It is and it isn't like Epcot. Epcot is vastly superior in terms of a day out, due to the quality of some of the rides there versus those at Futuroscope. But then, you'd expect that - because the Disney budgets are somewhat larger! I guess, to a degree, the founding principles of each park were not dissimilar. But, over the years, as we have seen with Epcot, various non-linked IPs have slowly eroded the original idea. Epcot now has Ratatouille, Frozen and Guardians of the Galaxy. Futuroscope has Raving Rabbids and Arthur. Both parks struggle with an identity problem. Both parks struggle to shake off an old-fashioned view of the future. All this said, at least Futuroscope is still adding non-IP "modern" attractions like Danser avec les Robots and Objectif Mars. Epcot seems well and truly down the IP route only now. But that's Disney.