Dino Stalker

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Dino Stalker
Dino Stalker NTSC-U.jpg
NTSC-U box art
Game general and emulation properties:
ESRB rating: M (Blood, Violence)
GRB rating: 15
Game supports light gun
Widescreen patch available
Languages supported:
English: SLES-50930 & SLUS-20485
Japanese: SLPM-65139 & CPCS-01002 & SLPM-61026
German: SLES-51096
French: SLES-51095
Korean: SLPM-67529
Region NTSC-U:
Serial numbers: SLUS-20485
Release date: September 9, 2002
Windows Status: Playable
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?
Region PAL:
Serial numbers: SLES-50930
Release date: September 20, 2002
Windows Status: ?
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?
Region NTSC-J/C/K:
Serial numbers: SLPM-65139
CPCS-01002 (w/ GunCon2)
SLPM-61026 (Demo, Taikenban)
Release date: June 27, 2002
Windows Status: Playable
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?

Developer(s): TOSE
Publisher(s): Capcom
Genre: Action, Shooter
Wikipedia: Link
Game review links: Metacritic50/100
Game description: Gigantic dinosaurs, deep jungles, and new weapons... World War II never prepared you for this. In Dino Stalker, you play Lt. Mike Wired, a WWII fighter pilot who's shot down during a dogfight and wakes up in a prehistoric time. While the environment is unfamiliar, you still know how to fight enemies from the land, sea, and air. Blast your way through jungles filled with prehistoric creatures to discover a futuristic city with fully interactive backgrounds. In this foreign world, you can defend yourself using either the Dual Shock 2 controller or the Guncon 2 light gun.
Dino Stalker is the third installment in Capcom's Gun Survivor series and the third entry in the Gun Survivor series after Resident Evil Survivor 2 Code: Veronica. Although the Gun Survivor games are an offshoot of the Resident Evil series, Dino Stalker is the only game in the series without any ties to Resident Evil. It was followed by Resident Evil: Dead Aim.
The game focuses on the central character Lieutenant Mike Wired, who is caught in an intense dogfight during World War II. With nowhere to go, Mike appears to be doomed until he is suddenly teleported into the sky in the 3,000,000's, and must defend himself against an army of flying prehistoric predators.

Winlogo.png Test configurations on Windows:

Environment Configurations Comments Tester
Region OS CPU/GPU Revision Graphics Sound/Pad
NTSC-U Windows
  • Intel Core i7 @ 3.4Ghz
  • Nvidia GTX 285 768MB
31 03 2013 1.1.0 r5604 GSdx 5580 SSE41 [18 03 2013]
  • SPU2-X 2.0.0 [24 02 2013]
  • LilyPad 0.11.0 [13 01 2013]
Runs above full speed.
NTSC-J Windows
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 2.66 Ghz
  • Nvidia GTX 260 896MB
1.1.0 r5754- GSdx r5752 SSSE3
  • SPU2-X 2.0.0 r5733
  • LilyPad 0.11.0 r5403
Runs fast and stable. Although its a horrible game but it looks OK at higher resolutions. Some videos seem to hang at the end but you can skip them before ending.


  • Original names: ガン・サバイバー3 ~ディノ・クライシス~ (SLPM-65139) & (CPCS-01002), 건 서바이버 3 디노 크라이시스 (SLPM-67529)
  • Also known as Gun Survivor 3: Dino Crisis (JP)

Known Issues

FMVs not playing properly in hardware mode

  • Status: Active
  • Type: Minor
  • Description: In hardware mode, FMVs are washed out.
  • Workaround: Go to Config > Emulation Settings > Game Fixes, tick the box "Enable manual game fixes" and enable "Switch to GSdx software rendering when a FMV plays" fix. Or switch to Software mode by setting Renderer to any of the "(Software)" options.

Flashing issue in recent PCSX2 releases

  • Status: Active
  • Type: Serious
  • Description: When shooting to enemies/objects, flashes appear during gameplay.
  • Workaround: Use the "GSdx r5350" as video plugin or switch to older PCSX2 release like 1.0.0 version.

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Public compatibility forum links