Dino Crisis is a survival horror-style Dreamcast game from Shinji Mikami and Capcom.
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|Alternate Titles||ディノ クライシス|
|# of Players||1|
Virgin Interactive (EU)
|Release Dates||September 06th, 2000 (JP)
November 14th, 2000 (NA)
December 22nd, 2000 (EU, FR, DE, ES)
|Release Prices||¥ 5,800 (JP)
$ 19.99 (NA)
£ ? (UK)
|Product IDs||T-1220M (JP)
|Rating||Violent Content (JP)
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Dino Crisis Screenshots
Dino Crisis Opening
You can download a PDF of the North American Dino Crisis manual here.
Here is a German print ad for the Dreamcast release of Dino Crisis.
Here are all of the VMU icons displayed during gameplay.
Dino Crisis Original Soundtrack (ディノクライシス オリジナル・サウンドトラック) was released in multiple regions following the original PlayStation release. The Japanese release on August 21st, 1999 by Suleputer (Catalog # CPCA-1029) for ¥2,100. In Germany, it was released in 1999 by Digital Youth TV & Merchandising AG (Catalog # SCD1000). In North America, it was released in 2000 by Mars Colony Music (Catalog # MCM-10102-2).
The soundtrack has 66 tracks of music from the game. The Japanese release came with a necklace and small card with the catalog number CPCA-1029E. You can see the necklace just barely below in the packaging.
A 6-part Chinese comic series loosely based on the game was produced by Jade Dynasty in 2000 from artist Tony Wong. A few of the pages are below. Check out the Dino Crisis Wiki to see complete scans of the series!
–Dino Crisis game saves take up 8 VMU blocks.
–Dino Crisis can be forced to output through a VGA box. You simply use any form of Dreamcast boot disc or burn a specific pirate release. Unfortunately, cutscenes will not play when you do this.
-In certain parts of the game, Regina has blue eyes instead of the normal brown.
Cheats & Secrets
Complete the game once to unlock the Army and Battle costumes. Complete the game a second time to unlock the Ancient costume.
Complete the game three times to view all endings. Then the grenade gun with infinite ammo will be available when you start the next game.
Operation: WipeOut Mode
Complete the game on any difficulty setting in under five hours.
|B1 Library computer||3695|
|Management office safe||0426|
|John Doyle’s ID #||57036|
|Parts Storage computer||364204|
|Paul Baker’s ID #||59104|
|Gas Experiment Room||7248|
|All Weapons|| 69EB66E1
|All Items|| 349129E7
|All Maps|| 1EB55B31
|Time 0:00:00|| 24C7AEE5
|No Continues Used|| A44B1C31
|No Saves Used|| 517B3AF7
Stage Model Creators
Character Designers & Model Creators
Digital Media Lab
Opening, Interlude, Ending Helicopter:
Digital Media Lab
Tokyo Head Office
Stephanie Morgenstern (Regina)
Richard Yearwood (Rick)
Adrian Truss (Gail / Kirk)
Alex Karzis (Cooper)
Bino Tautorrez (Researcher)
Rob Tinkler (Tom)
Olive Yu (Soldier Dispatcher)
Limm Sueii (Gail) (Japanese version)
Peter Cugno (Main Pilot) (uncredited)
Mike Dopud (Pilot – screaming no) (uncredited)
William Hope (T-Rex sounds – vocal-effects) (uncredited)
Christopher Corey Smith (Pilot – screaming no) (uncredited)
Tre Smith (Pilot 2) (uncredited)
Sally Willis (Female Computerlog) (uncredited)
Chris Ryu Tang
Capcom Video Staff
Digital Media Lab
GSX by Best
Dreamcast Version Staff
Media Entertainment Inc.
Gargoyle Mechanics Inc.
Digital Ware Inc.
Paon Co. Ltd.
Produced and Directed by
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Special Thanks / Sources
–Jawmuncher for VMU icons.
–IMDB for additional credits information.
–Dino Crisi Wiki for lots of little things.