The legacy of Dino Crisis leaves us this survival horror that seems to be taken from the first PlayStation

The Dino Crisis saga has unfortunately fallen into the oblivion of the company that gave birth to it and over the years it is getting more and more users to consider it dead . Although Capcom promised to revive some of its inactive licenses for more than a year, we still do not know anything about the adventures Regina and her friends of the Triassic, so many companies are being encouraged to take the witness .

Iteria Games has presented a trailer for its new survival horror , Compound Fracture , a title that is completely inspired by the Capcom saga , although in this case, changing the fixed camera system and third-person view for a first-person view that displaces the classic style of the saga towards the FPS . The dinosaurs will also be the enemy that we will have to fight and the one that will hunt us down.

Dino Crisis is one of Capcom’s most loved and remembered sagas by fans of the survival horror of the 90s. The saga experienced great success , partly supported by the phenomenon that dinosaurs assumed throughout the 90s. thanks to Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster Jurassic Park .

Capcom’s title took the dinosaurs that Spielberg had terrified us with and used them in a genre that he had perfectly mastered .Compound Fracture draws attention to its retro visual and sound section that has managed to perfectly recreate the 3D graphics of the 32-bit generation .

The story will take players to investigate a heinous crime , while trying to evade the fearsome predators that inhabit the prehistoric precinct of ChronoGas . The return of the dinosaurs to the big screen seems to be rekindling interest in the saga from many studios. Instinction is another game that seeks to be a spiritual successor to Dino Crisis. You also have Dino’s Reborn , betting on survival before the dinosaurs as the central pillar of its history.

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