20 Games Like Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 30: Galaxy Force II - Special Extended Edition(TBA)
Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition drives home the excitement of speedway racing more than ever before! Slick new full-screen graphics and two brand new extra circuits await as you select any one of eight turbo-charged cars to race in. Split-screen 2-player mode and a host of options including ghost car ensure that Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition will set the pace in the race to the finish line.
Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1998 as a follow-up to the extremely successful Daytona USA. The game featured vastly superior graphics, utilizing the Sega Model 3 hardware. The majority of Daytona USA 2 cabinets were released as deluxe models (with far fewer Twin Cabinets), which could be linked together for up to four players. A notable change from the original is the ability to select a car and corresponding driver, each with varying capabilities for varying levels of player experience. Just like before, the game has three courses – a Beginner course with 8 laps, an Advanced course with 4 laps, and a long Expert course with 2 laps. The 'time lap' mode also returns, and is accessed in the same manner – by holding down start at the transmission select screen. Like the original game, mirrored versions of the tracks can also be played by holding down the Start button when selecting the course. It is recommended, however, that the player has had mastery of the course beforehand. By request, an arcade operator could put the game on Grand Prix or Endurance mode to increase the number of laps in a game. Finishing a race in the top 3 in any course allows the player to view an "ending" and see the game credits.
Slipstream is a sprite-based Formula One racing game featuring four different race tracks; Germany, Japan, Australia and the obligatory Monaco.
players can chose to race in any one of eight different F-1 racing cars, with each offering different levels of handling, acceleration, speed and grip. The game also offers three different play modes; Time Trial (raced over a single course), World Championship (raced over all four courses) and Time Trial (also raced over all four courses).
Each car has a basic high and low gear. Also, as the player races the course, a 'Turbo' meter builds up. The Turbo will occasionally kick in and give the player's car a temporary speed boost. Rival cars are also able to turbo-boost.
CAUTION: FOUR MEGA POWER! Not double, not triple, but FOUR times the playing power of a regular cartidge. You get the hottest space combat, the baddest explosions, and the coolest sounds ever! Journey to four different planets, each with stunning but deadly landscapes. There's so many awesome enemies, you won't have time to stargaze!
A machine gun game in which the player boards a chopper flying over New York City to take out terrorists. It was released in arcades in 1995 and was published by SEGA.
On July 25 2005, a Terrorist attack was unleashed in New York's Times Square by a faction called BEAR EX (Android Invaders) who aim to overthrow the government. The Special Air Assault Force (The S.A.A.F.) were called in to take care of the job.
Dark Edge is a 1992 fighting game by Sega for the Sega System 32. It uses sprite scaling to simulate a 3D playfield, meaning it predates Virtua Fighter as a 3D fighter by about a year (though the 3D in Virtua Fighter isn't simulated, but rather true rendered 3D graphics). You can play as either warriors or monsters, but otherwise this is a typical fighting game with a dedicated jump button (as Up moves back). Although the title screen reads "1992", the arcade game was first sold in early 1993.
Many centuries ago, mankind and dragonkind fought each other, and chaos ruled. After many years, the conflict came to an end, as the Order of the Flame was created, bonding men and dragons together as the protectors of peace and virtue. Under the direction of the Order, the world of Drakan has prospered in peace, attaining new heights of learning of magic.
All this came to an end when Navros, the war mage, betrayed the Order of the Flame, and led the Dark Union against the Order in the Dark Wars. He released evils on the world such as the Wartocks, to serve as his army. The Order was demolished, and only by the sacrifice of the great dragon Arokh the Drak Union was stopped. Arokh and the rest of the surviving dragons went away to sleep, and the Order and the Union were thought to be finished at that time, centuries ago. They were wrong.
Waking up from a Wartock raid of her village, Rynn, a young warrior, discover the village in ruins and her brother kidnapped. As she sets out to find him, she becomes, perhaps by destiny, bound to the legendary dragon Arokh. The two then set out to find out what is happening...
Drakan features a unique engine that seamlessly blends outdoor scenes and indoor scenes. Playing the game, you will ride Arokh, using his fiery breath as a weapon, or walk around as Rynn, using swords and bows as your weapons. You will have "dog"-fights with dragons, or a hand to hand combat with giant spiders, scavengers and Wartocks.
Fighters Megamix (ファイターズ メガミックス?) is a 1996 fighting game developed by AM2 for the Sega Saturn and Game.com. It combines several characters from various Sega games, from the complete cast of Virtua Fighter 2 and Fighting Vipers to Janet from Virtua Cop 2 and the Hornet car from Daytona USA, while allowing to play the bosses of both games without codes.
Highly advertised, it followed Virtua Fighter 2 as a high-profile 3D fighting game for the Sega Saturn. Intended as an introduction to Virtua Fighter 3 (which was never released for the Saturn), Fighters Megamix utilized the concept originally used by The King of Fighters, whereby characters and styles from different games were mixed together. Not only the open ended rings from VF are present (but now, with no ring-out), but also the closed cages from Fighting Vipers. VF characters have new moves taken from VF3, but the most impressive feature was the dodge move, which allowed characters to sidestep, avoiding a dangerous blow and opening at the same time room for a counter. Sega capitalized on this, calling Fighters Megamix the first "real 3D" fighting game in the market.
Unlike most of AM2's games of the era, Fighters Megamix did not have an arcade release. In 1998 a Game.com port was released by Tiger Electronics.
Ever wanted to play Unreal tournament or Quake 3 Arena from a top down 2D perspective ? Daedalus - No Escape brings you exactly that, the same feel and control as in an arena FPS but from top down, in a dark sci-fi mood inspired by Alien Breed.
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MediEvil: Resurrection is a 2005 action-adventure game for the PlayStation Portable and is the third installment in the MediEvil video-game series. It is a reimagining of the first installment in the series, MediEvil, with many alterations to the original structure and content, such as the addition of the "Anubis Stone" sub-plot which never appeared in the original. Many things such as level design and characters were changed drastically, and some levels from the original were removed altogether. New levels and characters were introduced, the cutscenes are completely original, and the game was given a much more comical, cartoon-like style as opposed to the Gothic horror-comedy of the original. The soundtrack is completely orchestrated, and half of the themes from the original were removed while new themes were created to fit with the new levels. Unlike the original, there is no alternate ending; Dan still goes to the Hall of Heroes regardless of whether he collects all of the chalices. The game also features a variety of voice talent, including Tom Baker as the narrator and the Grim Reaper.
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Planet Harriers is a seated twin arcade cabinet in the Space Harrier franchise. Like its 1985 predecessor Space Harrier, Planet Harriers had the most technically advanced graphics of 2000, running on the Sega Hikaru arcade system board, which was very powerful (but very expensive) for its time.
In the game's story, the player is a wealthy heir who meets with another wealthy man one day, and he admires the player's skill in driving. He invites the player to compete with Club Glimmerati, an exclusive gathering of famous and rich people who race in the public streets for fun.
The sequel to the innovative Fighting Vipers has arrived and is set to ignite the world of beat 'em ups once again. Revenge has conquered your mind and aggression has poisoned your blood as you take control of a band of 'Vipers', each boasting distinct weapons in a fight to remove dictatorship from the city's Mayor. Fighting Vipers 2 is sure to put your pulse into overload!
Sega arcade game that uses a light-gun controller shaped like a fire hose. The debut title for the Sega Hikaru arcade system in 1999, it had the most technically advanced graphics of its time. It was the first game with Phong shading, the most common shading technique today, and it had the most advanced lighting and particle effects of its time.