Jurassic Park: The Game Previews - PS3

Jurassic Park: The Game
  • Publisher: Telltale Games
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  • Developer: Telltale Games
  • Release Date:Nov 15, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood, Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Tobacco, Violence)
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Game Description: Telltale Games' five-part series will serve as a direct sequel to the first Jurassic Park movie, and will put a larger emphasis on character development and adventure than pure action.
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    Jurassic Park: The Game Story Preview


    Jurassic Park is back, and Morgan Webb got the scoop at a recent Telltale Games event from Telltale CEO Dan Connors on where this title's upcoming story will fit in to the series.

    Posted: Apr 5, 2011 | 17,225 Views | 02:18

  • Jurassic Park: The Game Action Trailer

    Posted: August 31, 2011

    16,465 Views | 01:00

  • Jurassic Park Floor Report E3 2011 Live

    Posted: June 7, 2011

    5,497 Views | 01:51

  • Jurassic Park: The Game Story Preview

    Posted: April 5, 2011

    17,225 Views | 02:18

  • Jurassic Park: The Game "The Dinosaurs Return" Trailer

    Posted: March 29, 2011

    23,219 Views | 03:40

  • Telltale Games' Jurassic Park Story Preview

    Posted: March 4, 2011

    11,546 Views | 03:15


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