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Jurassic Park - The Deluxe Edition Pre-orders for the PC and Mac version are now live

Jurassic Park - The Deluxe Edition
Pre-orders for the PC and Mac version are now live

In the words of John Hammond, "we spared no expense" on the Jurassic Park: The Game Deluxe Edition for PC and Mac, available exclusively via the Telltale Games Store! We've packed it full of cool InGen approved requisitions including:

A Jurassic Park staff badge as seen in the film
A 32-page field guide full of information about the park and its inhabitants
A Jurassic Park visitor's brochure with fold-out map
And much more!

As well as all of the Jurassic Park gear that's in the box, Deluxe Edition owners also receive access to exclusive digital content including the game's soundtrack and videos!

Owners of the Jurassic Park: The Game Deluxe Edition can download the game on launch day and the physical pack will ship shortly after! If you're a US domestic customer and place your order for the Deluxe Edition by 11/14, you should receive it in time for the holidays. Delivery times to other territories are dependent on location.

Pre-order the Jurassic Park: The Game Deluxe Edition now to ensure you get the limited edition box set at the special pre-order only price of $39.99 - a $10.00 savings!

Pre-Order the Jurassic Park: The Game Deluxe Edition - Only $39.99 until November 15!

Your Avatar Has a T-Rex

The scientists at Jurassic Park clocked their T-Rex at 32 miles an hour but we caught up with it and shrunk it down to fit inside your Xbox 360! That's right, all pre-orders of Jurassic Park: The Game for the Xbox 360 at US GameStop come with an exclusive Jurassic Park T-Rex Xbox Avatar pet to terrorize your digital self!

The T-Rex pet, along with being modeled to look like the tyrant lizard from Jurassic Park causes your Xbox Avatar to re-create Alan Grant's flare waving action during the tour vehicle attack during the first film.

So be sure to pre-order Jurassic Park: The Game for Xbox 360 at GameStop to gear your Xbox Avatar up for the game's November 15 release!

Get all the details on this offer at the Telltale Games Blog!
Chat With Rosette

A big congratulations to Telltale Core Engineer Bruce Wilcox for winning his second consecutive Loebner Prize for Artificial Intelligence recently with his astounding chatbot, Rosette! (Learn more at the Telltale Blog)

While Bruce's chatbot work is a passion for him, it complements the type of research and development that goes on here at Telltale Games! In fact, the technology at work in Rosette is a look at what you may see in future Telltale projects - and you can try it out now!.

Chat with Rosette now!

Visit the official Loebner Prize home page!


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