Summary: Space Channel 5 Special Edition is a port of the music games for Dreamcast: Space Channel 5 & Space Channel 5 Part 2. It's basically a game of 'simon says', where you rescue civilians and defeat your enemies by repeating their movements using the d-pad & button presses in time with the funky music.
Summary: This game is must-buy. just push a,b and directional buttons, you will be amused by great music and dance. probably this game is short. especially you are professional-gamer. but Space Channel 5 Special Edition is not one-game, is two-games! Space channel 5 part1 or part 2 is short, respectively.
Summary: Years ago we had a PS1 demo CD and Space Channel 5 was one of the short games displayed. It was such a fun demo to play that we really wanted to get our hands on the full version, but couldn't find it anywhere. When we first started using Amazon we managed to find it! It was a dream come true..
Excerpt: --- Overview --- First released on the Dreamcast (RIP) by Sega back in 2000, it was at its time the first dance game on the next generation consoles. Two years later and it was released on the PS2, but how well has it done?
Summary: I just had to write this to contradict a previous longwinded review. (Most likely written by the manufactured themselves. They DO write reviews for their own games!) This game absolutely stinks!!!! There is nothing origional about it. It's the same monotony over and over again.
Summary: Hopes ran high, and the wait was long, but ultmately... it was worth it. The original Space Channel 5 for Dreamcast is to me a great symbol of everything that was right about that game system.