Ever wondered what happened to the canister of dinosaur embryos Denis Nedry lost before a Dilophosaurus ate his face? You'll find out, with Jurassic Park: The Game, which picks up where things left off in the first film. However, if you were expecting it this month, you'll now have to wait until the Autumn, as developers Telltale Games has opted to push the release back so they can "push the game to the next level". Refunds will be paid back in full, and Telltale will be sending customers a free game to make up.
In their statement, Telltale explain "our goal was to release the first episode of Jurassic Park: The Game this month, and currently we are very excited about how the game's creation is progressing". Originally planned for release this month, the last-minute decision suggests it wasn't quite ready for release. However, Telltale has much confidence in their title, revealing "the game's mechanics and storytelling have come together in such a way that we see great potential, so much so that we feel we can push these elements to the next level if we spend some extra time working on them".
If you pre-ordered and were hoping for thrilling driving segments as a T-Rex bears down on you or escaping a pack of 'raptors in the kitchens, you'll have to be content with your funds being fully paid back. On top of that, Telltale is sending all pre-order customers a free game, and ensure them the extra time being invested will result in a greater game released on all platforms simultaneously. [Eurogamer]