Leaning heavily on in-app purchases and sleazy special offers is off-putting, but it's not the biggest disappointment in Jurassic World: The Game — that honor goes to the total lack of depth to the park-building elements, and the wasted focus put on bland fights instead.
Giving you the reins to make a Jurassic Park of your own is such a natural fit that maximizes the franchise's appeal, but Jurassic World punts it, simply using the premise to fuel another repetitive world-building grind. All told, I spent about as much as a movie ticket to try and pump some life into the game — and failed. Hopefully theatergoers end up with a more exciting experience than this one.
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