Top 20 Dreamworks Interactive Games
The masterful author who brought you the Hellraiser films and countless successful horror novels tries his hand at video games with this creepy, haunting saga. Set in the early 1920s, the action takes place in the Irish countryside and revolves around a plagued fellow by the name of Patrick Galloway. Full of terrifying twists and turns, the game follows Galloway as he's haunted by specters--an ailment that will slowly drive him to the brink of insanity over the course of the game's many chapters. He'll have both magic and some powerful weaponry to help him through his journey, but as the plot thickens, so does the level of difficulty. Blending fever-pitch action with a deep, thorough story, Clive Barker's Undying is chilly enough to keep you up at night and addicting enough to occupy you for weeks.
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Trespasser is a video game released in 1998 for Microsoft Windows after much hype and anticipation, based on the 1997 film The Lost World: Jurassic Park with its release date, as planned, coinciding with that of the VHS of the film on which it is based. The player assumes the role of Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash on InGen's "Site B" one year after the events of The Lost World: Jurassic Park. With a fractured arm and only her wits, Anne must escape the remote island by solving puzzles and evading dangerous dinosaurs.
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Medal of Honor is the first title in the Medal of Honor series. The game was inspired by DreamWorks
Interactive co-founder Steven Spielberg. The game follows Jimmy Patterson a 24-
year old OSS operative as he infiltrates and sabotages Nazi War Machine during
the final days of WW II.
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The Lost World: Jurassic Park is a game based on the movie of the same name. Taking inspiration from the old Genisis/Megadrive game, you once again play as a dinosaur, but this time you play as multiple dinosaurs and not just as the T-Rex.
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MEDAL OF HONOR: UNDERGROUND comes to your Game Boy Advance system with firepower, deadly enemies, and extensive missions that will challenge your courage and determination. 17 levels of game play featuring disguise mode and multiple weapons make this an exciting game. Multi-player action means that you can share the experience, and a full save facility allows you to pause action and return to your mission at a later time!! So be brave and you will get the medal.
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The Lost World: Jurassic Park is a SEGA Genesis game made by Appaloosa Interactive (developers of Ecco the Dolphin). It is based on both The Lost World and the movie.
The game is played from an isometric view. The island is divided into 4 hub areas, each of them contains levels. The players has freedom to choose which level they want to play first. Players start with a taser, a tranquilizer gun, and a shotgun as their starting weapons. However players can collect more weapons, such as machine guns to grenades. Players can use a body armor that gives them more chance of survival ("giving" them more health), and use vehicles, such as the Mercedes-Benz M-Class seen in the film. The players can also use a GPS system used for mission objectives and a map.
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T’ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger is a PlayStation game released in 1999. The game is set in an oriental landscape populated by clans of animals, such as Leopards and Snakes. The game's protagonist, T'ai Fu, is the last remaining survivor of the Tiger clan and must journey to defeat the Dragon Master and avenge his kind. On the way, he learns about his clouded past and masters several Kung Fu styles, one from each clan master he defeats. The game become one of the influences for the DreamWorks Animation film series, Kung Fu Panda and Jeffrey Katzenberg worked on both of them.