If, somehow, you're able to get past the pervasive and ceaseless problems with the camera, underneath it is a halfway decent action game that suffers from repetitive gameplay, ceaseless backtracking of the "find the blue key and then run halfway across the map to use it" sort, and an utterly inane story. There are many good survival horror games currently available for fans of the genre, games that reward you with interesting gameplay, prolific scares, or an engaging plot. This is not one of those games. This is a game that punishes you for playing it, getting worse and worse as the deeply flawed design extracts its toll. Even if you're a diehard fan of survival horror in general or Dino Crisis in specific, I can only recommend that you stay away, far, far away, from this one.