Excerpt: Dino Crisis comes from the creators of Resident Evil and focuses on a special agent by the name of Regina, who is sent, with her allies, to a secret scientific base on Ibis Island to retrieve Dr. Kirk, a scientist who was supposedly dead. Once there, they run into a serious amount of trouble in the form of dinosaurs.
Pros: Nice change of pace from Resident Evil, Mixing system adds some personalization, Multiple story paths adds replayability
Cons: Bland backgrounds, Poor use of 3D environments, Not enough types of weapons or dinosaurs
Excerpt: I downloaded this game today, at first i was skeptical becuase i thought it was JUST a flying game and im not really into that. So i took a chance and bought it and to my suprise its a really awesome game. Although there are a few gripes.. and thier only a few.
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: Incredible Crisis brings you a story that has to be seen to be (dis)believed - in cartoonish 3D. Fans of Japanese animation will enjoy this nice little treat. While the graphics are somewhat simple, the FMVs are very entertaining. I DO have to warn you about the sound that Taneo makes when he's injured... it sounds roughly like 'YOU-WiiiiNN!!!'... but it obviously has a different meaning in Japanese. At any rate, it gets annoying rather quickly.
Excerpt: Capcom has another gem on their hands and their fourth "survival horror" game has a different edge to it. Instead of blowing off the heads of the zombies, this time around you have to shoot a dinosaur in the mouth. And who better to know how to make a survival horror game other than Capcom. Their previous titles like Resident Evil (both original and directors cut) and Resident Evil 2 were award winners in their category.