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SEGA’s most beloved Dreamcast games in a must-have collection!
Experience four of SEGA’s classic hits from the Dreamcast era in this must-have collection. Speed through uncharted territories in Sonic Adventure™, zip around town in Crazy Taxi™, fend off menacing invaders in Space Channel 5: Part 2™ or get your nostalgia fix with Sega Bass Fishing™
These games are sure to delight old and new gamers of all ages and feature enhanced graphics for both platforms versions for an even more engaging experience.
In addition to this, achievements and online leader boards will be available for each game providing a competitive edge and allowing players to prove their skills!
Sonic Adventure™ - Join Sonic and friends as they embark on their epic quest to stop Dr, Eggman’s most villainous scheme.
*Crazy Taxi™ *- Weave your way through crowded streets, across sidewalks in a frantic race to deliver passengers to their destinations.
Space Channel 5: Part 2™ - Ulala, the stylish heroine, fends off menacing invaders using the gift of dance and a sassy attitude.
SEGA Bass Fishing™ - Enjoy the great outdoors without ever leaving the house as SEGA Bass Fishing brings an ultra-realistic fishing experience into your living room!
Too little , too late and for too much.daniyyel | Dec. 20, 2014 | See all daniyyel's reviews »
Sega has rereleased some of their classic Dreamcast titles on PC. Unfortunately this turns out to be more a a cash grab than anything else. To put it mildly, these games have not aged gracefully. Its does not help that the porting was awful as well. The maximum resolution supported is 1280x720. Much of the original soundtrack of Crazy Taxi is gone.
Sega Bass Fishing loses much of its charm without the Sega Bass fishing controller but the other games play more or less as they did on the Dreamcast.
Sega's collection is a poor attempt to cash in one gamer's nostalgia. It is definitely not work the asking price.
A nice memory, but that's it...anticerber | Dec. 19, 2014 | See all anticerber's reviews »
I really wanted to enjoy these games a lot....I still have my dreamcast and have rather fond memories of it...Sonic Adventure, Skies of Arcadia, Blue Stinger, Crazy Taxi...So of course this bundle of games felt like it would bring back some of the joy...Well the thought is there, but the gameplay doesn't seem to be...Crazy Taxi lacks the music...The controls of Sonic Adventure are pretty bad....If you don't have a controller its honestly a nightmare to play, if you do it isn't so terrible, but things like the homing attack mechanics seem to have a mind of their own....Visuals...even though Sonic version is supposed to be the upgraded 'DX' Version still are pretty terrible..The music is probably the saving grace of it..As it seems to bring all the memories back....If you've never played them before I would honestly hold out till you can get them for super cheap because the nostalgia is about the only thing worth it, especially at a $20 price point...no thanks..
The Nostalgia Tripnikomaihurashi | Sept. 11, 2013 | See all nikomaihurashi's reviews »
The four games included in this pack will leave you with a warm feeling in the bottom of your stomach as they are 4 of the best.
Sonic Adventure™ - The fast blue hedgehog is accordingly the fastest video game character in history as he has those iconic red and white sneakers with alot replay value you can not go wrong with this title.
Crazy Taxi™ - Nothing beats driving like a mad man/woman to get you fairs to their desired location in the quickest time in you yellow cab. one thing that is literally crazy is that you can pick up fairs under water which is insane.
Space Channel 5: Part 2™ - Great dance themed game set in the outer reaches of space with a great soundtrack and also it starts the King of Pop himself Michael Jackson who dances with you, pity Part 1 is not available.
SEGA Bass Fishing™ - Ever thought of yourself as the ultimate angler well you can with this game not matter size of the fish you can catch it with various baits and lures and also when this was on the Dreamcast itself you could buy a fishing rod peripheral which was years before the Nintendo Wii had one.
Buy this to get your Nostalgia Trip Fix
Good bundlelatheum | April 28, 2013 | See all latheum's reviews »
I think like Space Channel 5 – and Shenmue, and Seaman, and Jet Set Radio and Rez – that generate such fondness for the Dreamcast. All that games like Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure do now is slap you around the face with the cold, moist fact that the Dreamcast wasn't actually made out of fairy dust and gold sparkles, but was instead a game console like any other, with its fair share of overrated successes.
Dreamcast collection in name onlyAeonLinear | March 24, 2013 | See all AeonLinear's reviews »
It should be noted that while these games were released on the Dreamcast, these are not the versions old Sega fans will fondly remember. Each title is either shell-of-former-self variations, missing the original soundtracks and graphical elements (Crazy Taxi, due to copyright issues), or shoddy ports of already mediocre Gamecube ports of the original Dreamcast titles (Sonic Adventure etc.).
Sega have published and released a lot of their titles on the PC which are very true to their original forms, but this pack isn't one of them. Quite sad, considering how enthused I was when I heard of Dreamcast re-releases coming out a few years ago. This shouldn't be a surprise though, as most of the crowning jewels of the DC library (albeit with a few exceptions) were developed and published outside of the Sega umbrella.
Save your dinero and put it towards Sonic Generations or Sega All Stars Racing Transformed, or a bundle of the 16-bit gems.