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Even dinosaurs love bacon in LEGO Jurassic World

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Jurassic World

Jurassic Park. It’s a magnificent movie, even if it over twenty years old now. I’ve got fond memories of the flick, as I remember going to go see it, and getting the day of my life in the process. My cinema had pulled out all the stops, back in the day when they still gave a crap about putting on a good show. They’d set up an actual T-Rex mouth to walk through, the cups were branded with Jurassic Park insignia and my straw was essentially a decapitated Brachiosaurus. Good times man, good times. Can Jurassic World recapture that magic? Can Lego Jurassic World reignite my nostalgia? The answer to that, is a very definite…maybe.

Here’s the latest trailer for the game, which features all manner of dinosaurs. Big dinos! Friendly dinos! Angry dinos! Flying Dinos! Goofy dinos! The game boasts that it’ll have over twenty of the extinct beasties as playable characters, because seeing a Velociraptor construct Lego gizmos is never not funny:

Like other Lego video games, this version of Jurassic Park will feature all four cinematic exhibits when it releases in time for the latest flick on June 12. That includes the original and sublime first flick, the ok sequel, the threequel that was only cool because of my boyhood crush on Tea Leoni at the time and the 2015 film that features Star Lord and Gwen Stacy.

It looks like your typical Lego game: Go here, encounter an obstacle, break stuff and build an escape plan. A formula which has been repeated in much the same way that local comedians beat a dead horse with a stick until they find a diversity joke and run that quick chuckle into the ground, dig it back up and repeat the process.

LEGO Jurassic World will be over…there…on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and PC.

Last Updated: May 15, 2015

17 Comments

  1. If you enjoy reading Sci-fi/ thrillers I highly recommend reading Michael Crichton books (except Micro which wasn’t really written by him). He wrote the book Jurassic Park and The Lost World which the movies were based on. He also wrote Timeline, Sphere, Disclosure and others but in my opinion the books are way better than the movies (usually is the case) with Jurassic Park being the only good movie adaptation. Agree with Darryn that when that movie came out it was indeed good times! Very fond memories. I would get this game if it only covered the first movie, currently not that interested in playing through the others though. Hopefully the new movie will be good.

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      May 17, 2015 at 14:46

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      • Hooptiecoupe

        May 17, 2015 at 17:32

        why dont you try talking about the article before spamming?

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    • Hooptiecoupe

      May 18, 2015 at 05:19

      Im a HUGE fan to Mr. Criton. He writes INSAINE stories that are too hard to put down.
      Dude.. the Book for jurrassic park was waaaaay better than the movie was. 🙂
      My fav. book by him is State of Fear

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      • Captain JJ Browman

        May 18, 2015 at 07:09

        Oh man. I forgot about State of Fear.
        Agreed. Also my favourite.

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      • Krabby Paddy

        May 18, 2015 at 07:37

        The book was way better, but still as movie adaptation goes it was still not that bad. I still haven’t personally come a across a movie adaptation that is better than a book I’ve read. It might actually be impossible. Still considering the amount of work that went into the Jurassic Park movie and the fact that it is often a movie people have fond memories of, they must of at least done something right. State of Fear also rates up there as one of my favourite books by Crichton.

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        • Captain JJ Browman

          May 18, 2015 at 07:38

          I agree. I think a movie trumping a book is impossible 🙂

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    • Captain JJ Browman

      May 18, 2015 at 07:08

      It’s strange, you could immediately see where Crichton’s writing stopped in Micro. It wasn’t really a good book either.
      Timeline was great. The Lost World was really good (and NOTHING like the movie) and I personally enjoyed Prey. He was always a favourite of mine.
      But I disagree a little bit. Disclosure wasn’t such a bad depiction, though nothing comes close to how terrible The Lost World was for a book-to-movie. That was just shocking.

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      • Krabby Paddy

        May 18, 2015 at 07:44

        The Lost World was a terrible one! Maybe I was bit harsh putting Disclosure alongside The Lost World. The Andromeda Strain and Sphere I enjoyed reading as well. Tend to agree about Next as well. Your description of trying too hard is a good one. It was simply a bit too much.

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        • Captain JJ Browman

          May 18, 2015 at 07:48

          The Andromeda Strain, I will admit, I have not read yet, nor watched the movie. I’m adamant on reading it in a physical form, so been struggling a bit to find the book.
          I have only heard good things about it though.

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          • Krabby Paddy

            May 18, 2015 at 07:56

            Keep popping into second hand book stores it is bound to pop up somewhere. Although admittedly it is one of the more rare ones to find. I’ve just started trying to collect the Crichton books (love having book shelves full of books) and still need to find this one! I take it then by saying physical form you don’t enjoy e-readers then?

          • Captain JJ Browman

            May 18, 2015 at 07:58

            I actually want to get myself an e-reader since I’ve been using my tablet for a while now. A lot of cool (less famous) books are only in ebook form these days. Especially game books. So I don’t e-readers, to be honest. But when it comes to someone like Crichton I’d like to have the physical copy.

          • Krabby Paddy

            May 18, 2015 at 08:04

            Books I really enjoyed I try and get the physical copy, otherwise ebooks are fantastic for the exact reason you stated. So much awesome stuff out there!! Good luck finding that physical copy!

  2. Hooptiecoupe

    May 17, 2015 at 17:31

    The ONE thing im sad of trading up my xbox360 to an xboxONE for….
    I lost all my old LEGO games. I had every SINGLE one 🙂 Now, i have to start all over and collect them again.
    but.. I dont think they’ve ported the old titles to the XONE yet?
    There storylines are ALWAYS funny and enjoyable. I love how the make fun of the main stories.
    This is definantl going to be a game to save for and get. The only thing that annoys me about the new lego games
    is the introduction of vocal acting. To me,,.. i kinda miss the oldskool no vocals in teh game. Its was much funnier.
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  4. SargonTheBatpandaOfTI5

    May 18, 2015 at 00:25

    Thus far my missus and I have enjoyed all the Lego games. But I don’t know. It’s starting to get a little old. It’s the same gag each time, as you pointed out. I’m not sure I can keep up with the games at this rate.

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  5. Captain JJ Browman

    May 18, 2015 at 07:06

    Boo for inaccurate dinosaur depictions, Jurassic Park.
    Otherwise, this looks like a bit of fun

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