Reviews and Problems with Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram
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Probably the most awesome Dreamcast game, and it has a lot of those...
18 June 2011
Summary: I bought this game because I heard it was awesome and I like mecha-based games. I like the VRs' design, the game's very fast pace and smooth frame rate, and also how customizable it is. It's a lot of fun! What I don't like about it is actually what I don't like about the Sega Dreamcast: the controller. Playing this game with a standard Dreamcast controller is practically a nightmare, at least until you get used to it (if you ever manage to).
Summary: This game looks great and feels great and is a good looking cartoon dreamcast game i have not seen in a while and is good but the only problem with it is the controls which are not so good but still a great purchase
Summary: If you like mecha, and you like good one-on-one fights akin to what one regularly refers to as a fighting game (Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, etc), but are interested something a little different too, then you won't be disappointed with Virtual-On at all. With excellent mech designs and impressively deep combat mechanics, Virtual-On can keep you fighting forever.
Awesome game, but DEFINITELY try to find Twinsticks!!!
8 April 2008
Summary: For those who never waisted several dollars worth of quarters playing the original VOCT (Virtual On CyberTroopers) to enjoy the looooooong (sometimes 5min plus) and intense fighting action, here's a little quote from IGN.com to sum up what this game is about: "In case you're unfamiliar with Sega's vision of arcade-style mech-based warfare, here are the details.
Summary: virtual on is probably one of the best games for the dreamcast. it is a game were you are a robot in 3d levels fighting your way to the top. it is a street fighter senerio, 1 guy to defet per level. compadeble with this game is the twin stick.
Excerpt: I was lucky enough to discover this little game in the arcades a couple of years back. I thought it would suck, but upon playing it for a few minutes I realized that it offered some high intensity action and a completely different way to approach one on one fighting. You got to see everything from a third person view; yes, you can call it tomb raider style.