Asian Inferno wrote: »
Does Oscar have a full name?
Irishmile wrote: »
Yeah Oscar.... Im not convinced
he is dead
... If there was an episode 5 it would probably be just him riding the T-Rex like a horse and punching triceratops in the throat.
Also of course he doesn't have a last name like Cher he doesnt need one.. and he could also render a battleship useless by showing up with very little clothing and a bad attitude.... um.... Also like Cher
MasCot wrote: »
Punching a Raptor in the face is still awesome and he had a nicely done, heroic death.
But I think every character had their merits: Gerry provided nice moral grounding, Jess was unpredictable and she was the one to move the story along a few times, Nima was the most complex and I liked that she became the mother tiger in the end, Sorkin's insanity was great and I really liked that Billy
turned to the dark side
. And of course Nedry's corpse provided the warmth that the story needed.:p
MarkDarin wrote: »
Awesome, I was just about to post the exact same poll!!
robotpo wrote: »
The end credits list his name as "Oscar Morales"...
caeska wrote: »
My absolute favorite is Billy Yoder. Too bad things didn't work out for him, I was really rooting for that character in the end.
Surprising that nobody has voted for Nima yet, she is a pretty good character.
Shadowknight1 wrote: »
I liked Nima too. I just liked Oscar a little bit better. I liked em all really. Gerry was likeable, though at times I wanted to slap him and say, "Parenting! You're doing it wrong!" Jess I liked at first, wanted to slap when she started to get snippy and rebellious, laughed when she threw the cigarettes in the raptors mouth, and nodded in agreement when she stated that if the goal of the trip was to scare her out of shoplifting, then it worked. I felt for Nima the entire time. She made it clear that, even if Hammond wasn't directly responsible, InGen screwed up her life, and her quest to help her daughter was one I was rooting for. Dr. Sorkin may have gone a little nuts at the end, but most of the time, I found myself in agreement with her. I believe that the dinosaurs have the right to exist. Sadly, InGen did not. I wouldn't be surprised if Peter Ludlow was the one who authorized the bombing of the island. And Billy Yoder...likeable at first, felt terrible for him when Oscar was killed, worse when they found D-Caf with Troodon eggs in him(God that was disgusting), and then I wanted to punch him when he decided to drop an incendiary grenade on the Hardings and leave them to die.
Only character I didn't give two ****s about was Miles. He was annoying. Wasn't sad to see him go. Typical paper pusher.
jurassiraptor wrote: »
This game is full of good characters, and good characterization and story arcs for those characters. I was rather impressed with the writing and how story-driven and character-driven the game is.
I have to say the Hardings are my favorite though. Gerry was a major character in the book, with a bit part in the movie. It was good to see the character finally get some long-ovedue action. The role of Jess was handled well: The Jurassic Park movies always have an element of experiencing the dinosaurs through the eyes of a child or teen, and this game was able to continue that tradition without it feeling forced and without the character being bratty or annoying.
Drowning witch wrote: »
I can't pick a single one. Everyone was great, because for 99% of the game they were all very human. Unlike the most cardboard cutout characters we get in most games these days, and then we wonder why gaming isn't widely accepted as an art form yet.