content)

    And to tie all of this into the original thread topic. The NES version had a very hard T-Rex boss fight. The SNES version had a cool T-Rex that would appear in certin areas. I think it looked really cool. Very detailed for that time. I liked how the only thing you could do was run.

    The Chaos Continues has was I consider the best T-Rex encounter in a video game. I loved the mission where you were being chased by the Rex while shooting at it from the back of the jeep. And then that surprise fall at the end as well as the awesome music playing at the time. I played that level over and over again when I was little. And the T-Rex appeares to be inspired by the novel. It has the redish brown color of the novel.

    Trespasser, as glitchy and unfished of a game as it is, still was fun for me. And the T-Rex did not disapoint either. If you couldn't sneak past it in the levels it was in you were in for a suspensfull chase. There was a part in the game where I was trapped in a bus and couldn't get out cause it was hanging out by the door. lol I didn't want to restart the level so I made a run for it. Good stuff.

    The Lost world for PS1 was like an arcade game. WHich means it's a very hard game. lol That's why I'm not a big fan of it. It's fun, but because of the arcade gameplay, The T-rex seems very weak. Very hard to stay alive in that game even playing as the rex.

    And of course, I have nothing really bad to say about Operation Genesis. The T-Rex was 100 percent match in my opinion. And when it gets out and starts eating people it's just awesome. lol

  • @waroftheworlds01 said: The Lost world for PS1 was like an arcade game. WHich means it's a very hard game. lol That's why I'm not a big fan of it. It's fun, but because of the arcade gameplay, The T-rex seems very weak. Very hard to stay alive in that game even playing as the rex.

    The Lost World Jurassic Park for the Ps1 was extremely difficult, but they 'fixed' that in the special Edition (i have both thanks to a buddy of mine) but when it comes to the Special edition, the Extra T-Rex level was rather dissapointing

  • hmmm, thinking about in-game T-rex, made me to ask...will there be any new trailer soon?

  • I think she looks great... in the shots I have seen so far anyway.

  • I think I've finally figured out what was bugging me about the T-rex. It's very visible in the latest video at the beginning. The rex's top gums stick down below its upper lip. Kinda weird to me.

  • I find the T-Rex to be looking awesome! Love her roar and her look :D On another note, I also find the raptors amazing as well.

  • Just because I decided to...here's a comparison shot of the game's T-rex and the one from the movie...the gums are way too big. Not a deal breaker, but definitely odd.

  • I am wondering if there will only be one individual rex in the game, or multiple rexes? The movie never makes it clear how many T-rexes are in the park, though it is assumed to be only one. Do you think the game will address that?

  • @Shadowknight1 said: Just because I decided to...here's a comparison shot of the game's T-rex and the one from the movie...the gums are way too big. Not a deal breaker, but definitely odd.

    Yeah it is a little weird. Oh well, I guess we can't have it all. I've noticed issues with the other dinosaurs too, but like you said nothing thats a deal breaker. They look atleast 85% and up like their movie counterparts...I guess thats as much as we can ask.

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