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  • Pathetic.

    Even worse that they didn't even bother sending out review copies. They apparently knew that people would absolutely trash this pile of crap.

    Best review quote: @1UP said: Jurassic Park Offers the Interactivity of a DVD Menu Screen

  • Here we go again, Fix my Jeep V2

  • @SHODANFreeman said: Pathetic.

    Even worse that they didn't even bother sending out review copies. They apparently knew that people would absolutely trash this pile of crap.

    Best review quote:



    Bash Game

    Post in games section. Expects no flame.

  • @Faceslasher said: Bash Game

    Post in games section. Expects no flame.



    Let me know when you're done defending a "game" that amounts to a badly animated straight to DVD sequel that forces you to press buttons for no reason to keep watching it, and costs twice as much as most DVD movies.

  • @SHODANFreeman said: Let me know when you're done defending a "game" that amounts to a badly animated straight to DVD sequel that forces you to press buttons for no reason to keep watching it, and costs twice as much as most DVD movies.



    That's always been Telltale. EVERY game has repeated animations and movie like quality.

  • oh c'mon the death scenes were great to watch. That's something. Granted, I wished there were more than just 2 puzzles that made you think. A lot of the reviews were just "Jurassic Park" VS what I hoped for...and not "Jurassic Park by TTG". Always check on who creates your games before jumping in. I do. Anyone who expected much more than this(besides the puzzles I mentioned), doesn't know Telltale and was dreaming.

  • @Johro said: oh c'mon the death scenes were great to watch. That's something. Granted, I wished there were more than just 2 puzzles that made you think. A lot of the reviews were just "Jurassic Park" VS what I hoped for...and not "Jurassic Park by TTG". Always check on who creates your games before jumping in. I do. Anyone who expected much more than this(besides the puzzles I mentioned), doesn't know Telltale and was dreaming.



    Telltale is just gonna sink soon, never trust game reviewers. Everyone has an opinion over a game.

  • @Faceslasher said: That's always been Telltale. EVERY game has repeated animations and movie like quality.



    @Faceslasher said: oh c'mon the death scenes were great to watch. That's something. Granted, I wished there were more than just 2 puzzles that made you think. A lot of the reviews were just "Jurassic Park" VS what I hoped for...and not "Jurassic Park by TTG". Always check on who creates your games before jumping in. I do. Anyone who expected much more than this(besides the puzzles I mentioned), doesn't know Telltale and was dreaming.

    Uh, older Telltale games required thought and actual interaction. I have no idea why you would consider this "game" to be anything like the old quality products they made back when they were still considered a game developer.

  • @SHODANFreeman said: Uh, older Telltale games required thought and actual interaction. I have no idea why you would consider this "game" to be anything like the old quality products they made back when they were still considered a game developer.



    I already said I wished it was harder for a Telltale game. Do you have another point to make because I was referring to outside criticism which my full post made pretty clear? With keeping the flow and style, it was probably better in this case for it not to be open world, but yes, they still could have used interactions with their camera angle options.

  • How dare a video game review contain proper grammar and spelling! Black Magic! Witchcraft! Return to the depths of hell from which you came!

    Having an investigation based on well-worded reviews is laughable and quite ignorant. It pains me to see that we now reside in a world where good grammar and spelling is treated with suspicion. So disappointing.

    Furthermore, I completely agree that Telltale shouldn't have reviewed their own game but it certainly doesn't deserve this exaggerated response; users leaving 0/10 reviews to compensate for the extra positive reviews is childish and unnecessary.

    There are many other websites that review games so Metacritic shouldn't be someone's sole option. While I can't speak for anyone else, I tend to look at the reviews from various sites to get a good idea of the game as opposed to putting all my faith in one.

    Yes, Telltale made a mistake. Look at another website's review for Jurassic Park: The Game and move on.

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