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Jurassic Park Rampage Edition Sega Genesis
 

Developer: BlueSky Innovations
Publisher: Sega of America, Inc.
Origin: United States
Released: 1994
Genre: Action
Platform: Sega Genesis
Control Elements: Gamepad
ESRB Rating: Everyone, for Mild Animated Violence.

As paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant it is your mission to head back to Isla Nublar, for a second time after barely making it out alive the first. You’ll need to retrieve some very precious and rare dinosaur specimens for the InGen Corporation. Playing as a vicious velociraptor it’s up to you to destroy everything in your path and devour the human visitor.

Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition is perhaps one of the more popular games spawned from the franchise. You’ll be able to play through multiple levels, use a huge arsenal of weapons, meet various species of dinosaur, and avoid the paralyzing spit of the Dilophosaurs. You’ll even be able to ride on the backs of a Gallimimus and Triceratops to avoid hoards of carnivorous animals. Set as a 2-dimensional action side-scroller and released in the United States this game was definitely an instant classic.









 














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