'Lego Jurassic World' game packs four movies' worth of brick dinosaurs

We have no idea how Jurassic World is going to turn out come summer, but we do know that it’s getting Lego-fied for Lego Jurassic World. The game follows all three Jurassic Park stories in addition to this June’s blockbuster, and it’ll be available for basically every platform you can think of. Short on imagination? Well then, here’s a list: 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Phew. The dino-centric series has always had a bit of a mixed showing when it came to solid video game adaptations (the Sega Genesis movie tie-in and the Xbox’s Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis were great, though), but the folks at Traveller’s Tale have a pretty good track record with their Lego games.

Were any other developer making a Jurassic World title I’d be worried, but instead I’m actually looking forward to exploring a brick-built Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna. It might even look a little like the video below!

If you’d rather your virtual Legos stick to familiar territory, however, Lego Marvel’s Avengers: The Age of Ultron was announced today too. But seriously, given the choice between a game starring The Hulk or a T-Rex, I’m going to pick the latter every single time.

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Via: Kotaku

Source: Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment

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