Summary: I really can't get enough of this 2-disc set. The colors are vibrant, the story is pretty easy to follow, and once you figure out the "play by itself" secret code, it becomes a funky cinematic. One of Sega's all time best!
Summary: Space Channel 5... This is showing what kind of great, unique games were on the Dreamcast. This is a game back from when SEGA focused on making good games instead of trying to win over the Western gamers with crap like Iron Man and other movie games. I bought this game when browsing for a good, cheap PS2 game. Well, I came across this little gem and bought it ASAP because I actually found it NEW! Anyways, it was a great purchase and I just love these kinds of games.
Summary: I first played this game when it was released for the Dreamcast, back in the day. I would play it all the time at my friends house, getting through the original game was a snap. Found this version, which includes the original game + a new one added on for the PS2, and loved it! The new music is awesome, the characters are fantastic! And all the new features make the game worthwhile for the money. It has countless replay value to unlock tons of hidden costumes, items etc.
Summary: This game is so much fun. If you feel down this game will make you feel uplifted. The dancing, music, and stages are great!!! The better you play this game, the more exciting it becomes; people will sing, lights, more action......each time you play it might be a little different, if you mess up. If you do really bad, you won't get the best visuals/sounds. There is a code you can input so you can watch the game and get %100 rating.
Summary: Now, if you're going to play the AWESOMENESS of Space Channel 5, first take EVERYTHING you've thought of for all other games and throw them out! You play the sheik space news reporter, Ulala, who hosts her (dying) "Ulala's Swingin' Report Show!" While viewer ratings are going down, a new incidient might just keep the show on air! Aliens are dancing, and forcing people to dance with them! You must face them in a dance-off to rescue the captured humans!
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. Like many other games for the Dreamcast, SC5 was stylish, creative, original, off-beat, and had loads of replay value. In my mind, it will always be a true classic. Naturally, I was quite disappointed when it appeared that the sequel would never come out in America.
Summary: I've been hooked on Space Channel 5 since getting the original Dreamcast version on a whim. Back then, the lag in Ulala's movements annoyed me, but not nearly enough to keep me from playing the game. The music was awesome, the characters fun to watch, and despite the lagged dancing, the game was fun to play. I hadn't realized Part 2 had gotten released here in the States, and coming with Part 1 for $15 (preowned--what was that person thinking?), I couldn't resist.
Summary: It's hard to believe this thing shot down below $20 after about 3 months on the shelves. Maybe it's because rhythm games are too specific for the masses, but it might also be because the packaging hides the fact that this is TWO games: Space Channel 5 parts 1 and 2. Space Channel 5 part 1 is pretty much an exact port from the Dreamcast version a few years back.