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[PSN Review] Jurassic Park: The Game Episode 3

In Jurassic Park: The Game – Episode 3, the group looks for escape through the dark maintenance tunnels that connect the park, while being hunted by relentless pursuers. Uneasy partnerships teeter on the brink until simmering tensions explode and the survivors turn on each other.

Be sure to read the review for Jurassic Park: The Game Episode 1 to learn about the basics on how to control the game, as well as how the grading system works!

You should also check the review for Episode 2 to make sure you remember what has happened so far.

I always wonder why people continue to use helicopters in movies and games when we all know they will eventually end up crashing down, probably killing, maiming or hurting someone in the process. Weird, right? After the chopper crashes, Nima, Yoder and Oscar must find a new way to transport all survivors back to safety before the dinosaurs can get the best of them.

We come to realize that Oscar is a badass mercenary, instead of your vanilla, plain mercenary. How so? Oscar decides he should STALK SOME VELOCIRAPTORS, waiting for the right time to get the jump on the fast, little buggers. Yes, you read that right. He is using stealth to beat the Velociraptors at their own game, savoring the tension of the hunt. Crazy, right? Well, just wait until you see what happens when he catches up to them!

The tension rises as Jurassic Park: The Game – The Depths brings us closer to the final conclusion of our journey. Will everyone make it out alive? Will someone fall prey to the Velociraptors, the T-Rex or another one of the predators that call Isla Nublar home? The characters have grown on us. The story draws to an end, and the dinosaurs are only getting hungrier!

[review pros=”More action, less interaction” cons=”Slowdown here and there” score=81]

Published by Telltale Games

Cost – $29.99 (Full Season)


Total amount of time played: 2 hours

This review is based on a copy of Jurassic Park: The Game provided by Telltale Game