Sydney 2000 Dreamcast

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  • Summary: Experience the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Train your mind and body for competition in the Virtual Gym. 4 modes of play: Olympic, Arcade, Head-to-Head, or Coaching. Compete in intese multiplayer action for up to 4 players. TV-style presentation with Olympic champion commentators Dwight StonesExperience the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Train your mind and body for competition in the Virtual Gym. 4 modes of play: Olympic, Arcade, Head-to-Head, or Coaching. Compete in intese multiplayer action for up to 4 players. TV-style presentation with Olympic champion commentators Dwight Stones and Marty Liquori. 32 countries represented in 12 events of power, stamina, accuracy and skill. Collapse
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  2. Negative: 5 out of 14
  1. Dreamcast HQ
    70
    It needs a little polishing. However, given that, it's not a deadweight game, and if you're an Olympic fanatic, you can overlook the flaws in the game.
  2. 70
    Like the PlayStation version, the game requires a specific tempo to your button presses, and it's very difficult to gauge correctly.
  3. Antagonist
    70
    I still wouldn't buy this game, but if given a choice of rentals, I'd pick the DC version of Sydney 2000 over the PlayStation version.
  4. Daily Radar
    50
    Potential buyers should already know that it will involve incessant button mashing, and newcomers should be warned that, without a joystick, there's not a lot of fun to be had here.
  5. Sega X
    50
    To make matters worse the controls are pathetic, lacking any kind of creative vision or even an attempt to bring unique fun to the majority of the competition.
  6. Da Gameboyz
    49
    Its substandard graphics, poor sound and simplistic gameplay make this at most, a rental title indeed.

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