Jurassic World Evolution 2 Review
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In the summer of 2018, Universal Games and Frontier Developments dropped arguably the best movie tie-in game ever made with Jurassic World Evolution. It was a stellar park simulation game that used assets from the Jurassic Park/World films to add scenarios and, of course, dinosaurs to up the ante, and create a sense of both wonder and chaos of trying to build and manage an amusement park. Jurassic World Evolution was one of my favorite games when it launched, and now, three years later, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is here to create more dino-chaos for you to manage and overcome, or stumble and let your guests become dinner.
The first game was a park simulator that incorporated the study and creation of dinosaurs to build attractions for guests to spend their hard-earned money to come to see. It followed the films from which it is based and put the control entirely in your hands. Jurassic World Evolution 2 takes a different approach. Following the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the dinosaurs are off the islands and out in the real world, and you’re tasked with finding them and building parks around them. It’s less about creating and managing the chaos that you inevitably create, and more reactively making lemonade out of 65 million-year-old lemons by managing the situations you come into.