The Video Game Developers Conference was the first event where we could see the new LEGO Jurassic World in action. As we know, the title combines aspects of Jurassic Park trilogy and collect items for the next Jurassic World, which will be released in theaters on June 12. Not to ruin the new film with spoilers, creators of the study TT Games showed us memorable scenes related to the first film.
Lego Jurassic World becomes the first video game that will allow us to relive famous moments of the four films: Jurassic Park, A Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III and the early Jurassic World. This represented with the style and mood to the study TT Games has accustomed us.
His story will run on two islands: Isla Sorna and Isla Nublar. The console version will also include, exclusively, several multiplayer modes with relatives who, unfortunately, in our session at GDC could not try. In our demo closed with Warner Bros. We could go four scenes of the game: the healing of triceratops, the encounter with the Tyrannosaurus Rex, the chase with the T-Rex and escape over the rooftops.
Shown in the first scene we moved to the events of the first film, when the protagonists of the film are a sick tricerator. Dr. Ellie Sattler is one of the few characters who can explore the comic depositions of dinosaurs as Lego to determine why sick. Apparently this triceraptor lacks an apple, a carrot and a cream to feel better.
The first thing we will explore the area and go collecting parts at all times. Dr. Ellie Sattler assumes his role as a protagonist so we can reach inaccessible areas of the stage. The game is dynamic, since we will have to take turns characters at all times to advance. Sometimes a small icon will appear on the screen to tell us which character to follow. Dr. irrigates some plants that will help us climb certain areas hitherto inaccessible. Once found the ice cream, apple and carrot, we will give the dinosaur. At this point we can take control of prehistoric animal, which will help us move breaking a barrier that stood on our way.
Unfortunately, this barrier falls on our car, so we'll have to find another vehicle. We continue driving to triceraptor to bring down the trunk of a tree that will help players to cross a river.
Hence, the development team TT Games jumps to another iconic scene from the first film, one in which the T-Rex starts attacking the characters in their cars. After the cinematic, which faithfully reflects the events of the film, our goal is to bring out our building skills to create a box full of bones, but the options are many. After collecting several pieces for the stage we develop a more elaborate box which goes a giant bone-shaped toy and will maintain the dinosaur distracted while we rescued the other characters trapped in the vehicle. We see the humorous elements are not lacking in this new Lego set that we start the odd smile during the game.
In the next scene we live in a time of frantic action in which the T-Rex pursues our vehicle. At that time we tried throwing flares inside the dinosaur mouth to dissuade him. Finally, at the end we managed to dodge when it strikes a trunk. Finally, at the scene of "flight across rooftops," combine the skills of the three characters to arrive on time to our rescue helicopter. The pace in this scene is frantic because we are asked to combine several control buttons and we have to think quickly on how to solve the puzzles.
As we advance in certain parts of the game we will have to transfer the ownership to another character, which will place right in front of that person and clicking on the triangle or R1, in the case of PlayStation. This will allow us to move forward on the stage depending on the skills of each.
The game contains over one hundred collectible pieces and dozens of customization options that remain faithful to the movies. On our departure we find twenty or create dinosaurs gathering the "Lego Amber" and experimenting with their DNA. In addition, climatological elements have been added: during the gameplay will go watch the weather it is varying depending on the area in which we find ourselves, which will make new game more dynamic. Of course, you will not miss a variety of landscapes.
There will be moments of load to be entertained by fun facts, for example, find the number of Lego bricks would need to build a T-Rex to scale.
LEGO Jurassic World will be available next June for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita and PC.