GamingReview: Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Biosyn Expansion

Review: Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Biosyn Expansion


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Jurassic World Evolution has always been a wonderful game. It can be very hard to get a hang of right away, as there is so much you can do and need to learn. I never felt it to be the easiest to master, especially once you start playing. The campaign stages really help aid in so much and guide you through each action you can and need to use, but sometimes it can be easy to forget different details needed to keep things running smoothly.

After a while, once you do get the gist of the game down and feel like it’s as if you’ve played the game all your life, well it isn’t too bad. The many things you can do are amazing and so realistic to what a real park manager would have to endure. All the setting up, keeping everything working properly, and of course, taking care of the dinosaurs. Since you won’t want to end up with any mishaps. Especially when we have dinosaurs to watch out for, so they don’t get loose.

The benefit of this new expansion will allow you to enjoy a few new dinosaurs that will bring something more to attract visitors, even yourself! It even adds more content to the game than the first DLC did, a few months ago. This expansion gives you some additional parts from the new movie, it includes a new campaign, a new chaos theory, and additional skins for certain dinosaurs, so they look a bit more damaged and appear changed up from what they normally would. Therefore, it’s not just new dinosaurs you’ll be granted with the Dominion Biosyn Expansion DLC, it’s a whole new addition added and one other change, an update for the game is also going to change the game up for all players.

🦕 What Is Included with The Dominion Biosyn Expansion 🦖

What you get with this expansion pack are a few new additions. The first I’d like to mention is the four new dinosaurs. These four will go under the names of the Pyroraptor, Therizinosaurus, Dimetrodon, and Quetzalcoatlus. Each of them has its own unique appearance, without none of them being too similar in traits or design. From my past experience with the last DLC, the content is never going to give you a bunch of similar dinos to add to your park. Instead, you get to enjoy a variety, which is so much more fun and enjoyable.

The way I felt about the four you do get in this expansion pack is well, just outstanding in appearance and amazing! Something that doesn’t look like a typical dinosaur I’d recognize. To be honest, I wouldn’t have ever thought they were real by how they appear. Nevertheless, I’m now learning something new and getting to see them for the first time in this game.

  • The Four Different Dinosaur Types:
    • Pyroraptor – Similar to the Velociraptor and Deinonychus dinosaurs. The thing about this one is it’s so striking and reminds me of a bird colliding together with a traditional land-walking dinosaur. It’s got such an unusual face with parts of a feathered bird appearance. Plus, the original red color will bring some WOW and more spectators to the park. All those positioned to take care of this cage, each ranger will need to be on top of caring for these ferocious and intimidating dinosaurs, they may bring more difficulties than others in the park.
    • Therizinosaurus – The first expression on my face is all amazement. This Dinosaur is unlike any other I’ve seen, which is like many. However, those large talons on this dinosaur will really tell it apart from any other. It’s very fierce and can reach the height of the trees, while those claws use as a defense mechanism or another way to catch their prey. In a way, of course, this will be my own opinion. This Therizinosaurus reminds me of an imagined monster in appearance, but also a dinosaur on the verge of being a bird, as it does fashion feathers on its body, but it doesn’t have the wings it needs to be a full winged bird style flyer. Some may consider the appearance corresponds correctly with its name, a scythe lizard.
    • Dimetrodon – This guy is a bit like a lizard, lower to the ground than the rest. It is a bit more extinct. So you won’t find so many wandering around, but in this game, you get a chance to have a few in your park. It’s got that spine-like back, similar to a few dinosaurs that I could see in their species or just lizards in general. However, what I’ve learned is that it’s there to help regulate heat. The other interesting aspect of this dino is that it’s a carnivore, so don’t think it’s going to just want to eat plants or fruits on the ground, it does have a love for meat.
    • Quetzalcoatlus – Keep an eye on this species, especially inside domes within the park. They are related to the Pterosaur species of dinosaurs. Also, have a large wingspan and loves to fly around. The beak is also another feature that is super large for this species. Makes it great to grab or use it to defend itself if needed. It’s a marvelous flying-dino and as always another great addition to the game and to add to your park.

The next additional feature in this expansion pack that adds a bit more eye appeal, is you’ll get to enjoy six new skins and two new variants. The skins and variants will all relate to the original game, such as the dinosaurs. For example, the ginormous and fierce T-rex, Giganotosaurus, and the Dilophosaurus will have a new appearance on their skin design, some related to the actual movie. So get close and take in the new look, it’s something amazing to see and an awesome way to make the game even more appealing.

The last special editions in this entire DLC include a new journey and chaos theory and even a free update that will also be available for all players. First let me tell you that the update will fix a few bugs, add new maps, and the park tour will be changed. One other thing is that it will update how the sandbox mode would play, by removing limits and adding a bit more freedom.

Now for the additional content with this DLC. You’ll get to play the campaign of Biosyn Valley, enjoying the many famous movie character voices as in the other campaigns, guiding you. The game will play like all other campaigns and just give you more to do. Another change is with the additional chaos theory, which will be about protecting the dinosaurs and bringing them back faster. Creating a larger park filled with them faster, using the new wrangling method. There will be no more tranquilizing step to port them. Of course, there will still be plenty of tasks and new obstacles to overcome during the game.

🦕 Final Thoughts 🦖

This was an excellent expansion! Each dinosaur brings something new to admire as you watch them in their cages. As well as more content to play and keep this game interesting as it moves along in the story. Just like the movie that is out many will feel so similar and now invites you to take part.

Honestly, everything from this edition of the game is incredible and even the lifelike of the dinosaurs is well done, loving the added skins too! I always admire seeing the way these new species react in their habitats or towards each other! So I’m sure if you loved playing Jurassic World Evolution 2 as much as I do, you’ll love these four new dinosaurs, the additional campaign, chaos theory stage, and extras added by this edition.


+ New Campaign and Chaos Theory
+ 4 New Dinos with Fierce and Unique Apperances
+ Excellent New Skins and Content from the Movie
+ Plenty Aquired with This DLC

(Reviewed on the Xbox One )
Natosha M
Natosha M
If it's a game filled with action, adventure, challenges, and a great story, you best believe it; I want to play it! I'm always excited to try something classic or original when it comes to a videogame.

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+ New Campaign and Chaos Theory<br> + 4 New Dinos with Fierce and Unique Apperances<br> + Excellent New Skins and Content from the Movie<br> + Plenty Aquired with This DLC<br><br> (Reviewed on the Xbox One )Review: Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Biosyn Expansion