Excerpt: Evolution Worlds is a compilation of the two Dreamcast Evolution games, but with some graphical tweaks for the port. The story revolves around Mag Launcher, a young explorer from a family known for their history as ruin explorers. Some years ago, Mag's father disappeared, but managed to send a note with the young girl Linear back to Mag, informing him to watch after her.
Pros: Anime quality voice acting, Good RPG for people new to genre
Cons: Graphics are okay, Monotonous gameplay, Fairly easy
Excerpt: Evolution Worlds quickly introduces its main characters: Mag Launcher, the young adventurer following closely in his father’s footsteps. Linear Cannon, the lovely, shy blond companion of Mag. Chain Gun, Mag's Jealous rival, and finally, Gre Nade, Mag's Butler, best friend, and protector. As the story unfolds, you find that Mag and his family have worked themselves into some serious debt during their quest for the mysterious Cyberframe, Evolutia.
Excerpt: It has really become a popular trend to rehash old games to new systems, whether they are worthy to be ported or not. Evolution Worlds is an excellent example of this. Though it may have been a good game for its time (that could be argued too), Evolution Worlds should have been put down along with the Dreamcast. Evolution Worlds does have a certain charm for younger gamers.
Excerpt: The GameCube isn't exactly bristling with options for would-be role-playing gamers. Only a mere handful of these games have been released for Nintendo's console, and of them, nearly half are ports of older games from other platforms. Evolution Worlds is one such example: It's a gussied-up hybrid of Evolution and Evolution 2, a pair of role-playing games that first appeared on the Dreamcast respectively in late 1998 and 2000.
Excerpt: Tiens, un nouveau RPG sur GameCube ! Bon d'accord, on ne peut pas dire que ce soit une perle rare ni un soft super attendu, mais peut-être que certains anciens joueurs Dreamcast se souviennent d'un certain Evolution et de sa suite Evolution 2 : Distant Promise. Ces deux titres trouvent enfin leur aboutissement sur GameCube dans Evolution Worlds, le troisième volet de la série.