Hey there, SpaceCats – meet Ulala, the grooviest reporter in the galaxy! She’s got attitude, and she’s got moves. Help her get the scoop on an unidentified Dance Troupe that has captured thousands of people and is forcing them to dance!
Data de lançamento: 4 Mar 2011
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$7.99

Pacotes que incluem este jogo

Comprar Dreamcast Collection

Inclui 4 itens: Crazy Taxi, SEGA Bass Fishing, Sonic Adventure DX, Space Channel 5: Part 2

Acerca do Jogo

Hey there, SpaceCats – meet Ulala, the grooviest reporter in the galaxy! She’s got attitude, and she’s got moves. Help her get the scoop on an unidentified Dance Troupe that has captured thousands of people and is forcing them to dance! Will you be able to free the hostages, and uncover who’s behind the kidnappings all while bustin’ some groovy moves to sweet beats?

Features

Battle It Out With Funky Rhythms
  • Show Ulala’s enemies who’s boss by swankily executing stylish dance moves that destroy robots, free hostages, and just look plain groovy.
  • Test out your rhythm today!

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, NVIDIA GeForce 7300 series, ATI Radeon™ X1600 Video Card with 256MB RAM
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1.8GB Hard Drive space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible Sound Card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® 7
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2GB RAM or more
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c/Shader3.0 compatible, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 series or higher, ATI Radeon™ X1900 Video Card with 512MB RAM
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4GB Hard Drive space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible Sound Card
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This game is freakin' hillarious. It's just sOOOooOO Cheezy.

A bit hard at first, because you don't get any visual aids like most of those rythm games, you really need to get the timing right off the rythm of the beat.
Publicada: 4 junho 2014
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Best game forever and ever.
Publicada: 19 julho 2014
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You see all these people playing their rhythm games and what not, but what you don't see is Love for one of the best.

Don your reporter outfit and get on the scene. It's time you Up, Down, Left, Right, Chu Chu and HEY! The world needs you again; don't let your viewers down....or your rating if you know what's good for your job!

LET'S DANCE!
Publicada: 26 Mai 2014
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ok let me tell you about this game because gosh darn donuts do i love this game. this game is my childhood i would play this for hours after school. after a while however, i broke the game and hadn't really done anything about it ever since. i bought the game on steam and boy, am i glad i did. i had just a nostalgic feeling playing this and it got a lot more addicting than how it was when i was nine.

anyway, the game is amazingly fun. if you love awesome music, cool characters, groovy outfits and interesting plot. then please, play this rhythmic game. simple commands such as 'hey' and 'chu' make it simple yet hard, when it comes to quicker, more sohpisticated beats. not only is the music awesome but it's really super catchy!! i even downloaded some of the ost because, damn, i would listen to this all day.

not to mention michael fricking jackson as space michael. if you don't think that's cool then i'll just forget your entire existence. also the villains - the rhythm rogues - are really cool and cute. i also love all of ulala's outfits and you unlock costumes through playing story mode and other modes. god damn i just love this game and it sucks because i doubt they'll ever make a part 3, it's also very underrated which sucks even more.

this game is also fricking hilarious??? like, some of the different sounds in the commands or different character animations might put you off while you are trying to mirror so yeah, be careful of that and try keep your laughter in if you can, otherwise your rating goes poop. the graphics are pretty damn nice too tbh. especially in full screen.

you can also play it in japanese!? well hot diggity jam. because boy, let me tell you, do i love akira ishida. this motherhubber voices main antagonist purge or known as 'pagi' in the japanese version, and wowie, gotta love him. but besides him, the japanese is also very fun to play in! so i'd reccommend giving that ago if you feel like it.

but there is a lot of bad with this game, and i'm not talking about gameplay or plot... i'm talking about the actually game itself. this is very difficult to play with the keyboard and it took me forever to figure out how to get the controller working and to also get the configurations to save. i had to create some keys and stuff in the registry editor before i could even save the configs let alone get my ps3 controller to work. also there aren't r1 and l2 keys??? what the heck??? how am i supposed to use the cheat code lmao.

also sometimes the syncing of the music and commands don't match which messes up the whole thing??? like i could be doing so well and then all of a sudden the voices are out of time and then you go to repeat the moves as best as you can but it doesn't work because of the crappy sync??? that's why you gotta crank that vsync because if you don't, then you are going to struggle. also triple buffering but i couldn't get that to work but you don't really need it since the sync doesn't crap out as much after changing vsync.

but yeah, this game is amazing. please play it and maybe try fix those problems so you play the game the right way and have lots of fun!!!
Publicada: 30 junho 2014
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BEST GAME
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Let me start by saying that I do like this game a lot, but there's some issues that make it hard to recommend.

