Experience a brand new adventure set during the events of the first Jurassic Park movie and see new areas and dinosaurs in this landmark adventure 65 million years in the making!
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I sistemi di sicurezza non sono più funzionanti e le creature del parco vagano libere. Ora, una disonesta società non si fermerà davanti a nulla pur di ottenere l'embrione di dinosauro rubato e perduto da Dennis Nedry. Vivi un'avventura nuova di zecca ambientata durante gli eventi del primo film di Jurassic Park e osserva nuove aree e dinosauri in quest'avventura capostipite di un'era risalente a 65 milioni di anni fa!

Caratteristiche Principali

  • Un'avventura dal sapore cinematografico divisa in quattro parti con azioni frenetiche, esplorazioni e risoluzioni di puzzle
  • Ritorna nei luoghi già conosciuti nel film ed esplora nuove aree, fra cui le minacciose acque dell'impianto marino
  • Affronta il possente T-Rex, gli astuti Raptor, e fuggi dalle mandibole di nuove minacce preistoriche
  • Scopri il destino dei barattoli di Barbasol che possono contenere embrioni di dinosauro di inestimabile valore
  • Fedele alla visione di Spielberg su Jurassic Park – un'autentica estensione del mondo che ami

Requisiti di sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Sistema Operativo: XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Processore: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk: 2 GB di spazio libero
    • Scheda Video: ATI o scheda NVidia con almeno 256 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0c
    • Audio: Periferica compatibile con Direct X 8.1
    • Sistema Operativo: Mac OS X 10.6
    • Processore: 2.0 GHz Pentium o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB di RAM
    • Disco fisso: 2 GB di spazio libero
    • Scheda video: ATI o scheda NVidia con almeno 256 MB di RAM
    • Altro: Non consigliato per la serie MAC Mini o precedenti generazioni di MacBook
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5 persone su 6 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 aprile
Ottimo lavoro della Telltale Games, scegliendo un capolavoro cinematografico come Jurassic Park su cui costruirci un gioco veramente ben fatto. Colonne sonore originale e con aggiunte perfette, storia ben curata, alternativa a quella del primo film della saga, ovviamente sulla grafica non lavorano molto, ma come dico sempre io "la grafica non è tutto".
In definitiva è un titolo da giocare assolutamente, soprattutto a chi è un amante del cinema e soprattutto delle avventure grafiche.
7/10
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54 persone su 56 (96%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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8.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 luglio
Jurassic Park: The Game is a narrative experience set as a sidequel to the original movie. The actual gameplay is composed of Quick-Time-Events (QTEs) during action sequences and mild puzzles during the plot development sequences. You won’t find wild, face-paced, dinosaur-fighting action, but I think any fan of story-driven experiences and/or of the Jurassic Park movie will find this game intriguing.

The heart and soul of the game lies in the story and the characters. I found the story to be absorbing and the characters to be interesting. I will admit that I am a little biased because the original movie came out when I was a kid and at the time it was one of the best movies around for my generation. I really liked how Jurassic Park: The Game was set as a sidequel to original movie and expanded on the events that occurred.

The QTEs are a frequent topic of discussion when people consider this game. I personally enjoyed it, because there are plenty of other games out there where I run around in with an assault rifle and a bandoleer full of grenades— so it was refreshing to experience action sequences in an alternate fashion. I also thought it was pretty cool that there were different cut-scenes depicting the various ways you could die throughout the narrative; this helps make it less annoying and more interesting when you do mess up a QTE.

The game is not without faults, of course. In fact there are many faults. They ranged from truly game-faltering, (for example: I experienced UI trouble where my mouse cursor disappeared and was forced to restart), to just annoying, (for example: I had to change the resolution one level at a time, each time waiting for the screen to readjust). Then there were some things that didn’t really matter gameplay-wise, but still were a little ridiculous: for example, I found it jarring that the character of the aboriginal Costa Rican girl who supposedly grew up on an island was voiced with an accent you would find on a second-generation American Latina from Brooklyn.

Nevertheless, I didn’t find any of the faults to be so egregious that they soured my experience. I actually rather enjoyed the experience, despite the minor annoyances, and I legitimately remember feeling a little sad when I beat it because it was over. In fact, I would say the thing that disappointed me the most about this game was just that it was a little shorter than I would have liked, because I was really enjoying it.

