DC-UK Dreamcast Magazine Reviews
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Newest Review: ... So what was the best part of the magazine? Well, it was all good, mostly. The price! Most gaming magazines, aside from being ... more
Customer DC-UK Dreamcast Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/04/01, updated on 22/04/01 (Very useful, 222 readings)
It was a sad few months for dedicated and loyal Dreamcast owners, who were firstly dealt the ultimate blow as Sega announced they were to stop production of the Dreamcast, which although had reached the sales targets (exceeded them slightly in fact), had cost Sega an incredible amount of money - they were making huge losses per console sold, as with all the games console producers, and they decided a change was the only way to go about keeping their name alive and bringing the Sega quality titles to peoples homes, and PS2 owners are currently looking forward to the brilliant (year old) Crazy Taxi, which is out on the 27th of April, over 14 months after the initial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/00, updated on 10/02/01 (Useful, 78 readings)
This magazine is probably the worst dreamcast magazine I have ever read in my entire life. It does not give detailed reviews like most other magazines do and does not have a very strict rating system. It is like there is one man who plays a game for two minutes and then quickly writes down what he thinks of it! Different people like different things and they just rate what they think and do not think about other people’s opinions. Also this magazine is not cheep, which is disappointing because frankly it is not worth it. You do not get any free gifts or a demo disk, which I know for a fact at least nine out of ten magazines give away at LEAST one of these. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/00, updated on 25/11/00 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Brilliant magazine. Most importantly, it's unbiased and gives all games a fair chance. The reviews are spot on, it doesn't take itself too seriously, and it's hilarious. Clearly aimed at a more mature audience than most console magazines, it's witty and sleek, with it's tongue firmly in it's cheek. Great presentation tops off the package nicely, and it's reasonably priced. Unlike pretty much all other game magazines, it never reviews unfinished code, and therefore gives a well-informed opinion. Also, although the free gifts are fairly rare, they generally exceed usual expectations- past gifts have included a CD that allowed import games to ... Read the complete review
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