Illustration for article titled iDino Crisis/i Fan Brings Game Back Into The 21st Century With 4K, 60FPS Support

Capcom’s old Dino Crisis, which came out in 2000, isn’t available commercially on the PC, and getting the original to boot in 2020 can be a nightmare. Enter this very modern makeover.

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As PC Gamer report, Dino Crisis Classic REbirth update takes the Japanese version of the game and does stuff like giving it DirectX 9 support, a new 3D rendering mode, improved audio, new resolutions up to 4K and ultra widescreen and smooth framerates at either 30 or 60FPS.

You can download the files needed (aside from the game itself) and get installation instructions here.

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Illustration for article titled iDino Crisis/i Fan Brings Game Back Into The 21st Century With 4K, 60FPS Support

UPDATE: This story originally stated that the project was a collaboration amongst fans, when it’s actually just the work of @REBehindtheMask

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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