Dino Crisis 2

Dino Crisis 2
Platforms: PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PSP
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom
Genres: Adventure / Survival Horror
Release Date: April 11, 2003
Game Modes: Singlepalyer

42193-dino-crisis-2-windows-screenshot-using-heavy-machine-gun-toClassic Resident Evil minus the zombies or suspense.

Largely dropping the survival horror approach from the first game, Dino Crisis 2 is all about unloading that machinegun clip into a Valociraptor’s scaly noggin. The story involves several military groups with odd acronyms being sent in to contain an “accident” at a government-run energy lab.You control typical Japanese would-be heroes Dylan and Regina as they shoot across a remote prehistoric jungle swarming with dinos refusing to go extinct.

The non-interactive pre-rendered backgrounds look as grainy and unfocused as they did in Resident Evil 2 and its sequel. The original 3D engine powering the first Dino Crisis was scrapped in order to bring the jungle visuals working at acceptable framerates on the PlayStation, a welcoming departure from the repetitive cubist offices and research facilities of before. But the visuals presented by the aging Resident Evil 2 engine under the hood look three or four years behind the times, especially for a PC game.

The AI at least has seen incremental advances. Raptors not only gang up on you but they also attack from all sides. Allosaurs will duck and dodge to protect their vulnerable flanks. Pteradons attack in packs like a flock of vicious vultures. The action, while repetitive, is actually fun in a stupid kind of way once you care to overlook the graphics.


Dino Crisis 2 drops 3D for pre-rendered art.

And you won’t get bogged down by convoluted key hunts either. Often you would have to run all over the place in Dino Crisis, not just looking for keys but components of keys. Dino Crisis 2 has dispensed with much of this nonsense. You’re still looking for keys, just not nearly as many and they’re significantly more easier to locate.

For a bargain bin game this isn’t completely terrible, but boy is it tirelessly conventional and shockingly dated. Perhaps more at home in ’96 than 2003, Dino Crisis 2 is nonetheless a passable distraction for those who have to play every Capcom shooter there is out there.

System Requirements: Pentium MMX 133 Mhz, 64 MB RAM, Win95

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  1. qaisar says:

    Not showing exe file
    How to install?

  2. mak says:

    Setup.exe file not exist. Kindly tell me how the easy way how to install it?

  3. open the first file (flt-dc2.001) with WinRar and extract. you can also select everything (except the two .nfo and .svf files), right click and select Extract Here, and winrar should extract.

  4. A says:

    Sorry again admin … please remove my last comment … i install it and now when i want play game this say please insert dino2 cdrom …. what should i do … please answer … this game is one of my nostalogic games … thanks

  5. A says:

    Ohhh admin …. it’s me again …. i install game and i can go there with virtual clone drive but when i go there it show the first animation (before i login to the menu) and it stop and program is closed …. what should i do man? … it is realy i dont know what should to do this time …. please help me

  6. Only thing I can tell you is play it on an old XP computer or virtual machine. That’s where I managed to run it anyway.

  7. judoming says:

    is here any chance i can play this game with a controller

  8. Saw Yi Han says:

    Lol …it asked me to insert Dini2 disc !??!

  9. ZoZ says:

    when I extracted it, it showed 2 files. flt-dc2.bin and flt-dc2.cue how can I install it?

  10. MEDXB says:

    the game launches but the intro keeps repeating there is no way to start it how ?????

  11. ph34r says:

    how to play using a controller?

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