Death Crimson OX
It's hard to recommend Death Crimson OX to anyone but the truly desperate light-gun fanatic.
Star Trek: New Worlds
The derivative action in New Worlds does only one thing well: It reminds you how exciting a well-designed real-time strategy game can be by comparison.
Surf Rocket Racers
Surf Rocket Racers is what happens when a game developer takes a stock game formula and simply goes nowhere with it.
The Next Tetris: On-line Edition
The game itself isn't terrible, but unless you are absolutely aching to exercise the online capabilities of your Dreamcast, there is really no reason to pick up this game.
ESPN NBA 2Night
Although NBA 2Night shows potential as the first game in Konami's new basketball series, it doesn't excel in any specific category and thus finds itself a step behind EA's NBA ...
Atari Anniversary Edition
Featuring 12 games total, Atari Anniversary Edition contains more games than your average retro collection.
South Park: Chef's Luv Shack
The lame minigames, lack of varied speech, and generally slow pace of the game make it short-lived fun at best.
Wild Metal Country
If it weren't for the terrible control scheme, horribly accurate AI, and confusing terrain, this game would still be overly simple.
Fighting Force 2
Fighting Force 2 takes the same basic beat-'em-up ethic and melds it with a pinch of Lara Croftian camera work and a smidgen of Metal Gear-esque espionage.
IMPORT: Sorcerian is bad. Any fond memories of the original games will quickly be cast aside when you play the Dreamcast incarnation.
Heavy Metal: Geomatrix
Heavy Metal is simply an uninteresting licensed 3D arena shooter that feels extremely rushed and won't impress anyone.
Industrial Spy: Operation Espionage
Unless you're extremely into the spy game genre, you should avoid this game at all costs.
South Park Rally
Even though the Dreamcast may possess considerably more processing power under the hood than the Nintendo 64 or PlayStation, nothing seems to be able to hide the fact that South ...
It's not as if the Godzilla license has ever really turned out a good game, but that doesn't excuse Godzilla Generations from being as terrible as it is.
Planet of the Apes
It fails at each of the three elements that can make this type of game enjoyable: exploration, combat, and puzzle-solving.
MTV Sports: Skateboarding featuring Andy Macdonald
MTV Sports: Skateboarding is ultimately disappointing due to its average graphics, poor collision detection, and loose controls.
Puyo Puyo Da!
You can pick up Puyo Puyo Da! and be completely fed up with it within an hour.
Spirit of Speed 1937
One could go on for hours ripping this game apart, harping on its intolerable load times, useless physics engine, or haphazard AI, but it all boils down to one inescapable ...