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10 Video Games That Judge You For Playing

8. The Lost World: Jurassic Park

DreamWorks Interactive

1997's mostly forgotten adaptation of The Lost World: Jurassic Park endures for just one reason: an incredible secret ending filmed for the game by star Jeff Goldblum.

If the player collects all of the DNA bonuses hidden throughout the game, they'll be greeted with a video message from Dr. Ian Malcolm (Goldblum).

Malcolm offers the player a scarcely-enthusiastic congratulations, before urging them to "turn the thing off, for Heaven's sakes, go outside, breathe the air, take a walk, call a member of the opposite sex."

The message ends with Malcolm running away as the loud boom of a dinosaur's footsteps can be heard in the distance.

Though this thankfully wasn't quite the aggressive "f**k you" that Zelda's golden poo debacle was, it nevertheless gently chastised the player for taking the time to carry out a totally mundane collectathon task.

Considering the game isn't even particularly good, they're not wrong to judge you for wasting so much time on it - even if they actually made the damn thing.

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