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Dino Stalker

by Capcom
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews) 50 / 100

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  • Intense first person shooting action with arcade-style targeting
  • Battle gigantic dinosaurs from the land, sea and air
  • Blast your way through the deep jungle depths to discover a futuristic city

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  • ASIN: B000067K2C
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,888 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Forced to eject after a damaging aerial dogfight, World War II fighter pilot Mike Wired finds himself drifting down toward an ominous jungle where he finds himself in a different time realm. Freed from enemy machine gun fire, Wired has fallen into the jaws of a new, seemingly impossible to overcome threat, back to a time before time. The only way out is a battle for survival with the prehistoric beasts that rule this shadowy jungle world.

It's World War II. Pilot Lieutenant Mike Wired's plane takes heavy damage during a dogfight over the Atlantic. Forced to eject, he's suddenly enveloped in a blinding flash of white light and guided toward an ominous jungle below. Everything around him has changed. He hears the distant moan of strange beasts.

Dino Stalker puts you in charge of a hero lost in time. You'll face off against an onslaught of prehistoric beasts in first-person perspective, with arcade-style targeting and battling by land, sea, and air. The game features fully interactive backgrounds and is compatible with the GunCon 2 light gun.

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most innovative light-gun game ever! November 2, 2002
If you are a fan of light-gun games you will love Dino Stalker. This game is not like your typical light-gun shooter that has a "camera on rails" perspective; (in which your character moves by itself around the area shooting stuff). Please note that this game is only compatible with the GunCon2, since you need the directional pad on the back of the gun to move around, however, you can also use the Dual Shock 2. There are many great things about this game so I'll give you the pros and cons:
Innovative light-gun game. First and only of its kind. You have complete freedom of movement, it's like playing a first person shooter (FPS), only difference is that you can use a light-gun instead of a controller or (keyboard and mouse). You move around the level using the directional pad which is located on the back of your GunCon2 (third party GunCon2 capable guns also work). As you move around the level you collect power-up weapons that you can switch to as well as energy power-ups that restore your vitality. Like other light-gun games, this game also has a timer, but you can collect timer power-ups as well. (If you're worried about time-limit--don't sweat it, you get a lot of time when you play on easy). The graphics are great for a light-gun game, they look better than Time Crisis 2, Vampire Night, and Endgame.
There is also a sniper mode in which you can zoom in on the enemy dinosaurs and blow them up without being spotted.
The game lenght is another pro of this game. Most light-gun games as you may very well be aware of are extremely short, for example, you can beat Time Crisis 2 in under 20 minutes and Vampire Night in about the same time. This game is longer than both of those games put together. The first time you play the game it will take you anywhere from 1.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Game June 17, 2003
A Kid's Review
This game is great. You can get a variety of extreme weapons such as lasers, grenade launchers, flame throwers, etc. There are also many dinosaurs that you must fight such as velociraptors, tricerotops, and the well-known tyrannosaurus rex. The enviroment you play in this game is very detailed and looks real. The only thing about this game that I found bad was that it was short. I beat this game in like 2 and a half hours. But it was fun while I played it. I would recommend this game to those players that like gun shooting and dinosaur games.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A different type of game for GUncon II owners October 5, 2002
By sk330
A number of advances over Time Crises 2 although playability is sacrificed a little. Unlike TC 2 where you shoot from a fixed point at targets moving around on the (fixed) screen in front of you, Dins lets you move around freely in a world, like a FPS (i.e. sort of like Doom). The game uses the small directional pad on back of Guncon II to move which is why Guncon I won't work. You navigate with a small compass at the bottom of the screen in front of you which has a motion detector to pick up moving dinos in front of you.
Another addition over TC 2 is the sniper mode. Holding down the buttons on either side of Gun lets you zoom in on dinos (or other targets) to kill from a distance. Lots of items to pick up by either shooting or by moving through the item. You can also shoot your way through the forest trees to knock them down and clear a field of fire. You can detect dinos visually, using the motion detector, a target selector, or by hearing them on the soundtrack.
Problems: My gun seems to "stick" periodically and stop firing for 10-30 seconds. I don't know if this is a bug or a "feature" to reflect some kind of reload time or cool down time for the weapon but it sucks! Especially if you are being swarmed by Dinos. I've gotten killed several times due to this. Sniper mode is a nice addition but in practice requires navigation using the small keypad on the back of the gun. THis means you have to switch your mindset from aiming by pointing the gun at the target to aiming by using the kepad to move the cursor. It would be nicer if you could aim using the Guncon to aim while in sniper mode.
Overall, a nice game, good but not great. TC II seemed more addictive fresh out of the box, I think because the gameplay was faster paced and more straight forward. However, if you're burned out from playing TC II and want something new for your Guncon II, give Dino Stalker a try.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dino Stalker= good shooting fun June 8, 2003
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Here is what this innovative game is like:
You're character has no idea what is happening at first, but you find out as you pass through the levels. The story doesn't make sense but it doesn't ruin the game one bit. OK... imagine playing a Turok-like game with the addition of a light-gun (GunCon or GunCon2) The graphics will not disappoint you, nor the sound, nor the control (which makes the game the first of it's kind I believe). Though the game could be seen as short, you will want to play it over and over. Each level presents something new and there are things to unlock if you're good enough (or if you use GameShark like me)
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Beware - the controls are terrible June 15, 2006
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
I bought this because the two Dino Crisis games on the Playstation 1 were fantastic survival horror fun, and I was very taken with the hype around this game which billed it as a lightgun game that was free roaming rather than on rails. What they didn't say was that it's almost impossible to use the PS2 gun as a fully functioning controller, which is what you really need to do. For anything but shooting, all the buttons you need are in really inconvenient places all around the gun and after half an hour's play time, I had to take a break to rest my aching joints.

In case you haven't seen it, the G-Con2 gun has a teeny-weeny directional pad on the back of it, and it's this that you are expected to use to move yourself around. Now, if you try holding the gun in a standard "aiming" style, you'll soon realise that your fingers are in nowhere near the right position to be able to reach it. You could just hold the gun wrongly and reach it, but you need to be able to fire at the screen regularly to kill dinosaurs. And they don't sit still waiting to be shot! So for most of the game you need to be able to move and fire at the same time. And guess what? It's impossible. Bravo, Capcom. Oh, sorry, they didn't stop there, but added a further control scheme to allow you to strafe. To do this you need still more fingers so that you can still press the directional pad, along with two further buttons way down on the gun barrel at the same time. And be able to pull the trigger. But even that's the end of it - if you want still more pain, try using sniper mode!

As you may have realised, the control scheme completely spoiled the gameplay for me. I'm not fumble-handed by any means, but you would need to be an octopus to manage all this.
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