Jurassic World Review

This game KICKS A*S! Thats a fact. I’m writing this review 13 hours in, and i have just compleated chapter 2, “woah only 2 chapters in 13 hours” you may say. well thats Jurassic for you, there are tones of side activites and compelling side stories that is way too easy to get side tracked and loose your “main goal” but thats ok its hella fun, and when your ready to get back into the main game, the story had balls to the wall action, and serious japanese mafia politics, every single aspect of this game just works.
and its true this game is way better with some form of gamepad, altough the full mouse and kebord support is there for binding so if you absolutely must i’m sure you can find settings that work for you.
Visually, the game is a bit of a oddball, the games original intended ps3 release is apparent, with smaller areas and invisable walls, the game is detailed in its world design, but there are no real special graphical options such as lighting and shadows that make it look particularly modern. That being said, the character models are extreemly detailed and very well done even if the animations themselves outside of combat does not match all to well. I have been using some cheats to get all of the food, dna, coins and cash for free just from this youtube video: jurassic world hack

This lack of detail comes with some positives, PREFORMANCE! the game runs really well, on my gtx1060 and i7-6700k,
at first i was experiencing preformance disps and was extremely disapointed, turns out i had 8x super sampling on meaning i was actually running the game reasonablly well at 4k, turing that off made my gpu usage around 30%, makeing me think this game can run on just about anything.
Now with all the pc port praise ive given it, the game did crash on me twice, for reasons i’m not really sure of, causing me to loose a decent bit of progress ( especially with the unsikppable cutscenes this game has ) thats just a word of caution so save regularly.
I’m super happy to see this game series come to pc with such a great port, and i look forward to playing Kiwami when it is released along with any other installments they choose to bring over 🙂

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