Jurassic World: Evolution
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Developer: Frontier Developments
Content Rating: Teen
The game described herein is set in the universe created for the movie series titles Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. The action of the game takes players to a near future, in which human scientists managed to develop a technology allowing them to recreate the DNA of prehistoric reptiles from the preserved samples and bring them back to life. This has resulted in the creation of the titular Jurassic World – a peculiar zoo, in which the visitors can see the prehistoric reptiles with their own eyes.
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If there's one word that could easily describe Jurassic World Evolution, it's "faithful." Taking control of a ranger behind the wheel of a Jeep in the rain and sidling up to a pack of socializing Stegosaurus is as epic as it sounds and is a definite highlight, as is releasing a newly recovered species into your park. Despite the campaign stumbling over itself and losing focus towards the end, Evolution captures the essence of Jurassic Park while being a good park management sim in its own right.
It’s full of the kinds of intricacies you’d hope for in a Jurassic Park game, the fantastic management sim mechanics that Frontier is famed for, lovely little nods and references to the movie series and, honestly, why wouldn’t you want to play a game that lets you drive your own gyrosphere through the legs of a T-Rex? It’s true, life always finds a way, but in Jurassic World Evolution it’s all in your hands - or should that be claws?
Jurassic World Evolution is by no means a bad game, it can be enjoyed, it just can’t be enjoyed for very long. Despite its efforts to try and have a progression system that doesn’t unlock certain features until you go to a new island, there’s not enough to keep the player filled with an urge to want to progress.