This is a pretty good isometric shooter, I always known it as Expendable as had it on the PC when it first came out. Then it landed on PS1 & Dreamcast (probably around the turn of the Millenium) and they renamed it to Millenium Soldier. If this was re released now it would literally be a twin st...[continue]
This is a decent 3rd person hack n slash fantasy game (known as Draconus in other parts of the world), it has 15 levels and really tough, makes me think of it as an early Dark Souls! It was factory sealed up until a few days ago but like I always say, I buy something to play and enjoy....[leave a comment]
Just like the N64 the Dreamcast pad didn't have rumble feature and you had to buy an extra addon, thankfully with the DC controllers having 2 slots you didn't have to swap between the 2. This is New Old Stock but I have opened it up as bought to use but it was only around £9 delivered and t...[continue]
New Old Stock Dreamcast VMU's, these are NTSC but they work on all regions. I like the colour variations on these, also love that when playing stuff like Resident Evil it shows you the pulsating health bar so you don't have to check it in the options screen.
This also now means I can star...[continue]
Another of my favourite games on the Dreamcast, I think this version plays better than the PS2 version and looks just as nice.
Well worth grabbing if you like 3rd person cover based shooters....[leave a comment]
This is one of my all time favourite games, the setting and the visuals are superb, it plays a bit better than the N64 version. Well worth playing but I would recommend getting the guide for it as the game is absolutely huge...[leave a comment]
Great tactical first person shooter, control your team through the various missions and objectives. You have to plan properly and execute the plan to get through the levels as one shot can kill you if you just run and gun. Only let down on the Dreamcast version is that controls are a dog to get used...[continue]