THE NEW HUGE GIGANOTOSAURUS | Jurassic World: Evolution Dinosaur Size Changes

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  • Published on:  Thursday, September 13, 2018
  • One of the biggest changes of the new Patch 1.4 for Jurassic World: Evolution is the resizing of the dinosaurs. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Giganotosaurus and Ceratosaurus all see changes. Let's do a qu
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    THE NEW HUGE GIGANOTOSAURUS | Jurassic World: Evolution Dinosaur Size Changes

    It's here, a game 65 million years in the making. Jurassic World: Evolution will let us take control of our own Jurassic Parks in a way never seen before, with a huge range of 42+ dinosaurs including old favourites like the Velociraptor and new monstrous beasts like the Indominus Rex, it's sure to get messy by the end. In this playthrough of Jurassic World Evolution we will complete every mission and 5 star all 5 of The Five Deaths, or just watch as a Spinosaurus eats my guests whole, either or really.

    No swearing, family friendly commentary.

    For Adventure!
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  • Francisco


     5 days ago

    my sister wants this game. Honestly, I don't get it, but ok.

  • byron kelly

    byron kelly

     1 months ago

    now imagine these 4 dinos with there hyperendocrin strains in this game minus the cerato plus the carno

  • Nick Zaytsev

    Nick Zaytsev

     1 months ago

    now it's funny, because latest research shows that t-rex was super slow, his jaws were not able to deal with live dino and he's most likely been a scavenger...
    also spinosaurus jaws are obviosly too long and thin for killing big dinos, it's for fishing))

  • Danny Owen

    Danny Owen

     1 months ago

    Giganotosaurus = best carnivore ever. All I speak is fact.

  • • Gutted Alligator •

    • Gutted Alligator •

     2 months ago

    And I thought the arco was thicc...

  • Henry Jackson

    Henry Jackson

     3 months ago

    Tbh the jp3 roar is amazing, but it's too... Movie like to be "realistic". They've done a good job it's got the jp3 roar there just not as clear

  • david ambrose

    david ambrose

     4 months ago

    that giga was a sub adult now his a full grown adult

  • ultilinium8


     4 months ago

    King: T-rex
    Pharaoh: Spino
    Emperor: Giga

  • Mixtape-Ninja音楽忍者


     6 months ago

    Giganotosaurus should be larger than T-Rex.

  • vinicius lorenzzz

    vinicius lorenzzz

     6 months ago


  • Will Kirkland

    Will Kirkland

     6 months ago

    Theoretically speaking the giga should be bigger than both. It's called giga as it's short for gigantic. It's the biggest land predator to ever live



     6 months ago

    8:34, That Giga went through puberty for sure!

  • Sheng Xiong

    Sheng Xiong

     6 months ago +1

    I think the giga is little tiny bigger than the spino and a little short than the trex but it works

  • Alexandrredirect


     8 months ago +1

    Go giganotosaurus roar

  • Alexandrredirect


     8 months ago +1

    Spino roar go jp and jw

  • Arterial Spray

    Arterial Spray

     9 months ago

    As someone who came to play the game very late (my old laptop couldn't run it), thanks for this video. I've been really confused why so many people were complaining about the dinosaur sizing in reviews and such . :p

  • Guy in A mask

    Guy in A mask

     9 months ago

    Giga is my favorite dinosaur

  • Gavin Bunting

    Gavin Bunting

     9 months ago

    Now we need a fix in sauropods. Mamechisaurus is too big, and brachiosaurus is too small. I honestly believe brachiosaurus should be the biggest Dino in the game, as it was the largest dinosaur at the time it was first discovered

  • Bustemada M

    Bustemada M

     10 months ago

    The spino needs to be even bigger.In the ingen database it says 15m but it should be 18m

  • Gavin Bunting

    Gavin Bunting

     10 months ago

    That was the Spinosaurus jp 3 roar.