Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection is coming in physical format to PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch from Meridiem Games in a few months. What a bunch of… good news!
If you are a collector and after the announcement of Jurassic Park Survival had you itching to play some of the saga’s games, soon you’ll be able to play not one, but seven games. That’s right, Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection is launching in physical format in just a few months.
Meridiem Games has announced the arrival of this compilation, which includes seven classic works from the iconic dinosaur saga, including Jurassic Park from SNES, among many others. The physical edition of Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection is coming to PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
This version will be out on June 7, 2024 and is already available for pre-order. Want to know more about the game? Well, here are all the titles included in Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection… There are plenty of scales:
- Jurassic Park (8-bit NES)
- Jurassic Park (8-bit Game Boy)
- Jurassic Park (16-bit SNES)
- Jurassic Park (16-bit Genesis)
- Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues (SNES)
- Jurassic Park 2 (8-bit Game Boy)
- Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition (Genesis)
Jurassic Park remains strong
This compilation has been available for a few months in digital format, but it’s great news that we’ll have it in physical format as well. If you want to know a little more in-depth about its extras, these releases see quality-of-life improvements added such as save points for each game, new in-game maps, and some minor adjustments.
Undoubtedly, all fans can take advantage and get their hands on this Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection while the wait for a new film continues. Remember that the new Jurassic World movie already has a release date and might have the director of John Wick.
As for one of the most important video game releases that the saga has seen in recent years, you can always take a look at our review of Jurassic World Evolution 2.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 is bigger and better in every way, even though it seems more like a definitive edition than a sequel. Its campaign doesn’t make the most of the premise of containing wild dinosaurs, and you’ll spend most of your time in Nublar and Sorna. But it perfects the gameplay with a huge amount of content and that’s more than enough.
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