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  • Summary: The Dreamcast Collection includes the fan favorites Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, SEGA Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5: Part 2. Players will get to enjoy four very different Dreamcast experiences, from hopping behind the steering wheel of Crazy Taxi, to taking things a little slower byThe Dreamcast Collection includes the fan favorites Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, SEGA Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5: Part 2. Players will get to enjoy four very different Dreamcast experiences, from hopping behind the steering wheel of Crazy Taxi, to taking things a little slower by luring in their fish before catching them hook, line and sinker with SEGA Bass Fishing. Alternatively, take over as intergalactic news reporter Ulala in Space Channel 5: Part 2 and dance your way past the evil Rhythm Rogues, or make it all about speed in Sonic's first Dreamcast outing, Sonic Adventure! Collapse
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  1. Mar 21, 2011
    75
    Two useless ports, one nostalgic Sonic game and one very special rhythm-based adventure you don't want to miss. [Apr 2011, p.97]
  2. Mar 4, 2011
    60
    Two great and two...not-so-great moments from SEGAs gaming history are included in this package. Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi surely worth the money, but it is clear that this collection was in need of some more well-known and loved games.
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  1. sdc
    May 24, 2015
    10
    Da nostalgia.... can;t argue that.
    Sonic Adventure is really why I came for it, and I found it a thoroughly enjoyable remaster. The other
    Da nostalgia.... can;t argue that.
    Sonic Adventure is really why I came for it, and I found it a thoroughly enjoyable remaster. The other games also run swell. Each game has an awesome upscale, and they are the Dreamcast games I love; and more.
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  2. Sep 30, 2011
    6
    Dreamcast Collection - big words.. I think it's hard to call 4 games a collection. It could be "Dreamcast 4-pack" or something like that...Dreamcast Collection - big words.. I think it's hard to call 4 games a collection. It could be "Dreamcast 4-pack" or something like that... Specially if You consider the fact that games are chosen in pretty random way. We've got Crazy Taxi - very decent title, with lots of arcade fun. It's still a great game, challenging and memorable, even if graphics are out-dated and game physics ...oh well, does not exist;) Next title - Space Channel: Part 2, entertaining music game... Seems pretty ankward and silly, but it's really a gem. Like Crazy Taxi, the passing time had no effect on this game. It's still pure fun. And that is the good part of this "collection". As much as i admire Mr.Hedgehog, Sonic Adventure DX is just mediocre at best. Port is pretty glitchy, game itself is filled with bugs. You cant even play in proper fullscreen. The last game is Sega Bass Fishing. Ive go no idea what to think about it. Offcourse it's not possible to play it with special fishing controller like on original Dreamcast console. So, eventually, the game loses it's "exotic" charm. You've got bored with it after an hour... Two nice games, two weak games. 9 euros on steam. Worth? Wait for discount. Expand
  3. Oct 1, 2011
    3
    I didn't get the full collection, but one of it's games: Space Channel 5: Part 2 (yes, each tittle is available individually). SC5:P2 is anI didn't get the full collection, but one of it's games: Space Channel 5: Part 2 (yes, each tittle is available individually). SC5:P2 is an amazing game, straight back from Dreamcast times. Unfortunately, this PC port is downright awful, a shame for SEGA, it's broken to the point of being unplayable. I'll list a few problems: a) there are frequent audio/video sync problems (and that alone is enough to kill a rhythm game); b) the graphics are glitched, you'll see a lot of random polygonal bars popping on your screen, obscuring what you need to see; c) the game won't even save your configurations manually copy it's config.ini file to an specific folder and manually enter your configurations through a text editor (if you don't do that, the game won't even run in full screen mode). Unless you're pretty sure SEGA solved all these problems in a path, avoid this tittle like the plague - if if they didn't fixed those bugs in the last six months, I really doubt they ever will Expand

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