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YMMV: Jurassic Park Trespasser
Anticlimax Boss: The Alpha raptor is only slightly tougher than the other raptors, while it is easier to hit.
Good Bad Bugs: Be grateful that the AI wasn't finished. The game is hard enough with the dinos being stupid and unable to enter buildings. If they could do all they were supposed to do, this game would be Nintendo Hard.
The physics engine and collision system can result in some... interesting... dino poses.
If you shoot a raptor with a tranquilizer gun just as it's about to run into a wall Completely at random, you can get the front half of any dino's body to literally squish into the back half.
Older Than They Think: This was the first game with ragdoll physics and outdoor draw distances. The type of engine it uses would be reproduced, without nearly as many bugs, for Far Cry. Not bad for 1998, though it took a very heavy toll on even top-of-the-line computers at the time.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: John Hammond's narrations come from an in-universe autobiography as read by the man himself (through Richard Attenborough's fantastic voice over work) that provide many fascinating insights into the creation of Jurassic Park in the movie 'verse. There is also an awesomely heartbreakingEaster Egg from Hammond's personal diary. Most people will never get a chance to hear it, and those that did probably did not want to put up with the terribly buggy game it was attached to.