I liked it. The premise of returning to Isla Nublar (not some shiny new theme park, but the ruins of Jurassic Park) always has appealed to me, and the whole "shady drug-dealer owning the island" prospect had me intrigued. And to be fair, some of the characters and ideas (like Rexy deeming people worthy or unworthy was kinda interesting, or the pre-Owen Raptor chick with her pack of feathery Velociraptors).
But I think the only major problem I have is the damn art. The covers are very pretty and exotic, clearly were worked on for a while. The actual comic art looks awful, like they weren't even finished in some parts. The dinosaurs in some sections look kinda good, but a lot of the time they look clunky and weird, like they're deformed. Plus some of the dialogue is a bit weird and could use some work and lengthening out.
Overall, I liked Dangerous Games. An interesting concept that could have used a lot of work to become something great, but as it stands its...okay.
"A creature of the future, built with pieces of the past!"
"This is the most dangerous creature that ever walked the Earth!"
"That thing cannot leave this building."