Jurassic World has been written about extensively on The JHN Files. Rather than cover old ground, it's time to revisit some existing posts.
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It's much more than a walk in the park... and nowhere near as bad as it's made out to be.
'What was this film? This dark, gloomy affair with its unfamiliar music and inexplicable main character?'
In which Channel 2 returns alongside some reflection on the first year of The JHN Files, and a few thoughts about its future.
The title says it all. Our first glimpse of Jurassic World Evolution answered some questions, and raised about sixty-five million more.
The Lost Legacy is Uncharted through-and-through, and resounding proof that the series can be a-okay without Nathan Drake.
Flaws and all, Brotherhood is a shining example of what early Assassin's Creed games could be.
The fate of humanity rests in her hands. Because of course it does.
Hellblade isn't for everyone, but, for those who brave its horrors, there's a great game to be found.
And the award for the Most Unexpected Announcement of the Week goes to...
Recapping the major developments of the past few weeks, given that Fallen Kingdom seems, as far as marketing is concerned, to have gone extinct.
A look back at the game that brought Crystal Dynamics' first Tomb Raider trilogy to a close.
Another piece of the puzzle...
'Official' news concerning Jurassic World 2 has been thin on the ground, but there's more than meets the eye with this glimpse at the film's script.
From cover-to-cover, Dangerous Games is B-movie nonsense. After the pleasant surprise that was The Devils in the Desert, it's a disappointing finish to IDW's tales from Jurassic Park.
Redemption set the bar low for IDW's Jurassic comics, but The Devils in the Desert bests it in every way. It's that rarest of things: a spin-off worthy of the series it came from.
At this point, Jurassic World: Survivor is an open secret. When will we see it, though? What will the game itself even be? And does the developer's previous work hold clues about what to expect?
In the film, the park becomes somewhere to be escaped from. For me, it's anything but. It has its characters, its dinosaurs, its soundtrack — but there's so much more there, too. Welcome to Jurassic Park.