The musical score is excellent, as is the inclusion of Jeff Goldblum. The wannabe Chris Pratt isn’t as good as he thinks he is, though.
Jurassic World Evolution is a very, very pretty game, especially when you get up close and personal with the dinosaurs, or get down to ground level in a jeep, helicopter or in Gyrospheres. The game can suffer from frame-rate issues in busy, elaborate parks.
RTS controls on console are traditionally quite hard to master, but Frontier has done a pretty decent job here. It’s not perfect, but it’s definitely functional.
With a five-island career to sink your teeth into and a sandbox mode, there’s more than enough content to keep you busy. It’s not a particularly deep RTS, but it’s still fun, nevertheless.
Jurassic World: Evolution actually has a really good achievement list. Great variety, some cool little creatives ones dropped in for good measure, and achievements that get you to experience all facets of the game. All in all, a very solid list.