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Space Channel 5: Special Edition

Space Channel 5: Special Edition (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Music
Developer: United Game Artists
AKA: Space Channel 5 (EU), Space Channel 5 (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/18/2003
EU
03/15/2002
JP
12/12/2002
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Reader Reviews

Space Channel 5: Special Edition review

Reviewed October 02, 2009

pickhut says: "Visually and musically, Space Channel 5 for the Dreamcast was an experience. However, as a rhythmic video game, it fell flat on its face. I'm not talking about the Simon Says gameplay, where you copy the dance moves your opponent does, no, I'm talking about actually trying to play the game. Unlike many rhythm games that give you on-screen indicators, telling you when to press certain buttons, SC5 rarely does that. You're left with having to time when to press specific buttons based entirely on w..."
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