Jurassic World Aftermath Collection review: a PSVR 2 game with bite?

Stealth in PSVR 2 and avoid being eaten, in Jurassic World Aftermath Collection.

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection PSVR 2 review; sneaking around dinosaurs in VR
(Image: © Universal City Studios / Amblin Entertainment)

Our Verdict

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection for PSVR 2 is a raptor-based stealth horror that feels terrifying, but starts to become stale with only slight variation to the formula. But when it works, it’ll really make you squeal. And the comic book art style is a unique direction, too.

For

  • Genuinely scary in places
  • Packed with atmosphere
  • Unique and interesting art style

Against

  • It's quite repetitive

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Life, uh, finds a way… to make unwise individuals return to dinosaur-filled theme park islands – that's the premise of Jurassic World Aftermath Collection for PSVR 2, anyway.

Set between Jurassic World and its sequel, through VR you inhabit a silent security expert sent to aid former researcher Mia in recovering data from Isla Nublar. When your plane crashes as a result of a pteranodon attack, she guides you over comms – because she’s injured elsewhere.

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The Verdict
3.5

out of 10

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection review: a PSVR 2 game with bite?

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection for PSVR 2 is a raptor-based stealth horror that feels terrifying, but starts to become stale with only slight variation to the formula. But when it works, it’ll really make you squeal. And the comic book art style is a unique direction, too.

Oscar Taylor-Kent
Editor, Play Magazine

PLAY editor Oscar Taylor-Kent first joined Official PlayStation Magazine in 2018, and was involved with the long-standing mag’s rebrand into PLAY before becoming editor. Despite being a PlayStation expert (and noted PS Vita apologist), he’s got fingers on many buttons, having also written for GamesRadar, SFX, PC Gamer, Kotaku, Waypoint, Official Xbox Magazine, GamesMaster, PCGamesN, and Xbox to name but a few. When not knee deep in character action games, JRPGs, and visual novels, he’s often found reading books, manga, or binging anime. His current favourite games include Devil May Cry, Persona, Ace Attorney, and Hakuoki.