Dino Crisis is the well-known success scary game from Capcom - who are certainly the expert of scary games they are the makers of the resident evil series, after all. In Dino Crisis 3 for the PS2 you are given the part of Meat Tyler, the head of the top level group sent into the area position to examine a strange sequence of activities. The experience is once again a survival-horror game (similar to Citizen Evil), but where dinosaurs are the primary attacker instead of Zombies.
The Dino Crisis 3 PS2 edition of the game occurs on a suspended area position, where you must try to endure against an onset group of mutated opponents. The sequence owes a lot to the movie Jurassic Playground, as the two discuss the same primary idea (dinosaurs people cut returning again and then going on a rampage).
One of the primary criticisms of the Dino Crisis 3 PS2 edition is that mission's opponents are not actual dinosaurs - they are mutated aliens/creatures. This requires away some of the benefit the game, and can eventually be traced-back as the purpose why a 4th game was never created. Moreover to this, lovers of the sequence did not like the significant changes created to the game, and these problems were shown in inadequate revenue (compared to the other Dino Crisis games).
Other criticisms of the game were that there was a deficiency of firearms to select from, which cause to a deficiency of level in the game. Just two different weapons were available for use throughout the whole game, creating the game-play experience dull. That being said, the designers have clearly not overlooked how to create an anxious, interesting and frightening game atmosphere, and DC3 is complete game of excitement.