Jurassic Park: Survival, it's finally happening

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SO YEAH THIS WAS ANNOUNCED AT THE GAME AWARDS

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A Dinosaur Survival Horror game?!? With the JP license? Count me in.

I love survival horror, from Resident Evil, to Dead Space. I've briefly played Dino Crisis, but I couldn't get past the tank controls. So, this would be exciting even if not for JP.
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Peaks my interest. Great to finally have reasons to purchase a PS5. Never bothered before because there wasn't any games I cared about.
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Hor yay, I will buy this physically when it comes out
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I can't wait! I love games such as Outlast, Alien Isolation, and the recent Resident Evil's!

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Oh yeah I forgot to comment about this one lol

A dinosaur survival horror game always had the potential to be something super special, and the fact it's also part of perhaps THE biggest dino franchise ever just makes things even better. I'm sure there's going to be a lot to love about this game.
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Looks really cool! But Nublar AGAIN? It's starting to look like Ingen left most of their staff behind! :lol:


My first, second, and third wish for this game is for it to feature dinosaurs that were on the island but didn't make it onto the screen. Let's have a tense journey down a river, being stalked by a pair of Baryonyx. 8-)
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I have high expectations but I will wait for more gameplay footage.
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This is one of the games I have waited years for
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So Trespasser but it's what Trespasser hyped itself up to be? I can write all kinds of numbers on this check, Saber Interactive. Tell me. What's it gonna take?
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JAGzilla wrote: Sun Dec 10, 2023 7:32 am So Trespasser but it's what Trespasser hyped itself up to be? I can write all kinds of numbers on this check, Saber Interactive. Tell me. What's it gonna take?
I seen some gameplay, it doesn’t look as fun but that’s just me. It looks like you need a couple of mods to get it working.
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Thatguy4683 wrote: Tue Jan 02, 2024 12:53 pm
JAGzilla wrote: Sun Dec 10, 2023 7:32 am So Trespasser but it's what Trespasser hyped itself up to be? I can write all kinds of numbers on this check, Saber Interactive. Tell me. What's it gonna take?
I seen some gameplay, it doesn’t look as fun but that’s just me. It looks like you need a couple of mods to get it working.
If you're talking about Trespasser, you really need to take into account the fact that this game released when 3D gaming was still in its infancy. Like, "before even Ocarina of Time" kind of infancy.

Trespasser pioneered things that we take for granted in modern games, such as rendering large open outdoor 3D environments, granular physics, and having multiple AI operating simultaneously in said environments. Did it come up short? Sure, but only because it attempted to push boundaries that modern gaming still couldn't consistently nail. You just don't see that kind of innovation in today's video game market where every large developer plays it safe by following old trends.

I would gladly take a hundred buggy but ambitious passion projects like Trespasser over the AAA microtransaction-laden grind-a-thon slop that Ubisoft and EA churn out today.
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Spirit Ghidorah 2010 wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2024 7:11 am
Thatguy4683 wrote: Tue Jan 02, 2024 12:53 pm
JAGzilla wrote: Sun Dec 10, 2023 7:32 am So Trespasser but it's what Trespasser hyped itself up to be? I can write all kinds of numbers on this check, Saber Interactive. Tell me. What's it gonna take?
I seen some gameplay, it doesn’t look as fun but that’s just me. It looks like you need a couple of mods to get it working.
If you're talking about Trespasser, you really need to take into account the fact that this game released when 3D gaming was still in its infancy. Like, "before even Ocarina of Time" kind of infancy.

Trespasser pioneered things that we take for granted in modern games, such as rendering large open outdoor 3D environments, granular physics, and having multiple AI operating simultaneously in said environments. Did it come up short? Sure, but only because it attempted to push boundaries that modern gaming still couldn't consistently nail. You just don't see that kind of innovation in today's video game market where every large developer plays it safe by following old trends.

I would gladly take a hundred buggy but ambitious passion projects like Trespasser over the AAA microtransaction-laden grind-a-thon slop that Ubisoft and EA churn out today.
Late reply, but this. Trespasser was very impressive and exciting for the time, and gave me a lot of hours of fun back in the day. It made an effort to be something great, and I can appreciate that even if it fell short of its goals. Anyway, the bugs and bad graphics add their own brand of fun charm you don't get in these slick modern games.
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I just want another game where you can play as the Dinosaurs.

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