• Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Release Date: Aug 22, 2000

Mixed or average reviews - based on 17 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 17
  2. Negative: 0 out of 17
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  1. Sega X
    Many of you may be better off getting out your old bathtub toys and just have silky-smooth fun playing in the girly bubbles.
  2. 82
    Simple and complex at the same time, the relaxing atmosphere and intelligent mission structure had me yearning for retries at failed scenarios hours after bed time.
  3. Dreamcast.net
    This title is fun. Not wet your pants fun.
  4. Deep Fighter's mysterious story, level bosses, and diverse missions make it a game all its own.
  5. Dreamcast HQ
    There's just something about it.
  6. The very definition of a sleeper hit, Deep Fighter might not be on your "must buy" list but it certainly deserves a look-see.
  7. Da Gameboyz
    Although this is a fairly standard first person shooter style game, it uses plot and puzzle solving to offer up several different challenges to make the game interesting and worth a look.
  8. While it lacks multiplayer and there isn't a whole lot to do once the game has been completed, Deep Fighter's 36 missions will keep the gamer interested for long enough to justify its cost.
  9. CNET Gamecenter
    The undersea environment it uses is appealing and fun to explore, especially since the open maps of the game facilitate fairly nonlinear exploration.
  10. Deep Fighter ranks only behind the superb "Resident Evil: Code Veronica" in bringing mood to the table.
  11. Total Video Games
    It does become too tedious too soon which is a real shame.
  12. If you're too upset to talk with your "Seaman", and the difficulty in "Ecco" has gotten the most of you (FAQ's are a stuck gamer's best friend), Ubi Soft's "Deep Fighter" is a more than worthy alternative.
  13. Uneven pacing, clunky interface and mismatched visuals undermine the game's potential.
  14. A game that will torture you with terribile acting, when it isn't putting you to sleep.
  15. Daily Radar
    Gamers will probably derive more fun simply from reading this paragraph than they will from actually playing Deep Fighter.
  16. Cut away all the unnecessary flab and there's a decent game in here somewhere, but in terms of gameplay, Deep Fighter is more than 20,000 leagues below par than 20,000 Leagues Below the Sea.
  17. You would probably get a greater sense of being underwater by watching "The Little Mermaid."

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