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Star Wars: Demolition (Dreamcast)

Star Wars: Demolition (Dreamcast)
alaScore 78

58 reviews

Jan, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 58 reviews of Star Wars: Demolition (Dreamcast). The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Game Consoles for all reviews. People really like the design. The usability also gets good views, whereas there are some mixed reviews about the price.

usability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Game Consoles the Star Wars: Demolition (Dreamcast) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Jon Thompson (allgame.com)

Star Wars: Demolition

 

The galactic gangster Jabba the Hutt has brought together Imperials, bounty hunters and other creatures for an intergalactic destruction derby in Star Wars: Demolition, a vehicle combat game set in the Episode 1. Play such notables as the pilot of an Alli

Consumer review by: rpgguy16 (epinions.com)

Clash of Lies

 

When I first got this, I was like, "Not another Street Fighter VS game." But come to find out, this game is pretty cool. The only draw backs are that there are a few lies in this game and that there is a lack of characters you can choose from.

This is a pretty good thing, but

there are a couple of lies in here

Sep, 2001

Consumer review by: blk_ichiban (epinions.com)

Get the sequel!

 

When I first popped this game into the machine , I expected to be blown away by the graphics and the massive fights. What I got was tired looking graphics, bad controls, and not so fun video game. It didn't look like anything capcom had promised it...

Cool characters. Nice fighting system and easy to learn

Tired graphics, no depth, and bad control

Jul, 2001

Consumer review by: kristina_kim (epinions.com)

A good game, but lacks the innovation of the new Capcom fighters

 

Marvel Vs. Capcom is somewhat of a conundrum for me. When i first played it in the arcades, i was amazed at the graphics and sounds. They truly are a treat to behold, and they are translated perfectly from the arcade. I was also suprised by the...

Great graphics and sounds, characters

no depth, little replay value and challenge

Mar, 2001

Consumer review by: Human_Error (epinions.com)

Actually better than its successor.

 

If you need something to tide you over while you wait for Capcom to realize that X-Men vs. Street Fighter was the best Vs. game in the history of time, and promptly port it to Dreamcast, this will do nicely.

Nice graphics, frenetic gameplay...just fun

Character roster really needs work. Striker system is next to useless

Dec, 2000

Consumer review by: rX112 (epinions.com)

Nuts..not another one??

 

I picked up Marvel VS Capcom after playing with X-men VS Street Fighter. However, i found out that this game was inferior to Capcom's other releases...Let me explain:

Cool graphics, moves characters

lack of secret options, fighters, and depth

Dec, 2000

Consumer review by: steffanyo (epinions.com)

"Go Capcom" "Go Marvel"

 

I really like this game because you can play against the computer or another player. It is very fun to play once you get the hang of it . It doesn't really take a long time to learn how to kick butt.

It is very fun

Some stages are very hard

Oct, 2000

Consumer review by: speedracr7 (epinions.com)

So who is the strongest superhero?

 

When you think of Sega Dreamcast, you think of OK games that are just improvements of old ones. Marvel Vs. Capcom though is a pioneer for games to come. With the combination of good graphics, sound effects, easy controls, and multiple characters, this...

good graphics, good sound effects, easy controls, and multiple characters

gets addictive and is too much fun

Sep, 2000

Consumer review by: tskgamer (epinions.com)

The tighest 2D game I've seen!!!!!!

 

I haven't purchased this game but I have rented it and I think that it is the tightest 2D game on the system right. So far I haven't played part so that is why I think that this game is really tight.

Great characters and fighting

The 2D part but its cool

Aug, 2000

Consumer review by: TheBooger (epinions.com)

STOP AND CLICK HERE. YOU WON'T REGRET IT.

 

This is a very fun game. You can be many characters, including Captain America, Spider man, Venom, Wolverine, Gambit, and much more. Each character has their own unique moves, including lasers, guns, and much more. Although the sequal is a lot better,...

Many characters and moves

Hard to do moves

Aug, 2000