TellTale Games have confirmed today that players who are looking forward to returning to the world of Jurassic Park in their upcoming adaptation will be able to do so on November 15th. The game will be available in its entirety — all of the episodes bundled into one download — for the PS3 and PC, but Xbox 360 users will have to purchase a retail disc.

Still in the works is an iPad version of Jurassic Park: The Game, which will be available in episodic chunks, but does not have a release date.

Taking place after the events of the first Jurassic Park film, and featuring many of the film’s iconic locations, Jurassic: Park The Game promises to be another romp through a classic Steven Spielberg-produced film with that signature TellTale approach. The game looks like a lot of fun, and based on our various previews of the game it might help enrich the storyline of Jurassic Park: the movie.

It’s also worth mentioning that TellTale announced that they were “targeting” a November release date for Jurassic Park, not necessarily confirming one, which means that the 15th is not set in stone. The game has been in development for quite some time, but seeing as how the buzz over Back to the Future has died off, it’s probably a perfect time for another TellTale adventure.

While TellTale’s current focus is on this Jurassic Park game they also have several other titles in the works including an adaptation of The Walking Dead. Game Rant got a chance to check out some early concept art for that game, along with a preview of a Jurassic Park level, at this year’s Comic-Con, so be sure to check those out too.

Are you planning on picking up Jurassic Park: The Game? Will having to buy a hard copy on 360 sway you into going PC or PS3?

Jurassic Park: The Game releases November 15, 2011 on the PS3, PC, and Xbox 360.