Telltale To Take On Jurassic Park And Back To The Future

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#51 Posted by Deusoma (3032 posts) -
Admittedly, an FPS probably wouldn't be the way to go, that would be very much like the Turok games and that's not what JP is all about. 
But I can totally see it being a third-person game, the kind that used to be called "action-adventures", where you'd solve puzzles and explore the island, while still making defending yourself from hostile dinosaurs an important part of the experience.
#52 Posted by Meowayne (6084 posts) -

When you gotta go, you gotta go.

#53 Posted by Battsey (49 posts) -

Here's hoping for some kind of remake of the Jurassic Park game for the SNES. Used the scare the living crap out of me as a kid. No not the sidescroller one (though that would rock too).

#54 Posted by mangomonger (67 posts) -

those games as a point and click  sounds good to me

#55 Posted by MacGyver (280 posts) -

i want a new open world JP game where the island grand opening goes extremely wrong and you w/ a party of fools have to survive leaving open moral choices and suspense filled ending.

#56 Posted by ZeForgotten (10397 posts) -

This is heavy! 

#57 Edited by MrKlorox (11209 posts) -

Back to the Future could make a great point and click adventure with Telltale at the helm. However I'm not so sure about Jurassic Park. Have they shown they can do drama before?

#58 Posted by ddensel (388 posts) -

Can we expect a Jaws 19 3D mini game in Back to the Future? No? Am I too much of a BTTF fanboy? Yes.

#59 Posted by dvorak (1497 posts) -

This is some more great unexpected Pre-E3 news.

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