A cargo plane flying over Isla Sorna is struck by lightning, and upon crashing, the dinosaur DNA it stored is scattered across the island.
At the end of each level, the player will use the DNA that is collected in a short puzzle game, in order to create more dinosaurs. Completing this minigame will unlock more areas for the player to explore.
At the end of the game, the military bombs the island, and the player escapes on a small plane, wondering if dinosaurs should really have a place in this world.
- Jungle of the Giants
- Return to the Jungle of the Giants
- Raptor Pens
- Return to the Raptor Pens
- Savage Lands
- Perilous Highlands
- InGen Lab
- Ancient Forest
- Return to the Perilous Highlands
- Return to the Savage Lands
In order of appearance:
Konami still hosts a website of this game (see here). It contains screenshots and information files of all appearing dinosaurs.
Jurassic Park III: The DNA Factor recieved generally unfavorable reviews. Metacritic gives it a 44/100 based on 10 reviews. IGN said "it's definitely a challenge to get through, but the clumsy controls, the off-and-on collision detection, and the poorly-drawn game perspective is enough to make the game more frustrating than fun." Total Video Games wrote that "the moan continues with uninspired and bland graphics, awful sound effects and ear-wrenching music." Cinescape concluded, "If you really are in to JURASSIC PARK, then it might be worth renting. Otherwise, avoid it like a pack of starving raptors."
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jurassic Park III: The DNA Factor, MetaCritic. Information retrieved at 2014-05-08.
- ↑ James Stevenson (2001). JURASSIC PARK III: THE DNA FACTOR, The dinos hit the GBA in this title from Konami, Mania. Information retrieved at 2014-05-08.