If you've beaten Dynamite Cop in arcades there's no real reason to buy the game.
The interesting level design, copious eye candy, and heavily touted online play are crippled by the games fumbled controls.
Battle legions of enemy ships in this arcade shooter that dynamically adjusts to your skill level.
Seventh Cross Evolution
While it's all in import-friendly English, the game's evolution concept is extremely abstract and all too central to the game to make it truly enjoyable, regardless of the language.
Iron Aces tries a little too hard to please the simulation and action crowd simultaneously.
The game puts even less of an emphasis on combat than Resident Evil-style games; instead it focuses more on the process of identifying, and subsequently neutralizing, traps.
Pen Pen TriIcelon
The game, as a whole, is a little too simplistic to hold the interest of most players, eventually relegating Pen Pen TriIcelon to the "especially good for younger players" category.
Messiah is relatively short, and the memorable set pieces are interrupted by too many uninspired jumping puzzles.
Prince of Persia: Arabian Nights
It has two tragic flaws, and these problems are so overwhelming that the good parts seem wasted.
Omikron: The Nomad Soul
Omikron's purported innovation and originality amount to nothing more than the senseless combination of unrelated but very familiar play styles.
Disney's Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers
Children will enjoy the lively adventures of Donald Duck, and some of those who enjoyed the DuckTales animated series and are looking for a comical Disney romp will want to ...
Charge 'N Blast
Charge 'N Blast doesn't have any glaring flaws, but it also doesn't excel in any general category.
Sydney 2000 is good enough to compete at the Olympic level as far as video games go - but it'll be hard-pressed to earn anything above a bronze medal.
If a good 16-bit shooter is what you're looking for, you could do a lot better elsewhere.
Kita e. White Illumination
Kita He ("to the north") is the first game in the uniquely Japanese genre of dating simulations to hit the Dreamcast.
The Tetris 4D experience is not worth rushing out to buy a Dreamcast for.
Evolution 2 leaves you with the feeling that its cast of charming characters deserves a more effective vehicle.
Does the fact that Sega has added exclusive home-only features mean that Zombie Revenge is much more than a gussied-up arcade port? Not exactly.
Spawn: In the Demon's Hand
Fans of the Spawn comic book may enjoy this game for the simple fact that it's the prettiest Spawn game yet, but all others should rent with prejudice.
Fans of spatially oriented puzzle games won't christen it the second coming of Solomon's Key, but there's enough challenge and intelligence within each of The Mummy's 46 stages to keep ...