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    The Future is Yesterday Hedgehog-in-TrainingESWAT Veteran Leynos's Avatar
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    Opa-Opa Fave shoot em ups on Dreamcast?

    I'm not asking because I plan to buy any. Too expensive. Just curious what are peoples faves. Not that I have played every DC shooter but have played a few.

    Ikaruga is an easy choice but I also really love Zero Gunner 2 and PsyVariar 2. Giga Wing 2 is cool but not played Mars Matrix yet. Gunbird 2 is fun and all but not seeing the hype it gets tho yes I beat it a few times to kill time.

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    All the 3D shoot-em-ups are good. Some of them are 8/10s, some of them are 9.3/10s. My favourites are Ikaruga, Chaos Field(insanely good music), Giga Wing 2, Zero Gunner 2.

    Also Leynos theres no way you can't play 18 year old games because they're too expensive. Theres like 20 different sellers that sell reproductions of Dreamcast shoot-em-ups. They're the most popular reproductions for the system.
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