Jurassic World Evolution is the latest release of the title set in the film series. Although it has nothing to do with cinema, since in this game our main objective will be to build our own Jurassic park. With attractions made up of dinosaurs.
We will have to take into account all possible safety measures so that the film is not repeated. Control and lock each dinosaur in adapted cells, feed them, monitor electricity consumption and security fences. There are many factors to consider in this new Jurasic World game.
This package introduces a number of new dinosaurs to add to our park: Styracosaurus, Crichtonsaurus, Majungasaurus, Archaeornithomimus and Suchomimus. Remember that this package is exclusive for the holders of the base game, which is not included in this product.
Jurassic World Evolution is not the best or most complex management sim on the planet, but that's okay, it’s still demanding enough to be very entertaining. The focal point of the game are the dinosaurs anyway, and they look amazing.
Jurassic World Evolution may not be the best theme park management game, but it’s the most exciting dinosaur management game. And that’s enough for us.
Jurassic World Evolution is not a deep simulator, but if you are a fan on Jurassic World universe, it's the game of your dream.
The mostly gorgeous visuals add to the well captured Jurassic Park atmosphere. In terms of gameplay though, it stays mostly shallow.
Jurassic World Evolution is a direct shot to nostalgia with the appearance of familiar faces, the magic BSO and a huge variety of dinosaurs. Even so, it’s global simplicity and the current lack of options in the management of the park makes the necessity of various updates in order to improve and become the perfect Jurassic Park simulator we all want.
Jurassic World Evolution is a good game, but some of its elements are painfully unfinished. If you really want to build your dinosaur park, do not look any further, however, the game should definitely be a bit cheaper. [Issue#287]
Unfortunately, the act of doing all this research and genetic splicing amounts to the same level of involvement as a mobile clicker game. It’s just plain tedious. No one is saying that science has to be exhilarating, but it should at least feel more fulfilling than snoozing your morning alarm clock.
December 14, 2018
Jurassic World Evolution: Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack DLC is now available! Watch video
July 19, 2018
Jurassic World Evolution hits one million sales. Read more
July 2, 2018
Jurassic World Evolution adds six new species. Watch video
May 9, 2018
IGN publishes the first 20 minutes of Jurassic World Evolution. Watch video