Summary: After having played the game a small amount, it seems like fun. I don't know that it's great. I'll admit to being surprised and somewhat confused by the need to use the directional pad on the Guncon 2. As I have big hands, I found this taxing at times, and I'm uncertain as to whether I consider the change in style refreshing or annoying. If only I'd played more! But yeah, solid graphics and decent gameplay. If you're looking for a PS2 shooter, I do recommend this one.
Summary: You are Mike Wired, a World War 2 fighter that crashed and was transported to a strange island. Now he must fight for the sake of humanity by battling vicious raptors, killer pterodactyls, 2 carnotaurus, oviraptors and triceratops, and the king, T-rex.
Summary: Wow how did I never hear of this game before? this is a crazy shooter. Unlike the time crisis games for ps2 dino crisis lets you control where the character goes. Its done differently than resident evil dead aim because you always stay in first person mode instead of walking around in third person then switching to first to fight. A few other things that make this game different is the fact that amost everything in the environment is destructable.
Summary: I had bought this and at a good price. Though with the GunCon, moving around in the world is a little difficult. I have heard that you can use the GunCon to shoot and another controler to move around, which would make it much easier to move, but I coudn't figure out how. Some place are easier, where you move straight or are riding in a car and only have to move around in a circle.
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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).
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.