Telltale Games has opened the doors on its Jurassic Park: The Game website and also provided a behind-the-scenes video entitled “Return to Isla Nublar” as well as the specs for the Deluxe Edition of the game, which launches November 15 on the Xbox 360 (North American retail), PlayStation Network for PlayStation3, Windows PC, and Mac with the iPad2 version coming shortly thereafter – just in time for the holidays.
From the Press Release:
At the newly minted website (click here), fans can get an early jump on ordering the Deluxe Edition of Jurassic Park: The Game for either the PC or Mac. The Deluxe Edition of Jurassic Park: The Game is loaded with additional content and exclusive bonus swag for the most discerning Jurassic Park fan.
Contents of Jurassic Park: The Game Deluxe Edition include:
• Welcome letter from John Hammond, creator of the theme park
• All four episodes of Jurassic Park: The Game on a single disc
• Replica Jurassic Park staff ID card
• Replica Jurassic Park staff uniform patch
• Replica movie brochure/map updated with Jurassic Park: The Game content
• 32-page ”InGen Field Guide” from the notes of park geneticist, Dr. Sorkin
• Digital download code for the Official Jurassic Park: The Game soundtrack & exclusive videos
The Deluxe Edition of Jurassic Park: The Game will be available for $49.99, but pre-ordering from the Telltale Online Store qualifies customers for $10 off the listed price. Deluxe pre-order customers will be able to download the game from the Telltale Online Store on November 15th with the Deluxe Edition shipping mid-December. US customers should receive their Deluxe Editions before Christmas. The Standard Digital Edition of the game will be available to buy from the Telltale Online Store on November 15th for $29.99.
But pre-orders are not the only thing in the dinosaur paddock! The Jurassic Park: The Game website will have fans roaming Isla Nublar, gaining access into unexplored areas and new dinosaur habitats. Challenges abound as visitors hack their way into hidden InGen files and data.
The Jurassic Park: The Game website is also your portal to exclusive content that includes freshly hatched screens shots, artwork, and dynamic videos like the newly released behind the scenes video “Return to Isla Nublar” available now for download and viewing.
The Jurassic Park: The Game site is open; online park construction is complete; and the dinosaurs — for now — are contained … but for how long?
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