Ho,ho,ho… I know that this may seem as a pretty lame intro to an awesome post, but what can I say: i am a sucker for the festive spirit. It has been yet another incredible year here at TresCom. We have seen new fan projects such as the incredible Trespassing, a CryEngine Total Conversion, an entire rebuild of the entire Trespasser source known as Trespasser CE (I know what you are thinking and yes – it does add new shiny effects to the old Trespasser Engine!), several incredible interviews with Austin Grossman and Scallenger and then there was JP:Aftermath, an incredible port to the Unity-Engine.
There were other Jurassic Park news, of course: Jurassic World is happening and wowed us with an oddly inaccurate version of Andy from Parks and Recreation riding with a gang of velociraptors. I know, we were thinking the same thing, but hey – there will be dinosaurs, so we are still psyched! On a sad note, however, John Hammond (Sir Richard Attenborough) passed away in August this year. He was an incredible actor and director – and he will be truely missed by all of us.
To leave you on a happy note, it just so happens that JP:Aftermath released a christmas video to hit you over the head with the right christmas mood:
Merry christmas, everyone!
Merry Christmas to you too! Thank you for making this wonderful site for true Trespasser fans. Even though the game wasn’t up to par it is still better than any Jurassic Park game out there because of it’s mod-ability and open world scene. Without this site I wouldn’t have picked back up my copy of Jurassic Park Trespasser to play it again. With all of the latest improvements (ATX Patch) and new levels it is a great game for Jurassic park fans! Especially the Jurassic Times book that you made, just flawless and a wonderful tribute to John Hammond! Keep up the good work!
Think it is time to change the merry christmas thing as it is May now.
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