The Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection is coming Sept. 1 | Source: Limited Run

Jurassic Park returns with a nostalgic comeback! And no, we aren’t talking about another Jurassic World movie. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Jurassic Park, game publisher Limited Run is launching the Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection for both new and old gaming consoles. 

Jurassic Park (1993) and Jurrasic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues (1994) are coming back with this release. Fans can relive their childhood memories with a modern twist — the re-released retro games are loaded with new features, including save states, in-game maps, and quality enhancement fixes. 

The Jurrasic Park Classic Games Collection will be available digitally for Nintendo Switch consoles, PS5, PS4, and Xbox One. There are also three physical editions available for these consoles.

The standard edition ($29.99) only includes the physical copy of the Jurassic Park Games Collection, while the classic edition ($64.99) includes a physical copy and a SteelBook metal case with packaging inspired by the original VHS case. The prehistoric edition ($174.99) comes with everything in the classic, plus a replica of Dr. Alan Grant’s ID card, a physical CD soundtrack, and mini replicas of the original cartridges in a display frame. 

But gamers who played the games on NES, Game Boy, or SNES and held on to their consoles are really in for a surprise. You can do it all again, as the games will also be reissued for these consoles with new, amber-colored cartridges. These physical editions are dubbed “retro editions.”

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The retro standard edition ($49.99-64.99) comes with a physical copy of the Jurassic Park Games Collection on the amber cartridge and a replica of the original game manual. The Collector’s Edition ($99.99) includes an amber light-up cartridge, the original manual replica, a double-sided poster, and numbered slipcovers.

Fans can preorder all of the physical editions from starting on Sept. 1.

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