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Jurassic Park: Survival looks like the Dino Crisis reboot we've been waiting for

Jurassic Park: Survival looks like the Dino Crisis reboot we've been waiting for

Urgh, I wish we had a new Dino Crisis

Considering Capcom are straight up refusing to give us another Dino Crisis game, it’s up to somebody else to give us scary dinosaurs who will chase us and chomp on our bones.

Apparently, it’s up to Saber Interactive who are bringing us a new Jurassic Park game, and they’ve just dropped three brilliant screenshots showing us the dangers waiting.

Jurassic Park: Survival looks to be faithfully recreating the film's vibes

I’m going to be honest, if you were to create the perfect pitch for a Jurassic Park: Survival game it would be the synopsis of this game by Saber Interactive. Give this a read and there’s no denying it’s a great premise.

“Return to Isla Nublar the day after the events of the beloved 1993 Jurassic Park film in an original adventure 65 million years in the making.”

The day after. The T-Rex has barely pooped out the bones of an unsuspecting scientist and we’re going back to that cursed island. Those dinos are still going to be hungry. It continues…

“Survive thrilling first-person action as InGen scientist Dr. Maya Joshi, who was unable to evacuate Isla Nublar, in this single-player action-adventure game and discover a never-before-told story.”

Okay, now I’m all in. Evacuate the island? With all those raptors scurrying about the place? No thanks. That’s a quick way to get eaten alive. And is that little spitting prick still lording it about? What’s it called? Oh, a Dilophosaurus. Imagine turning a corner and he’s just chilling, then you have to play the next two minutes blinded and wandering. Saber, you can have that one.

Anyway, the screenshots are gorgeous and showcase the game’s dinosaurs in alpha renderings which, while they can’t be relied upon to show the game, they’re still quite lovely.

The lengths Saber has gone to to evoke the feeling of the original film is wonderful and I hope it continues through development and we could be onto a winner. And at least we’ll have something similar to Dino Crisis, finally.

Featured Image Credit: Universal

Topics: Dino Crisis, Retro Gaming

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