Dino Stalker (Gun Survivor 3: Dino Crisis in Japan) is a first person shooter that was released for the Playstation 2 on June 27, 2002. It is considered the third game in the Dino Crisis series of horror games. Though it can be played by other means, a light gun is recommended, as the game was one in a number of Capcom games that tried to bridge the gap between light gun games and traditional games that allowed the player greater range of control over their movements in the game.
Dino Stalker is also the third installment in Capcom's Gun Survivor series (preceded by Resident Evil Survivor and Resident Evil Survivor 2). Although the Gun Survivor games are an offshot 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 Lt. Mike Wired, who is caught in an intense plane fight during World War II. With nowhere to go, Mike appears to be doomed until he is suddenly teleported into the sky in another dimension, and must defend himself against an army of flying Prehistoric predators.
When he makes it to the main land, he sees more dinosaurs and must battle them single handedly with whatever weapons he can acquire. He hears a voice on his new wrist communicator, telling him to find a girl called Paula. When he does find Paula, she simply replies with "Trinity" before more dinosaurs appear. Trinity is actually a dinosaur with significant intelligence. It can send other dinosaurs to attack the player, as it does during a boss fight. In order to win the boss fight with Trinity, the player must shoot Trinity while it quickly dashes around a broken time gate.
Eventually, Mike sees Paula is trapped in a ravine and is able to save her. After they escape in a jeep through an empty town, it is revealed that the man talking to Mike is actually Paula's father Dylan Morton, the male protagonist from Dino Crisis 2.
The finale takes place inside a volcano, filled with red hot lava and one very large Tyrannosaurus which the player must defeat. After the fight is over, Mike gets sent back to his own time, in the same plane fight he was in at the beginning of the game. A rival plane shoots his down, and as he parachutes out, bullets are shown about to hit Mike right before Paula teleports the bullets elsewhere.
Due to the plot, Dino Stalker serves as a semi-sequel to the events of Dino Crisis 2.