Links and instructions: https://www.pcgamer.com/dino-crisis-PC-patch-update/
Dino Crisis was ported to PC way back in 2000, but that old version is just stagnating on dusty disks somewhere, with no way to download the games or easily get them running. Let us shoot the dinosaurs, Capcom.
As we’re used to, rightfully impatient PC gamers have largely solved the problem for us. A collaborative unofficial patch from the folks over at The Apple of Eden, the Dino Crisis Classic REbirth update adds a suite of features and improvements that make an old, abandoned game run perfectly on today’s PC hardware.
The update adds support for high resolutions, high frames per second, DirectX9 support for better comparability with modern GPUs (OpenGL and DirectX11 are in progress), new input detection tech for native keyboard and broad controller support, and plenty more.
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