Lego Jurassic World was released for the Nintendo Switch on Wednesday. The Warner Bros. game. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games features quite a few recognizable scenes from the first four Jurassic Park films and gives players the opportunity to create their own dinosaurs.
The familiar Lego-style game is an action-adventure that adapts the storylines from the first four Jurassic Park films. Players can take on the role of Dr. Ian Malcolm and Dr. Henry Wu Crawl, who are known from the first film, but also characters such as Claire Dearing and Owen Grady from the fourth film are available.
The goal is to collect the precious amber with dinosaur DNA in twenty story levels. With that collected DNA, players can make new copies themselves or, for example, change or combine the colours, body parts and skills of the beasts. Players can also enter the game world as a dinosaur.
The game has been available for some time for Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, among others. The three previously released DLC packs are all standard with the Switch version. Handheld mode is supported and the game can also be played on the Nintendo Switch Lite. Lego Jurassic World for the Switch will have a suggested retail price of 35 euros, although the Nintendo page lists a price of 40 euros.