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Dino Crisis reboot to be announced by Capcom later this year – rumour

Dino Crisis never got a modern sequel, after the third game took an odd ‘dinosaurs in space’ tangent. One magazine is reporting that Capcom is working on the project now, and that it’ll be announced later this year.

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Dino Crisis headlines

  • Capcom producer: "more important" to focus on new IP than reboots

    Resident Evil producer Masachika Kawata has said Capcom isn’t likely to return to Onimusha or Dino Crisis any time soon. “Capcom has obviously never shied away from bringing back our older IPs to new generations, but I do think it’s more important for us to focus on creating new IP as we move forward,” he […]

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  • Dino Crisis 2 looks set for PSN release

    Siliconera reports the ESRB has rated Dino Crisis 2 for PlayStation 3 and PSP. With SCEA as publisher, it looks like we’ll see a US PlayStation Network release of the PSOne action horror game. The first Dino Crisis is already available on the US PSN, along with other Capcom classics such as Resident Evil 2 […]

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  • Capcom discusses Dino Crisis and Onimusha, but no revivals without "incredible" idea

    Here’s hoping they’ve long since fired the guy who suggested it’d be “incredible” to put dinosaurs in space.

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  • Dino Crisis, RE2 and RE3 all rated for PSN

    The ESRB‘s rated Dino Crisis, Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis for PS3 in the US. PSN release? Probably. Put the game titles in search there and see for yourself. Thanks, SixthAxis and GAF.

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  • Dino Crisis is 10 today

    Unbelievably, Dino Crisis is ten years old today. Capcom’s lizard horror released in Japan on July 1 1999, and was followed by two sequels and a light-gun spin-off called Dino Stalker. Feel old now, don’t you? Here’s the Wiki page and there’s a run down of the franchises history on 9Lives.

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  • Resident Evil is Capcom's best-selling series of all time

    Capcom has listed it’s biggest-selling franchises of all time. It’s filled with no surprises really, but it’s posted below, anyway. You like lists. All figures come from the company’s 2009 fiscal year and combine worldwide sales of all games in each series. Resident Evil – 40 million Mega Man – 28 million Street Fighter – […]

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