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Dino Crisis

Dino Crisis (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Action, Horror
Developer: Capcom
More Platforms: Dreamcast


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Reader Reviews

Dino Crisis review

Reviewed April 17, 2012

Alk31997 says: "Dino Crisis dives straight first into the mechanics of Resident Evil one and two. It like playing those games, but with the undead replaced by sneering dinosaurs. Capcom have definitely stretched the elements of ‘’Panic Horror’’ in the game, giving the audience the same thrills, but adding some new creative dimensions. Like for instance, the character can walk while shooting, these small snippets make the game more accessible. The controls though, are pretty much the same. "
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Dino Crisis review

Reviewed January 15, 2004

asherdeus says: "Capcom claims to be the best in the business at creating survival horror games. It's true that they have made some very good survival horror games over the years in the Resident Evil franchise, however many people simply didn't care for the games or only liked a couple of them. Fearing that their franchise would grow stale and they'd lose a major money maker, Capcom set out to diversify its survival horror business. The result of the attempted diversification was Dino Crisis, a gam..."
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Dino Crisis review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

bloomer says: "Regina slumped against the medical room door. Relief that the horrors were locked out, at least for a moment, settled upon her with the same slow weight as the aqua neon glare. Dragging herself across the room, she was only now becoming aware of the pain from her wound as the adrenaline ebbed. Crimson splashes fell steadily onto the gleaming white tiles as she moved from the door to the bed. "
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Dino Crisis review

Reviewed December 30, 2007

LegacyGaming says: "Like zombies? Try dinosaurs! Dino Crisis was and is the answer to the question of, "If I can survive zombies, could I survive rampaging dinosaurs?" Okay, maybe that is question not many people, or gamers for that matter, tend to ask themselves but it raises a good point. Are zombies as deadly as dinosaurs? When compared to the thrilling game series that is Resident Evil, they tend to about equal in terms of deadly clawing and biting. Your enemies not only try and devour you for food but, also, b..."
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