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Jurassic Park: The Game, first three missions’ gameplay teased

Gamers in the US will have already been running for their lives in the new action adventure game from Telltale, Jurassic Park: The Game as it released over there earlier this week. Meanwhile those in the UK and Europe are yet to receive news of a release date for the game, but that doesn’t stop us from experiencing the first section of gameplay which has been uploaded in a video on the internet.

Telltale Games is the same team that brought us games such as Back to the Future: The Game and they will be hoping for the same reception with their latest film adapted game Jurassic Park: The Game, which despite not yet having an official release date in the UK or Europe, according to Sony ‘it’s coming very soon.’

The video below features almost 15 minutes of gameplay while it takes us through the first three missions in the game. The story of the game picks up from where a section in the first movie left off. The section which it continues from is the part where the overweight computer scientist Dennis Nedry attempts to smuggle dinosaur embryos out of the park before meeting an unpleasant end. While the park’s security systems are down, players must now prevent a rogue corporation from getting hold of these embryos.

According to CVG the game cost $29.99 in the US and the full download of all four episodes is 2.19GB. The Xbox 360 version of the game in Europe was also supposed to be making an appearance soon but is now delayed until 2012 while the PSN Europe version, which is ‘coming very soon’, was expected to launch the same day that the US version was. Check out the video below to get a taste of what we’re missing.

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Written by Chris Cook

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