Amy Lukima wrote: »
But not with dinosaur meat.
Origami wrote: »
I hope it includes survival elements. Like, a puzzle where you have to find the items to bar down your door.
Eff One wrote: »
It's just gonna be a point 'n' click graphic adventure, innit?
Alan Johnson wrote: »
I love Jurassic park like a fat kid loves cake ! I got to see some stuff yesterday at Telltale and me and my roommate had to restrain ourselves from drooling
Trenchfoot wrote: »
AAAH! The excitment, dammit!
Edit: And a suggestion: How about a limited time to select your answer? Kinda like in Farenheit/Indigo Prophecy. It would add a lot to the tension.
waroftheworlds01 wrote: »
I didn't want to make a new thread and felt that this was the best one to put it in. But i was thinking about the gameplay and something occured to me. Have you noticed that none of the sequels or video games ever took into account that the T-Rex could not see you if you didn't move? I mean, in the first movie Grant was able to keep the T-Rex away by standing still, throwing a flare, and moving away when the T-Rex ran after it.
Now lets look at all the games. You stand still, the T-Rex eats you. Wouldn't it be awesome if for the first time in a Jurassic Park video game you could actually use that for dealing with the T-Rex. Think about it. You have some flares in you invintory, you use one to distract the T-Rex to get away. And if he looks in your direction simply don't move and he won't attack you. I think that would actually make for a suspensefull situation.