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Resident Evil: Code Veronica

The fourth chapter in the dark Resident Evil epic, Code: Veronica delves further into the machinations of the sinister Umbrella Corporation, once again pitting players against zombies and other horrifying mutations created by Umbrella's biotechnological viruses. Players begin the game as Claire Redfield, Resident Evil 2's college-girl-turned-zombie-killer, and later control Chris Redfield, the beefcake cop from the original game. There's more strategy required here than in the previous games, as Claire's actions have a direct impact on Chris. For example, playing a trigger-happy Claire that uses every health-restoring item in sight will call for some fancy footwork on the part of brother Chris.

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In the tradition of NBA 2K and NFL 2K, two of the finest console sports games to date, Sega's NHL 2K aims to score big as the most realistic hockey simulation game ever seen. Those who've witnessed the capabilities of this game's predecessors know what to expect: hyperrealistic gameplay, TV-perfect camera angles, jaw-dropping graphics, expert game commentary, and other fine details that capture the spirit of the sport.

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World Series Baseball 2K1

Sega has had great success with its previous sports titles for the Dreamcast, so everyone was waiting for them to hit one out of the park with the release of World Series Baseball 2K1. In many ways they have, but the game suffers from enough bugs and has so few options that true baseball fans will be crying foul.

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Toy Story 2

Take on the role of Buzz Lightyear, astronaut extraordinaire, in Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue! on the Sega Dreamcast. Your pal Woody has been taken by the Evil Prospector, a toy-collecting villain, and you must rescue him. Of course, you'll also be able to enlist the aid of your favorite Toy Story 2 accomplices, such as Hamm, Slinky Dog, and Rex the dinosaur.

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Air Force Delta

Konami's Air Force Delta features simplistic controls with an emphasis on supersonic fighter plane action rather than the mechanics of flight. Those who worry about flap positions and realistic spin modeling won't find either here, but armchair top guns will enjoy the game's shoot-'em-up feel and ultrarealistic graphics.

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Resident Evil 2

Fans of Resident Evil rejoice! We now have a new edition to the Dreamcast line up. Resident Evil 2 for DC is cleaner and sharper than it was on Playstation, and the perks on the VMU are nice. Sure, it isn't likely that in a police station there will be elaborate statues which hold secret keys and golden plates which act as activators. Just roll your eyes occasionally, and make note of all it does have going for it. The tone is disturbing, almost too disturbing. Perfectly keyed music, dog howling, the traditional zombies, some with a bit of a kick to 'em. An evolving and involving storyline. Finally, a worthwhile sequel, and they just keep getting better and better. Players must keep in mind tho that it's no Code Veronica. The graphics weren't engineered for DC, but for Playstation, and even tho it's been reformatted, this game did originate in 1998. Sure, you may have played it on Playstation, but it's been a couple of years. Enjoy the enhancement of Dreamcast play and reimmerse yourself in the world of survival horror. And for those of you visiting Racoon City for the first time.... good luck! ((imagine evil, wicked laughter here))

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Vigilante 8 Second Offense

Looking for some good car combat? Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense introduces Dreamcast owners to their first vehicular combat game, and it's a worthy debut at that. Treacherous transportation options include futuristic cars and '70s relics, among other eclectic offerings. Each vehicle has a special weapon, and players can pick up these weapons, along with napalm, missiles, shields, and tire add-ons on each of the game's eight levels.

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Marvel Vs. Capcom 2

The amount of playable characters is enough to put any fighting fan's salivary glands in overdrive. Beginning with favorites such as Spider Man, Wolverine, Ryu, and Chun Li, players can eventually unlock 56 characters. We had our hands full just mastering a few of these fighters, and getting familiar with all 56 would take months of intense practice. There are almost too many moves, all depicted with superb animation and augmented by several tag-team combos. When the match begins, you can pick three characters. Once things heat up, you can call in your pals to unleash a massive move on your opponent. This adds immensely to the game's depth, and button mashers will be in for a shock when they find that their mistimed tag-team moves backfire.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship

Ultimate Fighting Championship features over 20 of the top UFC fighters with their specific moves and likenesses. You'll choose from 3,000 moves and 1,200 combos and string them into devastating attacks. Training mode allows you to learn the martial-arts discipline or combine moves of different schools.

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Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles

The battle that pits the noble Jedi Knights against the nasty Trade Federation continues in Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles in its triumphant form on the Dreamcast. For fans of very basic arcade beat-'em-ups, this is quite possibly the most improved translation of a bad PlayStation game ever made for the Dreamcast. Saber-swinging action on a console never has looked better.

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