LEGO Jurassic World
Small innovations keep Lego Jurassic World interesting - for all ages.
If you're looking for the ultimate LEGO experience for the dinosaur / Jurassic Park/World fan, this is it. There are some design choices I'm not fond of, but LEGO Jurassic World keeps pace with the popular LEGO franchise games.
Just like Lego Marvel is the best MARVEL game, Lego Jurassic World is the best JURASSIC PARK game!
LEGO games may very well be formulaic, but the old adage of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" applies very aptly here. There is the same comedy and parody of the source material as with many of the other releases, which while is done to make the game more family friendly, has the added benefit of resulting in some genuinely funny moments. The games are simple and fun to play for audiences of all ages and sizes; for fans of Jurassic Park or the LEGO games in general, LEGO Jurassic World is a must pick up.
The game is extremely fun but is the shortest and most story focused in the entire series so far. As was to be expected, lots of sections have been cut out. The PS3/PS4 versions are massive open world things with lots more content and collectibles, leaving the Vita version at roughly half the size. I have played the PS4 release, and while I like the PS4 version better since it's a much bigger world, the Vita version is very fun since it gives us a bite-sized releae on the go.
'LEGO Jurassic World' is a light-hearted, funny and generally excellent take on the four movies. Filled with enough chuckle-worthy moments to lighten up even the sourest of sourpusses, and featuring addictive and worthy gameplay, the game is a no-brainer for 'Jurassic' fans and a must for casual gamers. The only downside is that it's more of the same. If you are tired of TT Games' LEGO offerings by now, steer well clear. All others can safely pick up this title – get it now while the free LEGO Gallimimus is still included!
GREAT - Lego Jurassic World is an incredibly easy to pick up platformer. It’s a solid throwback to old school adventure games, and a super fun way to experience the story of the franchise. It’s definitely not as fleshed out as the more “Triple A” Lego titles, but this game shows a lot of love to the Jurassic park fandom and will have fans hooked almost immediately.
It's the same game of 2015, but now with all the DLCs included and the ability to play it anywhere. A reasonably good port if, as in other LEGO games' ports, you forgive some little issues, like some blurry textures. It keeps the spanish voiceover, that always is a welcome news (although it's downsampled).
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LEGO Jurassic World's puzzles and combat keep up a great pace that get you past annoyances and back to the fun quickly.
Part of the addictiveness is opening up as many characters as possible and coming back to each level to access areas you couldn't before. As much as I enjoyed this aspect I found something new that overshadowed it, and it was playing as some of the dinosaurs in the game. You can play as some of the famed movies dinos as part of specific levels, but you can also hunt for amber stones and open up other dinosaurs for play later. You'll get to relive that famed scene from the original Jurassic Park movie where the T-Rex fights off a pack of Velociraptors in the park's visitor center or take on the role of a Triceratops and help Ellie and one of her friends get back to safety as a storm hits the island. Playing as a dino is fun, and adds a bit more to the game's overall experience.