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In March 2003, Vivendi Universal Games released Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, a park-building video game developed by Blue Tongue Entertainment that allows players to recreate their own Jurassic Park, featuring 25 dinosaurs and a multitude of rides, shops and other attractions. The game was released on Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC.

Nothing quite beats a good theme park. The hurl-inducing rides, the overpriced food, the useless souvenirs, the long lines'doesn't get any better than that. It's also a well known fact that adding dinosaurs to anything makes it better' well, at least I think so. So what happens when the two combine? Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis results, the newest offering from BlueTongue and Universal Interactive.

Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis takes a spin on the theme park simulation genre, popularized by the Roller Coaster Tycoon series, by adding elements from similar games. The main objective is the build a successful theme park, but instead of roller coasters as the main attraction, dinosaurs are on display. Gamers not only design and build their park, but will also be in charge of a multitude of tasks, from overseeing day-to-day park operations to more exotic tasks such as fossil expeditions and DNA research. Along with the standard park building mode and the sufficient tutorial, there's also a mission mode where subduing angry dinosaurs through a first-person mode is a common staple. All of the different aspects work together well and provide a worthwhile experience, although there are some flaws, most notably the camera. It allows you to zoom up close to dinosaurs, which provides an inspiring view, but it's not completely functional for overseeing a theme park. There's no option that lets you zoom out and see the entire park to quickly access certain parts. Instead, you have to manually move your field of vision around which can be very cumbersome the larger your park gets. Navigating the menus can be just as problematic. Games like these are a dime a dozen on the PC, but they don't come along often on consoles because they just don't translate well onto a control pad. Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis suffers this very fate. The interface is very cluttered and navigating through the endless submenus can be an absolute pain.

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When making a game about dinosaurs, it's usually a plus to make sure they look good and in Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, they look excellent. Other objects such as buildings and landscapes look just as nice with plenty of detail, although the textures up close are a bit muddy. Framerates don't fare as well though. When manipulating the camera, things tend to get sluggish and all fluidity is lost. Graphics are further hampered by the prevalent pop-up due to the small draw-in distance. Audio is the standard stuff, but the Jurassic Park theme is used too much which can get annoying, regardless of how many variations there are.

When all is said and done, Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis translates decently onto the PlayStation 2 albeit with major problems. It won't be for everyone, but for fans of the genre, it's worth checking out. It has the solid gameplay and worthwhile use of the license to boot, but it's held back by several fatal flaws that keep it from being a Recommended Buy.

Overall rating: 7

Welcome to Jurassic Park

As John Hammond welcomed his guests to Jurassic Park to see amazing living, breathing dinosaurs, Blue Tongue Entertainment invites gamers a in the same way to Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis to build their own parks with their own living, breathing dinosaurs. This is a Park Building simulation game where your goal is to create dinosaurs for all to see and to prevent disasters from occurring to the parks inhabitants, both human and dinosaurs alike, and to prove to INGEN (The company responsible for funding the park) and the World that Jurassic Park can be a success.

The player takes control of all operations: building the park, looking after the environment, cloning the dinosaurs and most important of all, entertaining and protecting the visitors. Your not alone in building and running the park as you have the help of various staff who will guide you and help you with decisions.

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The ultimate goal of the game is to make a five-star theme park which will have visitors streaming in to see the amazing dinosaurs and to leave feeling that their curiosity about dinosaurs is satisfied. There are many different types of visitors who require safety, thrills, food and even the bathroom. Your job is to manage the park wisely and maintain guest satisfaction. You start the game off by developing the type of island you want, with options to customize the rivers, mountains and trees to your satisfaction. After this quick selection of a personalized island, you then build the park with paths, fences, attractions, amenities and, ultimately, dinosaurs.

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Dinosaurs

You're able to clone various Dino's of various levels from docile to dangerous. Carnivores can be dangerous, so be careful when putting multiple dinosaurs in the same pen. They are the primary attraction and central to the park being a success or flop. You also must look after their welfare making sure they don't contract diseases, die from starvation or escape their confines. Using your ranger helicopter, you can shoot the dino's with tranquilizers or lethal shots if they get out of hand. Using the helecopter you can also rescue any unfortunate humans who may fall into a compound and carry dinosaurs to other parts of the island is necessary.

Since the Dinosaurs are clones they have much shorter lifespans and are more susceptible to disease than other creatures. Researching immunizations, maxing out the genetic sequence of each dinosaur and making sure they are treated when sick will ensure your dinosaurs live for a longer period of time.

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Dinosaur Species

  • Dryosaurus
  • Gallimimus
  • Homalocephale
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Pachycephalosaurus
  • Styracosaurus
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Brachiosaurus
  • Camarasaurus
  • Corythosaurus
  • Edmontosaurus
  • Ouranosaurus
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Stegosaurus
  • Torosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Albertosaurus
  • Ceratosaurus
  • Dilophosaurus
  • Velociraptor
  • Acrocanthosaurus
  • Allosaurus
  • Carcharodontosaurus
  • Spinosaurus
  • Tyrannosaurus

All of the dinosaurs are rated on a scale from 1 to 5 stars in popularity. A boring Dryosaurus rates only 1 star, while Brachiosaurus and Spinosaurus rate 5 stars. Parasaurolophus, Albertosaurus, and the like rate in between the two. In addition, certain activities dinosaurs partake in, whether it be fighting, drinking, defecating, etc., attract or appall certain visitors. The visitor types are the following: Mainstream, Dino Nerd, Fun Lover, Thrill Seeker. Each type have specific interests and demands.

Both the Original Xbox and PS2 versions of Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis do not feature any multiplayer, online gameplay or downloadable content. The original Xbox game requires a download to be playable on the Xbox 360.

PC System Requirements:

Playing Jurassic Park Operation Genesis on PC requires a Minimum of:

Pentium 2 -400MHz.

128mb RAM.

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659mb Hard Drive Space.

16mb 3D Accelerator Graphics.

Windows XP, ME, 98, 95.