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This year is the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Jurassic Park film and the start of a massive franchise. Four films, with a fifth film releasing later this month and a sixth film already planned, multiple comic books, toys and of course video games. The first Jurassic Park game came out in June 1993, the same month the first film hit theatres.

Since then over 20 different video games for a variety of platforms have been released. Let's take a look back at some of the best, worst and weirdest Jurassic Park video games.


Movie tie-ins are a gamble that usually ends with a lacklustre game. For every Spider-Man 2, there's a dozen games that are clunky and not worth your time. Jurassic World Evolution falls somewhere in between.

It's not the most detailed park-building sim, but if you embrace some of its clumsiness, you'll find yourself lost in the fantasy of being a dinosaur park mogul.

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Jurassic Park didn't exactly tone down its violence and make its dino-stars seem like friendly petting zoo fodder, but that didn't stop a part of me from fantasizing about one day riding a velociraptor like a mighty stallion. A fantasy that, thanks to Fisher-Price, can now be a reality for kids with this Power Wheels Dino Racer.


Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd from Back to the Future, Stephen Merchant and Ellen McLain from Portal, Gary Oldman as the game's big bad and two different Chris Pratt performances -- LEGO Dimensions' definitely got talent.


There might already be a million LEGO games, but they're not going anywhere, as evidenced by the several new brand-new ones announced this morning. Most importantly, obviously, is the confirmation of LEGO Jurassic World, which will incorporate elements from all the Jurassic Park films. There's something called LEGO Avengers too, I guess. Folks probably want that.