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The Graveyard Shift *Clever Girl Edition - Movie Games

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But first! Some Graveyard digs...

Tonight's Shift... Movie Games

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Hey everyone hope, you all had a good weekend, and are having a good day. Specially if its a special day today. Now, movie games!

Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis(2013), this was brought up from the horror(The Thing) shift a bit back, don't remember? It doesn't matter.


"But why would any one play or even buy a movie game, kluge, aren't they all shat?" A good question.

Surprisingly a good example(besides Star Wars) is the LoTR game based on The Two Towers film.


So this makes JP:OG a strange grey movie game, since its not really based on the films. I loved it for 1) the aspect of imagining going into John Hammond's office, telling him to get his arse out of my chair, and inform him to not let the door hit his blubbery arse on the way out. So glad he gets eaten in the book...oh spoiler >_> 2)Dinosaur.

So you are basically in charge of running the park from the ground up, and try to avoid what occurred on the films. Surprisingly enough, the cast is there to provide you with advice; except for Newman.


20 Spinosaurus? What could go wrong? :D

It really went in deep, to the point of charging folks 10 dollars to use the utilities, and shooting the dinos in cold blood~ on a chopper.


But what really enjoy of this game is the aspect of something could always(and always did) could go wrong. That being the damn Raptors escaping again, and eating my money visitors.

Well anyways, in hopes of not rambling on, and utterly on...Is there a specific game that was based a particular movie you enjoyed or just fell into without knowing it was based on a film? Or maybe it was a spin-off?


Well whatever it may be, feel free to chat the night away about life, games and whatever you cold blooded hearts desire. So TALK AMONG YOURSELVES!


The Graveyard shift is not responsible for your late night procrastination, blood loss, disembowelment, poor cardio, self-combustion, and Jeff Goldblum.

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