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Dreamcast, Genre: Fighting, Publisher: Capcom, ESRB Rating: T - (Teen), up to 2 players
Power hungry? Just pit your wits and your punches against the others, and collect all three power stones on each level. Either find them yourself or beat them out of your opponents, and even the most mild-mannered character will transform into a raging superbeing, capable of crushing attacks and powered-up fighting moves. Power Stone on Dreamcast breaks new ground with its revolutionary game design and mesmerizing 3D worlds. The first of its kind, Power Stone allows its characters to fully interact with their environment like never before. Drop down on your opponents from the ceiling, or swing around a lamp post for added momentum and freeform attack. Grab anything in the room that's not nailed down and hurl it at an opponent. Knock over a bookcase as you make your escape. Fight according to your own style. The ultimate weapon: your imagination.
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ESRB Descriptor: Cartoon Violence
ESRB Rating: T - (Teen)
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Max. Number Of Players: 2
Memory Support: With Memory Support
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Release Date: 9 September, 1999
234 store reviews
Packed with all the energy and over-the-top moves of a Jackie Chan movie, Power Stone revitalizes the fighting game genre with fully functional 3-D combat environments and frenzied strategy. Face your opponent in a London courtyard and you can hurl café chairs and tables at him before taking him out by swinging around a lamppost. Or fight in a dilapidated shopping mall, and beat your foe down with a giant stuffed teddy bear after tossing him through a storefront window. Each multilevel combat area is stocked with crates, barrels, clubs, even ray guns, and everything can be used as a weapon. Interactive fighting environments are fun, but what really sets Power Stone apart are the power stones. Collecting all three stones transforms the character into a superbeing, unlocking new and devastating attacks. Since the overall goal of the game is to beat up your opponent, and the superform lets you do the most damage, competition for the stones is fierce. If you're tired of the standard fighting game formula and want a little more, Power Stone is the game for you. It's a perfect translation of the arcade hit, and the uncomplicated, frantic combat will bring a grin to many a jaded gamer's face. --Mike Fehlauer Pros: Easy to learn, fast-paced gameplay 11 unique, multilevel, interactive fighting environments Great use of VMU Smooth, vivid, arcade-quality graphics Cons: Game may be too frantic for some players
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