Excerpt: Power Stone Collection for the PSP is a compilation that includes enhanced versions of Power Stone and Power Stone 2, which were originally released for the SEGA Dreamcast in 1999 and 2000 respectively.
Excerpt: What fun! I must digress before sharing my impressions of Power Stone Collection to tell you that I bought a Dreamcast literally the day before it was announced that the system was being discontinued. Was I upset, or what? Upset enough to throw giant fireballs?
Excerpt: Sega’s Dreamcast was a fertile incubator of new games that are still in many ways ahead of their time. Enter Capcom’s Powerstone, which was originally scheduled to be a trilogy in the arcade using the Dreamcast-based Naomi hardware.
Excerpt: One doesn’t have to search too hard to find some message board fanboy still lamenting the death of the Dreamcast six years after the fact. And as the buzz builds for the Nintendo Wii and the inevitable sequel to Super Smash Bros.
Excerpt: For anyone that owned a Dreamcast, there are several titles that stand
out in our minds. Soul Calibur Shenmue Virtua Fighter 3tb Power Stone Power Stone
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Conclusion: THE VERDICT: If you want Power Stone, then you've got Power Stone. Excellent ports on a handheld package. but at the end of the day. they're the same game as the 1999 and 2000 Dreamcast originals.