Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash, must navigate Isla Sorna, InGen's Site B where dinosaur breeding grounds for the Jurassic Park were, and use brains and scarce weapons to reach the abandoned InGen facility and call for help.
Also Known As:
Jurassic Park: Trespasser
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The game had been advertised and hyped up for years prior to its release, which was to coincide with the VHS release of The Lost World: Jurassic Park
(1997). In interviews, the developers would constantly tease gaming fans with more and more info about the game's innovative features, so the anticipation for the game was incredibly high. After the developing team failed to meet the intended deadline several times and struggled with fixing the game's large number of issues, they were eventually forced to release it in a half-finished, barely stable state. The backlash was unavoidable and huge, as the game received negative reviews all across the board and became a commercial failure, barely selling over fifty thousand copies. Although many were quick to brand it one of (or even the) worst games of all time, it was soon forgotten after being overshadowed by an even bigger video game disappointment, Daikatana
(2000). Nevertheless, in the following years, this game became something of an obscure cult classic and has a small fanbase of its own who have tried to iron out some of the game's faults. See more
When Anne radios for help, the subtitles are several seconds out of sync with the dialogue, and the punctuation contains several typos. See more
I always believed Nedry left himself a back door something about the hobbits or god knows what.
References The Lost World