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Bangai-O (Dreamcast)

Bangai-O review (DC)

Reviewed on August 06, 2017

Riki! Beat the Boss and Win! That's How You Play the Game!
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Demolition Racer: No Exit (Dreamcast)

Demolition Racer: No Exit review (DC)

Reviewed on September 26, 2016

Gleeful Malice
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Charge 'N Blast (Dreamcast)

Charge 'N Blast review (DC)

Reviewed on September 09, 2016

Disgraceful
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Omikron: The Nomad Soul (Dreamcast)

Omikron: The Nomad Soul review (DC)

Reviewed on January 16, 2016

There's Something In the Air...
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Chicken Run (Dreamcast)

Chicken Run review (DC)

Reviewed on September 01, 2015

The best is yet to come?
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Sports Jam (Dreamcast)

Sports Jam review (DC)

Reviewed on September 25, 2014

Sports Jam's host needs to be in the next Super Smash Bros. game. Make it so, Nintendo.
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The House of the Dead 2 (Dreamcast)

The House of the Dead 2 review (DC)

Reviewed on September 09, 2014

At last you've come... FRIENDS. The door.. of fate.. shall open.
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Sega Rally Championship 2 (Dreamcast)

Sega Rally Championship 2 review (DC)

Reviewed on September 10, 2013

If you want a thrill ride that really makes you work for its sweetest moments, Sega Rally 2 comes out on top in that department.
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Dynamite Cop! (Dreamcast)

Dynamite Cop! review (DC)

Reviewed on September 04, 2013

Dynamite Cop is a wacky, fun game to play with friends that have no clue what they're getting into.
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Illbleed (Dreamcast)

Illbleed review (DC)

Reviewed on August 19, 2012

Illbleed drives me nuts. It offers 1000 ideas from 1000 different sources. Some of them are good. Most feel out of place. All of these ideas combine to give Illbleed a unique feel when compared to other games within the survival horror genre, as well as on the Dreamcast. It’s like the developers threw everything they could think of at a wall and hoped that only the best would stick. Problem is, everything stuck and nothing was cut out, causing Illbleed to become lumbering and illogical. I...
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Blue Stinger (Dreamcast)

Blue Stinger review (DC)

Reviewed on August 13, 2012

"I swallowed monsters!!"
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Virtua Athlete 2000 (Dreamcast)

Virtua Athlete 2000 review (DC)

Reviewed on March 04, 2012

Sega's other track and field title for the Dreamcast, Virtua Athlete 2000, rarely gets a mention because of its under-the-radar release, so not a whole lot of players remember or even know of its existence. Hell, Sega didn't even publish the game in North America, despite the allure of being developed by the same team that created the then-hot Virtua Tennis. However, it was snatched up by Agetec, a publisher who was known at the time for releasing niche titles no one else would touch.
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18-Wheeler American Pro Trucker (Dreamcast)

18-Wheeler American Pro Trucker review (DC)

Reviewed on February 19, 2012

A game about big rigs? 18 wheelers driving across the United States of America? There's been plenty of unusual titles before this game's time, but still, it's not a premise you think would show up in a video game. Then again, it was made by Sega, a company that managed to turn taxi driving into a crazy activity, so if there's anyone that could make truck racing interesting, it's them.
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TNN Motorsports Hardcore Heat (Dreamcast)

TNN Motorsports Hardcore Heat review (DC)

Reviewed on February 15, 2012

When the Dreamcast was released in the U.S. on September 9, 1999, it had a bevy of varied launch games to back it up. Some were titles everyone knew and had to get, like SoulCalibur and Sonic Adventure, then there were the rest, the "second choices" that spanned many genres: action, racing, sports, and so on. It was easy to get lost in the shuffle, fallen to obscurity, and it happened with quite a few. Hardcore Heat was such a GD-ROM, an off road-ish racing game of the arcadey kind.
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Armada (Dreamcast)

Armada review (DC)

Reviewed on November 06, 2010

Metro3D had a great idea. They took the gameplay conventions of a popular game like Diablo and changed the setting from a fantasy world to outer space. This sounds exciting. Who wouldn't want to play Diablo in space? Armada was born from such an idea, but it very much lacks the customization and heart that made Diablo such a hit. The game falls victim to extreme repetition without much to break the tedium of constant killing for cash. It lacks any sort of variance or plot development. Basically...
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Jet Grind Radio (Dreamcast)

Jet Grind Radio review (DC)

Reviewed on July 15, 2010

Speak with someone who owned a Dreamcast in 1999 or 2000 and they’ll likely recall fond memories of a fantastic library tailored to the “hardcore” gaming crowd. But gamers who never adopted the console usually aren’t hunting it down on eBay. The fact is many of its best games ranging from high-profile titles like Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi to niche import releases like Guilty Gear X and Ikaruga have been ported to more successful consoles. There are, however, a f...
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Crazy Taxi (Dreamcast)

Crazy Taxi review (DC)

Reviewed on September 09, 2009

I still remember when this game first appeared at the arcade I used to go to, and just watch people play it. They understood the concept, where they had to pick up customers and drop them off at their destinations before time ran out, which, considering the game's title had the word Taxi in it, wasn't hard to grasp. However, when the game finally started, I would watch in amazement as they just drove causally while picking up customers and dropping them off. Obviously, they didn't last long, but...
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Confidential Mission (Dreamcast)

Confidential Mission review (DC)

Reviewed on July 18, 2009

When Confidential Mission, a standard light gun title by Hitmaker, was released, quite a number of creative games in the genre had come and gone. During the mid '90s, Namco unveiled Time Crisis, a game that gave you the ability, with the help of a foot pedal, to take cover from attacks. Silent Scope, by Konami, actually makes you wield a sniper rifle to locate targets from absurd distances. Hell, Police 911, released the same year CM was ported to the Dreamcast, has sensors impleme...
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Crazy Taxi 2 (Dreamcast)

Crazy Taxi 2 review (DC)

Reviewed on May 22, 2009

Crazy Taxi Company has picked up shop and relocated to New York City. However, other than heading for the east coast and replacing the four drivers from the original, Crazy Taxi 2 does little to differentiate itself.
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Skies of Arcadia (Dreamcast)

Skies of Arcadia review (DC)

Reviewed on February 26, 2009

A game doesn't necessarily have to do anything different to be a good one. While many tout games such as Donkey Konga or Rez for their "innovations", they forget that a simply yet expertly crafted game almost always ends up offering more beef than these so-called breaths of fresh air. Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Metroid, Doom; many of the games considered to be revolutionary classics never really revolutionized anything at all, polishing their wheels to a perfect shine as opposed to reinventing t...
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