Jurassic World Evolution is Like Rollercoaster Tycoon With a MAJOR Dinosaur Twist
With the Jurassic franchise being a seriously hot topic at the moment, I take a moment to explore the new Jurassic World Evolution game which is available to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.
With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hitting our cinema screens a few weeks ago, the Frontier were quick to reveal their latest game offering as it was released at the beginning of last week.
What is the concept of the new Jurassic World Evolution game?
Well, this game is (of course) centered around the player creating and running their very own Jurassic Park. A complete business simulation, the game play is extremely challenging - something you may be inclined to expect when a load of dinosaurs are within the same breathing space as human visitors. It's not just the mix of humans and dinosaurs you need to be wary of, you also need to be clued up on how to successfully inhabit your saurs and keep them content - along with the increasingly difficult to please public.
Be sure to check out the official launch trailer now here...
How you can play Jurassic World Evolution...
Jurassic World Evolution is available to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. There is little doubt that the graphics on this game are anything but extraordinary - the detail is insane and you can even see down to the every last dinosaur scale on each of their bodies.
What does the Jurassic World Evolution game entail?
Well, it requires a lot of dedication and work, there is very little doubt about that. Almost every reviewer has stated that the game does take time to get used to and the tutorials may feel a little bit insubstantial - so the gamer is left to have a play and discover what really works and what doesn't through trial and error (which, personally, I prefer) - and yes a lot of dinosaurs and humans will probably be eaten in the process...
How much does the game cost and is it worth the investment?
For PS4, the new release from the Jurassic franchise will set you back around £44.99, and the same can be said for Xbox One.
With pretty much all games setting you back a similar amount, whether this game is worth the investment or not is really down to personal opinion. I remember the days when Rollercoaster Tycoon was my LIFE and I genuinely couldn't get off it and I feel the same with this wonderful simulation.
If you love both business simulations and Jurassic Park, then this will be a must-have game but if you're more into nitty gritty battle games, this may not be quite the hit you were looking for.
Have you played the new Jurassic World Evolution game yet?
As always, I want to hear from YOU - have you got your hands on the game already? What are your thoughts on it's gameplay? Do you loooove it? Or find it far too frustrating?
Let us know in the comments below!