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Another bad example of a movie franchise game
Trespasser: Jurassic Park is simply a lazy, unimpressive shooter. By the time it came out jewels such as Half Life already made their mark, raising the stakes high enough, and with a very easy to reproduce set of tools/tricks. But, this game is not interested in those lessons. It simply tries to capture your audiences with very badly done dinosaurs, that move very stiffly, while you are never quite sure where to go to and what to do. The game is also atrociously buggy, managing to even mess up the controls, which don't always respond as they should to commands. In terms of types of missions, you will feel like you're always in a checkpoint race, with no feel of a diverse experience. But, as I mentioned, you might not even be lucky enough to get so far as to get bored: the game will crash, it will get corrupted and leave you hanging. It's the production value that is bad, the gameplay offering that is menial and the graphics too, simple and uninspired. This is not a fun flawed game to play thus, it's a flawed, almost unplayable game. Try to stay away from it.
Movie licensed game, not so well done
Trespasser: Jurassic Park nothing more than an ugly and unappealing game. The graphics, even though not so cutting edge, they're are ugly beyond belief. There are other games from the same year that have better graphics. The voice is so dumb, that they even made the voice actress for the character to COUNT how bullets you have left in guns! Is that a joke?! No, it's not a joke, it's an offense to gamers, treating them like they're idiots! The design for dinosaurs is awful and the way they move is so bad that you don't even want to see. And would please tell me why does you character has such a freakin' long hand?! The gameplay is nothing much but a mediocre FPS and that's all.