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!
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Data lansării: 4 mart., 2011
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Cumpără Space Channel 5: Part 2

Pachete care includ acest joc

Cumpără Dreamcast Collection

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

 

Recomandat de Curatori

"A fun and colorful rhythm game that gets increasingly difficult every level. This isn't as easy as you think, you will make mistakes when you start."

Despre acest joc

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!

Cerinţe de sistem

    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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15 din 18 oameni (83%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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1.6 ore înregistrate
Postat: 5 decembrie, 2014
"Up, down, up, down, chu-chu, chu!"
"Up, down, up, *boink*, chu-chu, *boink*"

Yep, that's pretty much what things will sound like. This game will kick and stomp you in the balls, yet somehow have fun with it.

There's no indicator for when to press the buttons, so you have to have a good ear and photographic memory There's a 99.9999999% chance you'll ever beat the game without cheats.
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14 din 17 oameni (82%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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5.9 ore înregistrate
Postat: 27 decembrie, 2014
There is a section of the game where you destroy a giant robot by making Michael Jackson go "HOO!"

I don't need to say anything else...
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17 din 26 oameni (65%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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0.7 ore înregistrate
Postat: 16 februarie
When you see a game like this you immediately think of dance genre games such as Dance Dance Revolution and the likeness of the game. While this is a very faithful port of the original Dreamcast game, this particular game has lots to be desired as far as accuracy goes. I have more then the desired amount of memory that the game requires and a 2.4 ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and this game has issues with musical sync tied in with the right button presses. In the second news report, the sync seems to get really bad if you goof up pressing the right buttons even once. I promise, I've not had a few beers where this could impair my judgement playing this game but the sync really does mess this game up. If you play on the much lower resolution (640x480) these issues are almost non existient. It only happens at the higher resolutions. It could be solved by upgrading the computer not everyone has the money to do so. It's a thoughtful execution of a beloved Dreamcast game that falls short in many ways.
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9 din 13 oameni (69%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 13 ianuarie
This game looks like it can be amazing. It's not. The main problem is that the game just loses synch from time to time. You can push buttons and nothing happens. This creates a serious problem with a rhythm game. I hear that this came after an update. I didn't have the game before the update so I cannot comment on how good the game was then. I am only putting my own experience into perspective here. The only thing that matters is how the game is working NOW. Hopefully the game will be fixed and I can recommend it. In the state it is in now, I cannot.
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3 din 3 oameni (100%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
2 de oameni au găsit amuzantă această recenzie
3.8 ore înregistrate
Postat: 29 mai
So the plot of this game is that your (Ulala) rescuing the universe from a bunch of futuristic retro hippies in black spiky helmets from enslaving every human in the galaxy (and alien) to dance by brainwashing them and the only cure is dance battling to rescue the brainwashed hostages and if you have time save space michael jackson who i never even thought would've cameo'd with this and at one point you have a duel of the guitars with one of your (Ulala not you weirdo reading this) news channel rivals for view ratings and some time in the game you have a drum solo against the police who attempt to stop you from getting the story or something and then space kuru or whatever i don't know anymore

Part 1 was about stopping aliens terrorists with tourettes syndrome that use farts as a dance move (atleast until the alien voices were made in a higher quality) and this was like E for everyone or ET (Like this)
They also wanted to make everyone dance just like the next antagonist! every boss that you beat also get up and start grooving again after you've successfully ended their lives with your Absolutely Terrible Too perfect dancing and in the first space channel 5 they follow you but in part 2 they just stand there... Also did i mention you can play the entire game as space michael jackson (part 2) and then save space michael jackson as space michael jackson? and then groove with a bunch of children that were being over taken by michael eating plants and depressedly stumble into the next area because your space michael wasn't good enough for it
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5 din 7 oameni (71%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 18 decembrie, 2014
Space Channel 5: Part 2 is basically an intense version of that Simon memory game; you know, the one where a series of lights flashed and you had to press them in order. However, I say this game is more intense because not only do you have to memorize the order, but you have to press the keys to the right rhythm too.

While I have no idea what is happening while I play this game due to a lack of subtitles during cutscenes (at least as far as I know), it is still quite the challenging and fun experience.

