Telltale games is best associated with animated point n’ click adventure style games but given the franchise license for Jurassic Park’s reboot, they are going at it seriously with a full sandbox style world to explore, escape, die in, or conquer.
Below is the first released concept art image which reminds us of the birthing a brontosaur (or is it stegosaur?) but either way, it’s an interesting still to contemplate when considering the trailer release which is also provided below these images to refresh your memory. Of course we will also provide the most update to date release notes and date as soon as it becomes available. Presently is slated release by the 3rd quarter of 2011.
The image below is the concept design for the docks on Jurassic Park. We experienced viewing these in a couple of the film releases and is a staple for the island location, for it’s the only way to escape (at least in Jurassic Park III)
The concept art image below is Nedry’s clearing, and if you remember the baby raptors attack on Nedry from the first film, this location is quite familiar to you. One of the coolest things about this project is that they are re-envisioning and revisiting the first film in an epic video game release and we are excited not only to bring you these updates, but getting our team involved in playing and creating the full Jurassic Park walkthrough video guide upon release
"Jurassic Park: The Game is an incredibly authentic take on the Jurassic Park universe," Alan Johnson, TellTale’s manager of public relations and social media, told me today. "Fans will see spots in the park they recognize from the first film while running into totally previously unseen locations that make sense in the biological preserve theme park setting. Of course, that also means there are more places for the dinosaurs to kill you."
I’m interested to see other locations from the film depicted in the game’s world, particularly the large museum lobby where we last saw T-Rex near the end of the first "Jurassic Park."
More details Via MTV Multiplayer