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The Lost World: Jurassic Park
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North American Box Art

Developer(s) DreamWorks Interactive
Publisher(s) NA EU Electronic Arts
JP Electronic Arts Victor
PlayStation Platform(s) PlayStation
Release date(s) NA August 31, 1997
EU September 1, 1997
JP December 4, 1997
Genre Action
Rating(s) NA T
Mode(s) Single Player
The Lost World: Jurassic​ Park is a game for the PlayStation. The game is based on the film with the same name. The game was released on August 31, 1997. The game has 5 playable characters: a compsognathus, a velociraptor, a tyrannosaurus rex, a human hunter, and human prey (Sarah Harding). As the player "makes its way up the food chain" it becomes more powerful in a sense. A Greatest Hits version of this game was released on September 23, 1998 under the title The Lost World: Jurassic Park - Special Edition. The game was rated T for animated violence and animated blood and gore.

ReceptionEdit

The game generally got negative reviews from critics. The highest ratings the game got were 60% (GameRankings), C (Game Revolution), and 5.6/10 (GameSpot). The Special Edition version got better reviews as evidenced by The Video Game Critic giving the Special Edition a B- (with their original grade being D). The Video Game Critic states that "Lost World Special Edition is almost good enough to let me forgive EA for the first one".

TriviaEdit

  • Ironically, the back of the box says 'You're the T-Rex!' but the player only gets to play as the T-Rex in 7 out of the 31 levels.
  • Several other Jurassic Park games share this name.
  • This game also shares its name with an arcade game and a pinball table.

GalleryEdit

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