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GameStop Tweet Sparks Rumours Of Dino Crisis At E3 2019

But probably not.

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GameStop’s been at it again, sparking rumours of a much-loved game which people now believe might be making an appearance at E3 2019.

Capcom’s Dino Crisis is one of the best horror game series of all time, because when you mix fighting for your life against dinosaurs, you’re guaranteed to be onto a winner.

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Unfortunately the PlayStation One classic has sadly been missing from the Capcom roster in recent years – despite the fact that fans are crying out for a remake.

Cue GameStop, who sent Twitter into a dino-fuelled frenzy by asking if people wanted to see Dino Crisis at E3 this year.

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I mean, of course the answer to this is yes, which is now why lots of people are speculating that GameStop wasn’t asking a question so much as it was dropping a cryptic hint…

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It got infinitely more interesting when SteelSeries, who mostly manufactures gaming accessories, chimed in and responded with some emojis, including a winky face, which is obviously the most suggestive emoji (after the eggplant and peach).

Does this mean we’re getting Dino Crisis at E3 2019? Well…probably not, no. But Capcom knows it’s sitting on a goldmine with its Dino Crisis series, so hopefully it’ll be remaking the game in the future.

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Capcom’s remade version of the iconic Resident Evil 2 released earlier this year and it stunned players with its perfect combination of nostalgia and 2019 graphics.

During an investor meeting last year, a representative for Capcom was asked what the company was planning for the future, with Capcom responding: “Regarding remakes and rereleases of titles in our back catalog, we expect to explore these further with a variety of properties as a part of our strategy to utilize our library of IP.”

Hopefully the company’s talking about our beloved Dino Crisis series. Please, Capcom? Please?

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