Rumor: Dino Crisis Reboot is in the works

Back in 1999, Capcom released a new survival horror title in the form of Dino Crisis which took the gameplay mechanics of Resident Evil but instead swapped Zombies for Dinosaurs. Dino Crisis also added new gameplay elements such as being able to move and shoot at the same time. Dino Crisis even spawned 2 Sequels & a Spin off title but ultimately the series ended with Dino Crisis 3 in 2003 however that could soon change if a recent rumor is to be believed.

If the info published on Eurogamer Italy is to be believed; A Dino Crisis Reboot is in development at the moment and Capcom should announce this new iteration of the series at some point this year. (Possibly Captivate or E3 2014). In addition to this, The production is allegedly set to be announced in the March issue of Official Xbox Magazine. Other features the Dino Crisis series is notable for include different takes on the Puzzles & Gameplay Mechanics from Resident Evil aswell as being able to bandage up your wounds in order to stop the blood trail to prevent the Dinosaurs finding you.

Screenshot from the first Dino Crisis
Screenshot from the first Dino Crisis

Until Capcom makes an official announcement; This is still a Rumor so take this news with a grain of salt. Check out the trailer for Dino Crisis 1 below.

So what do you think? Would you like to see a Dino Crisis Reboot? Did you manage to play any of the originals? Do you think if true, this could be the revival of Dinosaur video games? Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn & Reddit.

Article by Matthew McNamee

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