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Review: Jurassic Park – The Game | Clearance Bin Review

"Life will find a way. Whether you are referring to the constant biological urge all living things on the planet share to not only survive but to produce the next generation or the constant desire to milk a popular franchise for all it is worth, this statement rings true. Jurassic Park is one of those franchises, even today there is still talk of a fourth film in the series, despite the second and especially third being largely panned by critics and many audience members alike. As such, when Telltale announced that they would be bringing Jurassic Park back, both in general and to video games, there was certainly plenty of questions to go around, the most pressing of course being whether or not most gamers would endorse it." (Jurassic Park: The Game, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

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