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An abandoned research complex on a remote jungle island, a team of special forces operatives, a horde of vicious velociraptors, and one big, mean Tyrannosaurus rex constitute the setting and cast of Dino Crisis, the latest masterpiece from the makers of Resident Evil.
You play as Regina, a member of a four-person team sent to retrieve an expatriate scientist. Your radio man became a midnight snack for the T.rex, so it's up to you and your two remaining teammates to explore a dino-infested research station, rescue the scientist, call for a helicopter retrieval, and escape with your lives. Along the way you'll uncover the grizzly remains of those who got in the dinosaurs' way, and you'll unravel the mystery of how a top-secret energy research project turned into a Jurassic nightmare.
And about those dinosaurs: they're all over the island. One instant you'll be walking along a second-story balcony, admiring the view, the next instant you'll be dodging a T.rex as it smashes its huge maw through the concrete walls. Velociraptors chase you down blood-spattered corridors, flying reptiles circle the outdoor areas, and your only weapons are your pistol, whatever else you can salvage, a dwindling supply of ammunition, and your wits.
Packed with clever puzzles and heart-pounding surprises, all superbly presented with realistic graphics and horror-movie camera angles, Dino Crisis is a triumph of survival-horror gaming. --Mike Fehlauer
- Great sound effects and music
- Well-integrated, varied, and clever puzzles
- Awe-inspiring, terrifying dinosaurs
- Branching story line improves replay value
- Doors impervious to explosives
Top Customer Reviews
The graphics are slighty better and sharper than the psx version. Not much in the way of extras but for the price it is a good deal.
This game is often forgotten, and that's not terribly surprising, albeit it is a bit disappointing.
Dino Crisis was released to the PS1 almost right around the time that Resident Evil 3: Nemesis was released on PS1. Both games somewhat relied on each other to 'boost' each other up, even some of Jill's alternate clothing RE3 looked like Regina's badass look in this game.
IF your debating on wether or not you should get into the Survival Horror genre, or if you are debating on if you should buy the PS1 version of this game as opposed to the Dreamcast version, I have one thing to say to you.
Buy This game on THIS console.
Why not the PS1? Mainly for two reasons. Reason 1 is that the graphics are very notably cleaned up. This game, like Resident Evil Code Veronica, has Camera angles that like to follow you around, but still stay in one place, like the moving cameras in Metal Gear Solid. However, the PS1 had some difficulties rendering 3-D backgrounds as opposed to pre-rendered backgrounds, so the original has quite a bit of texture collision. The Dreamcast is able to handle this much better as a machine that is 4x more powerful then the PS1, Near completely removing the texture collision.
Reason 2, and this is the most important reason, is the Dreamcast's VMU. The Dreamcast controller has two slots in it for Memory Units, albeit the back one can also hold a jumppack or Gameshark Memory card. But the normal VMU has a small screen on it that tells you things about the game you are playing. This game needed it.Read more ›
The Dreamcast version adds things like a health gauge to the VMU as well as how much ammo you currently have for the equipped gun (features that the PS1 version is lacking).
Other than better visuals, the Dreamcast version is the version to get, unless the controller bothers you.
is apprOpriate for the ages of about 12 and up. Your kids will love this agme!!! BUY IT YOU FOOL!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
would ov been fun if it worked. Would not load once in the dreamcast just acts like its not a game disc. Pretty upsetting, I was waiting to play this game for awhile ... Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by Sebastian Pratt
This game is like the Resident Evil games but worse. It's not at all scary. I'm sorry but Zombies and monsters are MUCH more scarier than Velociraptors and the T-Rex. Read morePublished on January 18, 2002 by Tim Kaiser
This is a great game there is awesome graphics during the movie parts of the game but not so great during the game Very exciting and action packed plus some puzzles to solve... Read morePublished on April 24, 2001