your memorable dreamcast game(s)

edited December 1969 in Sega Dreamcast
what's your most memorable dc game(s) that you played?<br />i'm not talking about best top picks from some countdown list but rather what game(s) you enjoyed the most.<br /><br />mine was "sword of the berserk."<br />it had such long (at the time) cut scenes with cg animation and great voice acting.<br />it had smooth graphics and interesting story. even thought it may seem like mediocre game play to some, it was fun for me.<br />it would of been great for a u.s. sequel but alas...<br /><br />i've also had good times with time stalkers, it really left me wanting a bit more content and diversity in the game, but the story and concept was pretty fun. i enjoyed those silly jokes the detective cop in the city would share.

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  • I know alot of ppl might say Shenmue which I have and it is an ok game but still i like the sonic adventure series solely because of the chaos. Yes I wish they would add the chao garden again in the newer sonic games. Just in one game would be nice just a thought.
  • PSO<br />Chu Chu Rocket - didnt like the game, I played it for the chat room feature<br />Shenmue and Shenmue II <br />Resident Evil Code Veronica<br /><br />
  • Not really a memorable "game" per se:<br /><br />I remember that Hollywood Video had the Dreamcast system available as a rental before it was released to the public. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on one and a pre-release copy of Sonic Adventure. I didn't have a Genesis for quite some time, and playing Sonic for the first time in ages gave me goosebumps. I still think to this day that the SA1 soundtrack is pretty damn good, and it stayed true to the catchy rhythms from the Genesis days. <br /><br />As far as games are concerned, I really did like Soul Calibur. For some reason it was the first fighting game that I got into. I don't know what turned me off with Tekken and Mortal Kombat at the time.
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    <br />I still think to this day that the SA1 soundtrack is pretty damn good, and it stayed true to the catchy rhythms from the Genesis days. <br />
    <br />I still have the soundtrack from when I got it, I think from you, back in the IRC days of CKYF. "Mystic Ruin" is still my favorite video game song. It just has such a relaxing feel to it. "Welcome to Station Square" was another really good one.
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    on 1277694910:
    <br />I still think to this day that the SA1 soundtrack is pretty damn good, and it stayed true to the catchy rhythms from the Genesis days. <br />
    <br />I still have the soundtrack from when I got it, I think from you, back in the IRC days of CKYF. "Mystic Ruin" is still my favorite video game song. It just has such a relaxing feel to it. "Welcome to Station Square" was another really good one.<br />
    <br /><br />I recently found a FLAC version. The uploader included one song that was missing from the album (the casino zone where you have the Nights pinball stage).
  • Jet set radio - loved the music, the backgrounds, making your own graffiti, the time challenges, everything.<br /><br />PSO - loved the quests, the bosses, all the different mags, the weps, everything.<br /><br />MSR - loved the music.<br /> :^_^:
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  • Jet Grind Radio for sure.
  • Mine was Marvel Vs. Capcom 2, except I didn't care for its jazz sound track.
  • A lot were very memorable I think.. <br /><br />Phantasy Star Online was probably most since all of the online things that happened.. some were hilarious... some were different. I definitely remember the "GOGOGO" night and logging on to schthack with SubZero, having a team mate fall asleep while playing one night. <br /><br />Other than that Shenmue was great offline of course.<br />Border Down, JGR, Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, Worms World Party were pretty memorable.
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  • Phantasy Star Online unquestionably holds the most memories for me. Decent game with an excellent soundtrack on it's own standing, but it shined like a ten ton gold nugget in online play. Met, played, and chatted with tons of people over the four years that I played while the official servers were up. People like other SF forums members; noggins, disillusioned, chris5687, Joe_news, K_I_R_E_E_K, and no doubt a few others that have come and gone from this site over time.<br /><br />Unreal Tournament<br />First DC game I ever played online. Only got to play it online a few times before its server went offline, but it was a lot of fun. Offline I had a blast playing straight through. And got to play multi-player frequently with friends. This is the game that replaced Goldeneye 007 as our multi-player FPS of choice there at the end of our childhood. Sometime during 2002 people began to get jobs, move away, etc...<br /><br />Shenmue<br />Such a moving and engrossing story. Graphically beyond anything else of its time and the level of interaction you could make Ryo perform with his enviroment is still rather mind blowing. One of these days I've got to get around to finishing Shenmue II.<br /><br />Record of Lodoss War<br />Fantastic Diablo-esque type Action-RPG based on one of the best, albeit obscure, fantasy anime's of all time. Was simply phenomenal that this game ever got released outside of Japan. Lots of fun to tell your goblin minions to "drop dead".
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