With the success of the Resident Evil 2 and the recent announcement of the Resident Evil 3 remake, we won’t be surprised if Capcom will remake even more of its classic PS1-era titles in the future. And from the looks of it, Capcom will do exactly that.
According to a report by Bloody Disgusting, Capcom has recently filed several trademarks, including Dino Crisis. This might indicate that Capcom might be interested, or is currently working on a remake for the PS1 classic.
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Aside from Dino Crisis, Capcom also filed other trademarks, including Power Stone, Rockman, and Vampire (aka Darkstalkers). These trademarks were filed in November 29. And while this is interesting news, this is not a full confirmation that a remake of Dino Crisis is coming. Still, here’s hoping that Capcom does put out a remake, or at the very least a remaster of the survival horror classic.
In case you’re unfamiliar, Dino Crisis was a survival-horror game directed by Resident Evil’s Shinji Mikami. The game follows Regina, a spec-ops agent sent to investigate a hidden island research facility which she finds are crawling with dinosaurs. The game plays similarly to Resident Evil, but with dinosaurs instead of zombies.
Dino Crisis was released back in 1999 for the PlayStation. The game was then released for the Dreamcast and PC in 2000.
Sources: Bloody Disgusting, Windows Central