Games Asylum: "Today’s youth are likely oblivious to how big a deal Jurassic Park was back in 1993. It wasn’t just a blockbuster at the cinema – it was an inescapable beast, taking the cover of magazines no matter the subject, and filling shops with all manner of licensed merchandise. The most recent comparable cinematic event is Avengers: Endgame, but whereas that was the end of a franchise, Jurassic Park was just the beginning."
WTMG's Leo Faria: "The games included in Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection are, at best, novelties, with the exception of maybe one or two titles, namely the NES original. I also feel the collection should have included more titles, such as the 3DO’s Jurassic Park Interactive and the Game Gear and Master System Jurassic Park games. If the intention of this collection was to preserve the (mixed-at-best) legacy of the original Jurassic Park‘s tie-in releases, then I feel more worked should had been put into it. As it stands, this is not a terrible first attempt from Limited Run Games in terms of remastering and emulating games, but they do need to improve upon the amount of extras and title variety included in their compilations."
The Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection is a grim reminder of what movie tie-in games used to be like in terms of quality.