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Ultimate Guide: Rez

Celebrate the New Year by revisting one of the greatest games of all time. If you haven’t played it yet, you really should.
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Giant Gram 2000

The best grappler you’ve never heard of, featuring the best grapplers you’ve never heard of (and Vader, and John Laurinaitis).
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Jet Set Radio

Darran gets sentimental about Sega’s innovative Dreamcast game.
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Headhunter

Arriving in the wake of the late Nineties stealth boom, Headhunter was one of the last hurrahs for the Dreamcast. Find out if it lived up to expectations…
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WWF Royal Rumble

If you were disappointed by last night’s Royal Rumble result, playing this game… probably won’t help.
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Shenmue

Was Yu Suzuki’s expensive epic worth the hype? Ryan McNeilly thinks so.
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Mr. Driller

Steven Jackson explains why Mr Driller is a fantastic Dreamcast puzzle game.
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Jet Set Radio

Many people knew of the Dreamcast but few bought it, the masses mainly held back due to Sony’s big black wonder being just around the corner. Yet those select few of us who chose to let bygones be bygones and put our past behind with Sega were in for quite the treat.
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Seaman

Seaman is possibly one of the best simulation games ever to hit the gaming market even though it is incredibly weird and very underrated…

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Gunbird 2

Gunbird 2 wasn’t the first Psikyo game that I owned, but it was definitely the one that made me a lifetime fan
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Phantasy Star Online

After reading Retro Gamer Collection Volume 3 and the article about the Dreamcast, I realised it was a system I really needed to invest in…

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Dux

Dux is a Dreamcast space shooter that was independently released in June 2009 by Hucast…

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Cosmic Smash

Cosmic Smash was a Japan only release and is essentially an evolution of Breakout…

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Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service

The Vampire Chronicle series, otherwise known as Dark Stalkers, basically takes the Street Fighter template and puts zombies, were-wolves and vampires in the place of Ryu and his fellow fighters…

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Bangai-o

 If you're a regular reader of Edge Magazine such as myself, you'll know Treasure are held in very high regard by members of that publication…

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Skies of Arcadia

Probably the best RPG on the Dream Machine, Skies of Arcadia is easily recognizable by its Air Pirates motif…

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Shenmue 2

Christmass past (2008) was a great christmass for me, not only did i get a N64 with games but my dear missus also got me shenmue 2 …

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Typing of the Dead

Whilst fast fingers have long been a prerequisite for video-gamers, keyboarding skills have enjoyed a relatively dim limelight, one shone mainly upon Spectrum enthusiasts…

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Crazy Taxi 2

Over the years Sega has left us with puzzling series like Super Monkey Ball and Crazy Taxi – thanks to hit-and-miss thinking or whatever it was being slipped into Sega employees’ coffee – but if given the chance would we ask for it any other way? Let’s think for a moment… no! The formula used to make Crazy Taxi worked a charm, and as you undoubtedly know, the second game in the series adds to it, branding it a classic that gets used every time the Dreamcast comes out of the cupboard…

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Sonic Adventure 2

It was Sonic's tenth birthday, and the lovely folk at SEGA decided to send him off on a second adventure to celebrate…

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Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi began life in 1999 as an arcade driving game on the Sega NAOMI platform, and was soon ported to the Sega Dreamcast…

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