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. Don't waste the money. Use it to buy an old Simon game at a garage sale instead. (...) dont waste your money buying this piece of boring garbage. Lame from the very beginning-- even to a toddler.
Excerpt: "...going. Alien's have hypnotized a space port into a trance-like state in which humans can't stop dancing. Ulala is reporter femme-fatale, with a microphone gun. Her job is to out-dance the aliens, meanwhile shooting them in the face or saving the captive humans. Rather simplistic, but it works well enough for a game such as this. Graphics 9/10 They must have been drunk or else when building this game. Those colorful mini-skirts that Lieutenant ...
Summary: Space channel 5 part 1 is an okay game. But where this special edition shines is the space channel 5 part 2. Part 2 is a way better game where you can actually understand what the heck the bad guys are wanting you to do. But in all if you have a good sense of rhythym and you like music you need to own this game.
Summary: Sega rock. Every game they do is cool. Especially when they come up with top ideas like Space Channel 5. The graphics are great. It's real hi-res action all the way. You can see that UGA, who coded the game, took alot of time to make things perfect. The visuals are even better than the Dreamcast version! The sound is wicked, as you'd expect from a music-based game. The tunes are catchy as hell though. Overall: 4 Stars... If only there was a two player mode! P.S.
Excerpt: Ce jeu peut paraître minable au premier abord, mais après quelques minutes de jeu, c'est génial ! La planète à été envahie par des extraterrestres fan de danse ! Ils obligent tous les habitants de la Terre à danser !