Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash, must navigate Isla Sorna, InGen's Site B where dinosaur breeding grounds for the Jurassic Park were, and use brains and scarce weapons to reach the abandoned InGen facility and call for help.

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Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash, must navigate Isla Sorna, InGen's Site B where dinosaur breeding grounds for the Jurassic Park were, and use brains and scarce weapons to reach the abandoned InGen facility and call for help.

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The game was revolutionary in the way it used real-time foley to create its sound effects. Every time two objects made contact, they would produce slightly different sounds based on what types of material (flesh, metal, wood, rock, etc.) were colliding. See more »

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Hammond claims that the Velociraptors seen in Jurassic Park originally lived in Mongolia. While this is true for real-life Velociraptors, the "raptors" in Jurassic Park were actually based on a closely related North American dinosaur called Deinonychus, which some scientists at the time of the original novel's writing considered to be a species of Velociraptor. See more »

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John Hammond: [reminiscing] It was in the last days of genetic recovery, and at this point, nothing was certain. Was the DNA there? Could be bring it back... up the well? It was 3AM. The room was strewn with soda cans and for the hundredth time, we ran the extraction sequence. Dennis? What are we looking at here? All my life I had waited for something great, something extraordinary. And then, it opened up. The code read true. The barrier of time for an instant... opened. Nedry and I stared into the monitor, ...
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Travel through the Jurassic world
15 February 2008 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Even if this game could be better in so many ways, i think it's actually quite OK. I remember when i first heard about it when i was a kid, i loved Jurassic Park back then and i still do, so i thought what wouldn't be better than a game.

Anyway i played it and i realized that i'm all alone, in all Jurassic movies, are there anyone alone? no. The game-play would be cooler if you had some other people with you, to build up the tense. If you are alone you know what's gonna happen....

This was the first game though to use the Ragdoll physics. Explanation: Take Counter Strike for an example, the characters just falls down in an already made up animation, which constantly creates several bugs like the corpse lying in the air or through the wall. The rag doll physic simply let the animated character's function just to stop working, if a character dies it will land in a random position. This function had some negative responses first but now almost every new game has it.

Anyway forget about that for a moment, if you love Jurassic Park, then do me a favor, Don't play this game nor see Jurassic Park III


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