Launch, damn! Using cel-shading (first use of it here folks), you control a member of a Japanese skating gang, trying to outdo every other gang, and avoid "The man". >dave penn, I’ve added Lack of Love and I’ve also added The Lost Golem under the puzzle section (just stumbled on that one). But what happens when you need something different to play? This is a list of all games for the Dreamcast video game console.There are 624 games on this list, which includes titles exclusive to North America, exclusive to Europe, and exclusive to Japan. It has everything going for it: great graphics, great plot, fantastic battle system, and a great cast. Your email address will not be published. Technical wonders that creatively max out what each console's capability. Basically living the life of Ryu Hazuki became an obsession of mine for the longest time. PlanetDreamcast’s Review of NBA Showtime Sega Bass Fishing 2 There’s a few mini-games thrown in there, but some are extremely frustrating.” Border Down .s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f{color:var(--newCommunityTheme-metaText);padding-top:5px}.s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f._19JhaP1slDQqu2XgT3vVS0{color:#ea0027} Plasma Sword Record of Lodoss War (or something along those lines). And it’s rather hard too. The nature of the fighting system allows for those sorts of strategic decisions. Hardcore Gaming 101’s Review of Cannon Spike I can honestly tell you that I’ve never played a game of any type that possesses more feel. So I recently started getting into Dreamcast collecting and I have always been a guy who looks for the obscure stuff on a console rather then the well known games, so I would like to know what are some great obscure games? At the time, I think I got it brand new for something like £20. It's kind of like asteroids with infinite space turned into an action RPG that also has 4 player co-op. Evolve into a pure creature through different dna paths, or create a mutant hybrid capable of firing lasers and beating other weaker creatures to death with tenticle arms. Excellent post! Many consider this to be DC's greatest RPG, and with good reason. I was left extremely impressed. Hit three shots in a row and you’ll catch fire, making you a force to be reckoned with until the other team puts out the flames. If you can find it cheap, this is a definite buy. Armada But unlike Blitz, there are actually a couple of rules. The multiplayer, while simple, was pretty entertaining. I bought the Thrustmaster Ferrari wheel just for that game. Featured Game: F355 Challenge Passione Rossa Having been raised on the old fashioned menu-based system, this was a breath of fresh air. Zero Gunner 2 Eight weapons are available, and each is distinguishable enough from the others to give them individual advantages. It can be easily described as a shoot em up mixed with Contra for good measure. There's few things worse in life than being left with an incomplete story that's forever etched in your head. Jet Coaster Dream 2 They also feature a few non 2.5D sections. The player model and ball both emit light that gives enjoyable, subtle lighting effects in white areas, and a warm glow in black ones. Very dark and twisted game. Like the name suggests it's a bus driving simulator in Tokyo and it's a pretty good game. IGN’s Review of Napple Tale Vigilante 8: Second Offense Blending 3D shooting, trippy TRIPPY visuals, and the fact that you're essentially making the music as you play makes this one of the quirkest and fulfilling games … PlanetDreamcast’s Review of Blue Stinger This game did see a release on the GC here in the states (get it if you can) but only the truly hardcore play the DC version ;). Incoming It’s a welcome change from the current trend of button masher fighting games that Capcom’s “Vs”� series has spawned. Tokyo Xtreme Racer: 2 Built for … Super Magnetic Neo. We aim to represent the best of all genre's, we try to limit the number of sequels included to allow more underrated games to shine, and also tend to avoid games that have been ported from earlier systems that don't use the hardware to its full potential. I think it was released as a ps2 game in the rest of the world. You can feel… well, I could go on and on with examples here, but I think you’re starting to catch my (4 wheel anyone?) PlanetDreamcast’s Review of Fur Fighters