Jurassic Park Mii Verse Friends!

   

    Ever since the dawn of Nintendo's Wii, we've seen plenty of celebrates and plenty of characters from TV shows, video games, and cartoons. But have you ever wanted to have some Jurassic Park Mii characters on your 3DS, Wii, or Wii U? Well fear not! Thanks to JPLegacy user sdp now you can have three characters from the films as well as the man himself Stephen Spielberg.

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Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores Review

   
     Dino games in the console space are slim to none these days... But if you take a look at the IOS or android market place they're almost over flowing with Dino content. Although there are some stinkers in there, if you've ever played Deer Hunter 2014 by Glu Games, then you already know that Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores is nothing but quality and fun!


Jurassic Park Aftermath Still In Development After All?

   

     A few months ago I wrote a article about how Jurassic Park Aftermath, a game from creator Vangrantart, that very well may have become the best Jurassic Park game ever, was cancelled. Well it looks like the game is actually still in development thanks to a YouTube video and some images posted on the forums of JPLegacy.org!

(More info in the article)


Trespasser Fan Remake Prototype!

   

     Here's a look at a fan made prototype Trespasser remake for the PC. The prototype was developed by Jurassic Park Aftermath creator, Vagrantart. If you don't remember, Trespasser was a video game sequel to The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and was released back in 1997 for PC. Due to time constraints, the game is pretty buggy and just wasn't finished. In the video (after the break) we can take a look at this remake, and although there isn't a dinosaur to be found, its still really exciting to see this game getting the attention it deserves in the form of a remake!

Three hours of Primal Rage!

     Primal Rage 2, the long since cancelled fighting game sequel from the 90's, has been a game that many of us have been wanting for years now! Well, now you can at least see what would have been with this video from The Galloping Ghost, an arcade featured in Illinois. Who actually has an unreleased cabinet of the game that's available for the public to play. Below you can enjoy three full hours of gameplay and commentary about many of the new features available, enjoy!