I posit that Jurassic Park: The Game is an enjoyable, story-driven experience that will especially appeal to anyone who is a fan of the original movie. You also should be comfortable with idea of playing a game that relies heavily on QTEs for action scenes. If you want intense firefights with dinosaurs then you probably will want to look at other games.

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20 persone su 28 (71%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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8.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 11 giugno
One of the primary reasons why the original Jurassic Park film from 1993 is so great is Spielberg's excellent blend of adventure and suspense. One moment you're gazing at the amazing dinosaurs, that graphically, hold up really well today; and the next moment your clenching your buttcheeks as the Trex and raptors are trapping the intrepid explorers in cars, trees and kitchens. Spielberg sucks you in, chews you and spits you out. It's a very immersive experience. Immersion is where the game then misses the mark.

Considering that all of the game's action sequences are entirely played out with quick-time events you're at the game's mercy when it comes to survival. While this would be tense and suspenseful in other game, Jurassic Park: The Game consitently pops a shiny healthbar in your face right before the action begins. Both spoiling the surprise and giving you a reason, other than your survival to play for (namely medals). It draws you out, while a moment before you were still sort of among the creatures of yore.

The immersion breaking doesn't end there. The character models often act and move like poorly articulated puppets, and their props tend to float around in their hands. Furthermore, when they move, they often run straight toward the doorpost in one angle, but safely sail through the door opening in the next. When the action subsides you'll be solving puzzles. By my account I played maybe four actual puzzles and everything else was related to sequential dialog options.

It's a shame though, because the game really thrives when it plays with its source material; showing you sections of the park that weren't shown in the films. It game is at its best at the end, where it fully embraces it's Spielberg roots by going straight back to Jaws. However, on its downtime, it is rather dissapointing.
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11 persone su 12 (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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18.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 aprile
When my daughter asks for a dinosaur game, I know just what to play. This game is really great. Once again, Telltale makes a great game that wants to be a movie. Personally, I feel they should have used this game story for a movie sequel. The story is much more believable than the sequels were, and I really like the characters. The characters grow and change through the game, so be prepared to change loyalties. Most of the game is played through choosing conversation options and the quick time events. You are graded by performance, so make sure you make the right responses and have a quick trigger finger because it can cost you. The game looks good and the soundtrack makes good use of sounding like a Jurassic Park score. You'll hear all your favorite themes from the film, but not so much that it sounds like they ran out of ideas. The only complaint is that the game can lag. The game wants to be a film, and sometimes there is a pause between sequences. It's like when the DVD skips momentarily. It doesn't really hinder gameplay, but it can be a minor annoyance. Also, the mouse pointer may disappear, but that can be fixed by just reloading the segment you were at. These two glitches did not keep me from enjoying the game and I am working on another playthrough just to get the rest of the achievements and play for a slightly different outcome. If you liked the movie Jurassic Park, I am certain that this game will not disappoint.
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6 persone su 6 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
9.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 marzo
I just finished the first episode on my PC and I can honestly say this is another very well done adventure that TT has given us. I'm just judging it based on the PC version and not the iOS. Other then a couple of audio glitches (repeat dialogue, echoes while outside) that occured during gameplay I see nthing wrong with this game. I know some people are put off with the lack of free roaming you can do, as you simply switch scenes instead of physically pushingthe analog stick (I played with a controller) to reach there. But really, it's not that big a deal as you do much more interesting combos of context actions.

The story is set during the day of the first movie where everything goes to hell. You control multiple characters left in the park for reasons very connected with the film (a mercenary waiting to take the DNA sample that Wayne Knight's character never delivered and a dino vet and his young daughter (this may be the only child character in JP I don't want to feed to the T-Rex). The tension is palable, the voice acting is up to par with other titles and the dialogue and story (as well as relationships with other characters) keep you engaged.

If you are a fan of TellTale's other more recent games likeThe Walking Dead, Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands and Game of Thrones and you liked any of the JP films (especially the first one) there is no reason not to buy this, especially if it goes on sale. One episode in and I'm having a blast.
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