The Great Revival of The Jurassic Park Games

Limited Run Games will be bringing back multiple Jurassic Park games to celebrate the franchise's 30th anniversary.

By DShelley, Posted 20 Sep 2023

There's something about Jurassic Park that sparks both nostalgic wonder and horrifying terror. The franchise has been around for over 30 years and to celebrate the impressive milestone, it seems like many classic Jurassic Park games are being brought back in the form of the upcoming Jurassic Park: Classic Games Collection by Limited Run Games.

The studio behind the revival announced back in July that they would be bringing back some of the old SNES Jurassic Park games as a way to commemorate the dinosaur horror franchise's 30th Anniversary. The games in question are Jurassic Park from the SNES and GameBoy along with Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues from the same consoles. Both of these titles would have been remade in Limited Run Games' own Carbon Engine. As exciting as the remasters for these two games are, we are apparently getting remasters of even more classic Jurassic Park games.

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The two previously announced remakes were both released on the SNES and GameBoy but now it seems that we will also be getting games from the Sega Genesis system. The two Jurassic Park Genesis games that will be receiving the remake treatment will be none other than Jurassic Park, not to be mistaken for the one mentioned earlier, and Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition. Despite the confusing names, Jurassic Park for the Sega Genesis is very different to Jurassic Park released for the SNES, it is a top-down exploration game while the other is your traditional side-scroller. The Ramage Edition is a revamp of the first game but on a new engine. Hopefully that didn't make you more confused than you already were.

The announcement that we will be getting even more remakes of classic games is very exciting, as there aren't many ethical ways of playing these old games without the use of emulators or other work arounds. The remakes will feature all the bells and whistles you would expect such as - better graphics, higher resolutions, new maps, all important save states and many more modern quality of life changes and improvements. If you're interested in snagging these remakes, you will be glad to know that you will have a chance from now until 15 October 2023 to pre-order the physical versions of the games. The game will be released digitally on 22 October 2023. The games will be released on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

Daman Shelley (@UndeadandTired)
Editor, NoobFeed

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