I fully recommend this game, especially if you have rhythm (or at least try to). :)

Edit: After some research, I found that the voice over option is just somewhat flawed. After toggling it a few times, the English voices started working. Still, even in Japanese this game is loads of fun!
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4 din 6 oameni (67%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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4.4 ore înregistrate
Postat: 15 martie
Hot damn, it's West Side Story but in the far future and as Japanese as possible. In this utopian future, police and news reporters have fused into one mighty being like in Judge Dredd but instead of shootin people you dance.

It plays like Rhythm Heaven so you'd better have good timing and an ear for rhythm or the game will kick your ♥♥♥.
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2 din 3 oameni (67%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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11.5 ore înregistrate
Postat: 2 februarie
Lots of fun, reasonably difficult and a surprising amount of replay value and content. This game is so damn japanese and I love it. If you like stylish games with decent music this is for you.
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2 din 3 oameni (67%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 23 martie
This game is so GOOD! As a fan of rhythm games, I really felt the difficulty was spot on. In the later game, I did sometimes just flat out pause the game just so I could scream "WTF HOW DOES IT EXPECT ME TO DO THIS?!?!?!" but that's partially why I enjoy it.

The animations and the music are absolutely fabulous too. Also I give +100,000,000pts for Michael Jackson being in this game.
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2 din 3 oameni (67%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 13 mai
Input lag so awful, the game fails to respond to your button presses more often than not.

Apparently some machines don't have this issue, but they belong to big gay babies.
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3 din 5 oameni (60%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 21 decembrie, 2014
While at its core, Space Channel 5 is "Simon Says, but done with rhythm", that hardly does justice to the massive amount of love of this unique Dreamcast title. Super stylish, full of personality, and all over the top - and yet also crafted very lovingly; the soundtrack is amazing, and becomes even more amazing when you realise the level to which the game subtly reacts to your play, adjusting its difficulty and music in response to your play. Easy enough to pick up, super challenging to master, Space Channel 5 Part 2 is legitimately one of my all time favourite games.
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4 din 7 oameni (57%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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4.0 ore înregistrate
Postat: 28 ianuarie
Space Michael!!!!
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1 din 2 oameni (50%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 22 decembrie, 2014
This game unfortunately has a game breaking bug that makes it nearly unplayable. The music and such will suddenly pause mid-game, pretty much screwing you over...And untill this is fixed I would reccomend you NOT buy this game, and instead perhaps emulate it.
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Postat: 10 martie
Good port of the classic Space Channel 5: Part 2. Its a rhythum/dance game from 1999. Timing is crucial and at times its a little tough to hit the right buttons in time. Overall a decent good old game. 6/10
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Postat: 22 februarie
In a nutshell, a really great, tough, non-traditional rhythm game that will likely you having lauhging and smiling the whole way through.

Unlike "traditional" rhythm games, like DDR, the notes you have to hit aren't displayed on screen as they normally are. An "enemy" on screen says the command and performs the action, so if they're poiting up you have to correctly remember how long after their turn started to press up. They're there to assist you, but aren't all you need.

This adds to the original by varying up the gameplay a bit in a very natural and satisfying way. It's also chock full of secrets and extras. Highly recommend if you're a fan of rhythm games. (I have no idea how this game holds up as a port as I have not played this game on console.)
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Postat: 28 decembrie, 2014
As many other already noted: Audio & Video are not in sync. It's pure luck to hit the buttons at the right time. I only tried the 360 controller but after disabled Vsync, changing the resolution & AA it still doesn't respond how it should. Loved the game on the DC and played it a lot. Now I got fails in the first level. What an awful port of a great game. Some emulators do better work than this! Shame on you Sega!
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Postat: 26 martie
UP UP DOWN DOWN CHU CHU LEFT LEFT RIGHT UP CHU MY POOP YOU F*CK*NG MONGREL.
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80 din 90 oameni (89%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 26 noiembrie, 2014
all of the blood of the innocent people that i was determined to rescue is on my hands because of my lack of rhythm and groove, but ulala just keeps dancing regardless
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84 din 108 oameni (78%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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Postat: 25 noiembrie, 2013
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.
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38 din 44 oameni (86%) consideră această recenzie folositoare
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5.2 ore înregistrate
Postat: 25 noiembrie, 2014
Almost impossible to beat, but still absolutely awesome :D Space Channel series is one of my all-time favorite rhytmn games, it's just delightfully whacky and fun to listen to! Space Channel Part 1 needs a Steam release too though, it's slightly better for beginners.

For future reference for myself, Auto-Play with X360 controller: Hold RT+RB+LT+LB then press B, Y, X

Chu, chu.
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