The John Williams-inspired soundtrack is a thing of beauty, and voice work is decent enough, especially from Goldblum, Dallas Howard, and BD Wong. Some of the impersonators leave a lot to be desired, however.
Lush and detailed, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is more than merely functional. It's genuinely pretty at times, though hampered by frame drops when things get too crowded and a slightly shoddy draw distance that sees foliage popping in and out.
Everything has been expertly mapped to the controller, making navigation through the raft of options a breeze. When you've multiple tasks all popping up at once, things can get a little fiddly, but never enough to ruin your fun.
With the addition of Chaos Theory and an involving Challenge mode, alongside Campaign and Sandbox options, there really is no shortage of content and scenarios to immerse yourself in. Compared to Evo 1, the sequel is a far more comprehensive package.
A list for the completionists, you'll need to beat Campaign, Chaos Theory, and every Challenge at 'Jurassic' difficulty, for starters. Creating specific dinosaur breeds then releasing them and reaching certain milestones is also required. Decent enough.