Limited Run Games, in collaboration with Universal, announced the Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection ($29.99), for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Switch, and Xbox Series X/S. The physical retro game release celebrates the original iconic film’s 30th anniversary.

Disappointingly, the “Collection” includes only two games: the Nintendo and SNES versions of Jurassic Park, and Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues.

Jurassic Park the game released in 1993 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. It’s an isometric action game that stars Dr. Alan Grant dealing with dinosaurs and trying to get the power turned back on.

The sequel, The Chaos Continues, released in 1994 on the Super Nintendo. The perspective shifted to a side-scrolling action-platformer starring Grant alongside a new character, Wolfskin. The game could be played with two players but was otherwise unremarkable.

It’s a shame the Collection lacks the far superior Sega Genesis games, Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition, released in ’93 and ’94, and featured Grant as well as a playable Velociraptor.

In addition to standard version, The Limited Run also comes in Classic and Prehistoric Editions.

The Classic Edition features SteelBook packaging inspired by the VHS case of the film ($64.99).

The Prehistoric Edition ($99.99) also includes a physical soundtrack, and mini replicas of the original cartridges. If you still own the original consoles, you can also grab newly released Retro Editions featuring the games on actual NES, Game Boy, and SNES cartridges ($49.99 – $64.99).

Pre-orders begin September 1, and end October 15.

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