To those who are unaware, Dreamcast Collection is an oddball series of four great games that all have some element of lazy porting to them. Crazy Taxi is the later version that is missing the original licensed soundtrack and product placement that gave the game its unique and "CRAZY" feel. Sonic Adventure is actually a gimped version of the earlier 2004 PC port Sonic Adventure DX that doesn't even run in widescreen or HD as far as I know, but it's still playable at least. SEGA Bass Fishing I'm not sure about. Apparently they all have issues with their controls too.

However, unlike the other three games, this actually IS a good port, the best of Dreamcast Collection in fact. There's nothing particularly wrong with this port at all as far as I can see. It looks good, runs well and doesn't seem to be missing anything. It's still the same fun, fast and challenging rhythm game it always was back in the day. While it IS the second game in the two-part series, the story is light and the characters are all re-introduced so playing the first SC5 (which hasn't recieved a HD port) isn't required to enjoy this game.

And without a doubt the game itself is a blast! It's a fast-paced rhythm game with cool characters, a fun story and awesome music. The graphics don't exactly hold up well, but they are colourful and aesthetically pleasing, and even though there's only a handful of stages, the gameplay is solid and challenging. I'd definitely recommend it to any SEGA fans out there, even if you generally suck at rhythm games like I do. If you find the collection for cheap, THIS game is worth it alone.

If you can get the game working, that is. Unfortunately, there are some technical issues.

Most importantly, the Steam version of Dreamcast Collection does not configure itself correctly and WILL NOT RUN without registry editing. This is common among all four games in the collection and supposedly is an issue specific to the Steam versions, and they will most likely not run unless you fix the registry entries for each game. After this initial hiccup, you might need to ♥♥♥♥ around with the game settings to get the graphics to even appear. However once the game is properly installed, you won't run into problems like that again.

While a relatively minor issue, the game will also not run in anything higher than 720p, at least not to my knowledge, but honestly, considering the original was designed to run in 480i and 480p, you're not missing much from not being able to run in 1080p. The game still looks pretty fine at 720. The later-released classic SEGA ports like NiGHTS Into Dreams, Jet Set Radio and Sonic Adventure 2 are much more functional ports which run in any resolution and include Steamworks features like cloud saves and achievements, but Dreamcast Collection on PC is incredibly bare bones in comparsion.

Another huge problem is that if your computer is slow the game will be out of sync with the music. Even though you'd be hard pressed to find a computer that can't run a Dreamcast game in this day and age, it's worth nothing that If you have a slow computer, then this game will run slow. Like all of the Dreamcast games on Steam (even the ones after DC Collection), it lacks any frame-skipping at all due to it being originally designed to run on a specific set of hardware, but in a rhythm game this is an incredibly serious problem since the action will desync with the music if the game slows down even slightly. If you have a decent computer, then you won't run into this issue, but I wouldn't bother trying to run this on your $500 netbook or anything.

Technical issues aside, let's talk about the price. $10 is pretty fine for what you're getting here, but it should be noted that for my fellow Australian gamers, in the Australian store this game is one of those that costs twice as much as it should. (always be sure to check www.steamprices.com) At $20USD it's way too overpriced for the amount of content in the game, so get this through GMG instead. At the normal American store price of $10USD it's a little more reasonable.

Actually, consider getting a version that doesn't require Steam, as this game has no Steamworks features whatsoever anyway and you can avoid that registry issue altogether. Better yet, the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions, the Xbox 360 collection disc, or the original games themselves will give you a much smoother experience if that option is available to you. Both Space Channel 5 games are also available on PS2.

But if you can get the game working and can get it on the cheap, then this is a fun and challenging little rhythm game with charming characters and incredible music, so it's probably worth the effort anyway! Overall, it's not bad at $10, but hard to recommend at $20 in Australia, especially considering its short length, the technical issues and lazy porting. I'd be hesitant to give SEGA money for this, but if you want it, then by all means, get it! Just be wary of the technical issues.
Publicada: 25 novembro 2013
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