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Summary: Although Sega systems are long gone, this is one of those games that will have you blow the dust off the unit and play with a wired controller again. Toy Commander is fun, and clean. You can let your kids play this and walk away without any worries of offensive content. One player up to 4 players you can still have the friends over for a classic battle. Yes the graphics are dated, but for all those who still think super mario brothers is still cool this game kicks butt.
Summary: I remember standing outside the mall on 9/9/99 at 1:00 AM waiting to get in for my reserved Dreamcast gaming platform. Nearly nine years ago. Unfortunately my Dreamcast and its games were stolen about 5 years ago and I still have vivid images in my mind of my all time favorite video game for the Dreamcast - TOY COMMANDER. By far one of the most well rounded video games ever made - especially for its time. Why well rounded? Let me tell you what I mean.
Summary: How can't you like flying around in a toy plane or driving a toy car? It is like being a kid again making up a epic struggle between good and evil with your toys the only difference is that in this game you get to be one of the toys! Some of the younger kids might get frustrated with the game as many of the missions require near perfect performances to beat.
Summary: This is one of the best games out there for the Dreamcast. It's easy to pick up and learn, great for kids and adults, looks good, and has great replayablity. The multiplayer is awesome, 1-4 players, split screen, and you can choose from wheeled or airborne crafts, firing weapons like: rubber bands, pens, markers, tacks, erasers, etc. Overall, great gameplay, fun story mode, and awesome multiplayer! I have it in my Youth Group room as we speak.