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I really enjoy Dino Crisis, even to this day, but there are some things that haven’t aged well. Remember when I talked about the controls? Well they do inspire moments of fear and terror, but it is frustrating to die or take damage because of bad controls. Sadly, even the re-released versions of Dino Crisis have not fixed the controls, so your analog sticks will be quite useless on the PS3 or even PS2 if you play it on disk. The graphics are nothing to write home about, either, though they did look good in their day. I can’t think of any other issues with the game, though, I still think it’s a fun game. My final take on Dino Crisis is that it has held up relatively well for a game of its age. If you are a fan of survival horror style games, it might even be worth a shot at the low price of $5.99. It’s still a great game and one I recommend for anyone looking for a romp through a dinosaur infested research facility.