My Dreamcast Collection...

How do! Lord knows it's been an absolute age since I've posted anything of note on the DCJY and I'm not about to buck that trend now. You'd be right in thinking that as a contributor, I'm about as much use as a chocolate fucking teapot. I did want to do a stellar review of Half Life, which I'm currently right in to, only to remember that our esteemed leader Tomleecee did it ages ago.

However, the chances of me actually playing and reviewing some games that haven't appeared here on the 'Yard, just got a little bit bigger, as for the first time ever, I've actually collected all my Dreamcast games up and put them (very anally) into alphebetical order. You can see them in the shitty picture attached to this post, but even with the latest CIA spying equipment, you'd be fucked if you tried to read the titles on their spines.

So be prepared for me to bore the arse off you with a long and pointless listof all the games I currently own for The Dreamcast. Actually, I say pointless, but it'll be good for insurance purposes if I ever get burgled again and will give me something to crack one off over when I fancy a ham shank...

Are you ready? Well here goes... (Oh, I'll throw in a few cover shots, to break up the monotony and to prevent your retinas imploding, every once in a while ...

PAL Releases:

Alone In The Dark
Bust A Move
Blue Stinger
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command
Championship Surfer
Chicken Run,
Chu Chu Rocket
Confidential Mission
Crazy Taxi 1 & 2

Daytona USA
Dead Or Alive
Deadly Skies
Deep Fighter
Disney's Dinosaur
Dragon's Blood
Ducati World
Dynamite Cop
18 Wheeler
Evil Dead: Hail To The King
F1 World Grand Prix
F335 Challenge; Passione Rossa
Fighting Force 2
Floigan Bros
Fur Fighters
GK: Giant Killers
Grand Theft Auto
Half Life
Head Hunter
Hidden & Dangerous
House Of The Dead 2
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000
Jet Set Radio
Jo Jo's Bizarre Adventure
Kiss Psycho Circus
Kao The Kangaroo
Looney Toons Space Race
Marvel Vs. Capcom 2
Metropolis Street Racer
Mortal Kombat Gold
NBA Hoopz
NBA Showtime
Pen Pen Tricelon
Phantasy Star Online
Planet Ring
Plasma Sword
Powerstone 1 & 2
Prince Of Persia: Arabian Nights
Quake III Arena
Rayman 2
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

Resident Evil: Code Veronica
Sega Bass Fishing
Sega GT
Sega World Wide Soccer 2ooo (Euro Edition)
Sega Rally 2
Silent Scope
Skies Of Arcadia
Silver Zero
Snow Cross Championship Racing
Soul Calibur
Soul Fighter
South Park: Chef's Luv Shack
South Park Rally
Space Channel 5
Speed Devils
Star Wars Episode One: Jedi Power Battles
Star Wars Demolition
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (I had it after all Caleb!!!)
Stunt GP
Super Runabout
Sword Of The Beserk: Gut's Rage
Tee Off Golf
Tech Romancer
The Grinch
Tokyo Highway Challenge
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
Tony Hawks Pro Skater 2
Toy Commander
Toy Racer
Trick Style
UEFA Dream Soccer
UEFA Striker
Ultimate Fighting Championship
Unreal Tornament
Urban Chaos
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense
Virtua Athlete 2K
Virtua Fighter 3Tb
Virtua Striker 2
Virtua Tennis 1 & 2
Vanishing Point
V Rally 2
Wacky Races
Walt Disney World Magical Racing Quest
WWF Attitude
WWF Royal Rumble
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Wild Metal

Death Crimson OX
Ill Bleed
Last Hope
Samba De Amigo
Sega Marine Fishing
Sega Smash Pack
Typing Of The Dead
Zombie Revenge
Plus a variety of homebrew, emulators and CDRs (including Propeller Arena Ikaruga, REZ and Rival Schools...)

So there you have it! Are you sleeping yet? Before you tell me, I know, there's a ton of shite games in there, but my Dreamcast collecting was something of an obsession in the glory days of Gamestation...

Now many of these games have never been played so if there's something you'd like me to play or review let me know.... On the other hand I've dipped into quite a few, so if you've ever wondered about any of them, I might be able to tell you if there of any merit!
Hopefully I'll get to play a few hidden gems - point me in the direction of anything thats there that you've loved! Cheers!


Badbrains said...

Impressive collection. What's the DC version of Shadowman like? It was pretty creepy on N64, the DC version is probably alot better though.

fatherkrishna said...

Hmm, not that different as I recall. Having said that it's not a game I've played to it's conclusion...

NebachadnezzaR said...

I don't see the problem in reviewing games that other people already talked about . It's always good to hear (or read) a second opinion, I think.

Moving on to your collection, that's damn impressive! I see you have most relevant games for the system and a couple of hidden gems, too. Have you tried Sword of the Berserk? Hack n slash at its finest, that one is.

Ultimate Fighting Championship is pretty good too, once you get the hang of it. I had my copy laying dormant for ages until a friend (fredy from the SJY) thought me how to properly play it. Very addictive when played with a friend.

By the way, I just got myself Jet Set Radio Future for the 360! Finally I'm able to play the only sequel to what probably is my favourite Dreamcast game. And so far it looks great! Not as good as the original, but still I'm thankful to have it anyway, considering how many great Sega games were left without sequels...

Caleb said...

BadBrians: to throw in my two Cents. Shadowman was very restricted on the N64. The Dreamcast version is by far better, smoother. For example the N64 version would have only one variation of an enemy and the Dreamcast would have 3! I know this because I have played both and I have the offical strat. guide for the game that outlines some of the differences.

FK: Very impressive collection!

I MUST take pics of my full collection sometime.


fatherkrishna said...

Why thank you for your kind words Caleb and Nebacha!

and thanks for clearing up the 64/DC Shadowman conundrum Caleb...

Animated AF said...

Now that is a meaty pile of PAL games. Very nice.

Unknown said...

Sword of the Berserk was awesome!!
Bloody awesome I should say... It's been so long I almost forgot about that one.

fatherkrishna said...

Why thank you Gagaman(n)! High praise indeed!

Now I've only ever tinkered about with Sword Of The Beserk... It's coming after Half Life on my 'to play list...'

Caleb said...

I am proud to say I have beaten Sword of the Berserk.

Great game!

Badbrains said...

Thanks Caleb, might have search out the DC version sounds like the improvements would be worth it :)