Rank Order of the Worst to Best Jurassic Park Video Games 

Multiple Blue Rings

In 1993 Steven Spielberg took Michael Crichton’s novel about a dinosaur theme park and turned it into a cinema masterpiece. And ever since then every developer from Konami to Telltale has tried to make the films into a video game. The developers were so concerned with whether or not they could, they never stopped to consider whether they should. Welcome to every Jurassic Park Game ever made ranked from worst to best.

For all of the crap developers pushed out to quickly cash in on Jurassic Park’s success, Jurassic Park: The Ride Online Adventure is a breath of fresh air. The site is still up, but the game itself doesn’t seem to be functioning. It’s still worth a visit for some 90’s internet nostalgia.

Level 2

Blue Rings

Level 1

Blue Rings

Level 3

Blue Rings

Trespasser is infamous for being a terrible game. And amongst the slop of Jurrasic Park games, it does truly stand out. The development of Trespasser was tumultuous at best, but it does deserve props for its ambition.

Blue Rings
Multiple Blue Rings

TRESPASSER (PC) GAME

Warpath: Jurassic Park gets to beat out Trespasser simply because it released as a finished game. Make no mistake though, in no way will you have more fun playing Warpath.

Blue Rings
Blue Rings
Blue Rings

WARPATH: JURASSIC PARK

Konami made three games for the Gameboy advanced based on the third Jurassic Park film. DNA Factor was the first to be released, and inarguably the worst.

JURASSIC PARK III: DNA FACTOR

Blue Rings
Multiple Blue Rings
Blue Rings
Blue Rings
Blue Rings

JURASSIC PARK III: ISLAND ATTACK

Island attack is the third Jurassic Park game made by Konami for the GBA. While not the worst or the best, it is the most frustrating because it’s closer than the others to what we actually want. A Metroidvania Jurassic Park video game.

Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition sounds like it’s just an upscaled version of the original Jurassic Park video game released for the Sega Genesis a year earlier. The game is in fact a direct sequel to that game, only adding no value over the original and being much worse.

Blue Rings
Multiple Blue Rings

JURASSIC PARK: RAMPAGE EDITION

A Jurassic Park Telltale game feels like the perfect fit. A story and world as rich and dense as the one Michael Chrichton and Steven Spielberg brought to the page and screen scream story-driven-choice-based gameplay. Somehow though, they managed to make neither the story nor the game fun.

Blue Rings
Multiple Blue Rings

JURASSIC PARK: THE GAME (XBOX360 & PS3)

Click Below to Read More

Click Below to Read More

Other Stories

Story 1

How It’s Made: Autonomous Cars

Story 2

The Interiors of Self-driving Vehicles

..................................................