GameStop Pre Order list
Queue up at Gamestop, and you’ll snag yourself set number 30320, Gallimimus Trap. In case you’ve forgotten which one Gallimimus is, think back to the original Jurassic Park movie. The scene where scores of dinosaurs go streaming past an awe-struck Alan Grant and the kids? They’re the little fellas that were running away from the escaped T-Rex.
The polybag comes with just 29 pieces, but it’s still a fun little build (Lego exclusives usually are). You get a Lego Gallimimus (likely pre-assembled) and the remaining pieces are used to rig up the apparatus designed to capture him. The trap is even articulated, so when the dino goes for that delicious-looking Lego chicken leg the electrified chain can swoop down and subdue him.
Lego Jurassic World won’t be released for a while yet — it’s due to hit stores on June 9th. Fortunately there are a couple of trailers out already that give you a sneak peek at what you can expect.
A select few have even gotten to play through a couple of areas, and they’ve been good enough to share a few tidbits with the rest of us. One of the best features of any Lego game is the expansive list of characters you can play as, and that hasn’t changed with Jurassic World. But you won’t just get to play as any of the human characters you can imagine — you’ll get to smash down fences and bust up logs as the park’s dinosaur inhabitants, too!
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