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The Saturn had a plethora of original Sega titles such as the epoch defining Panzer Dragoon. This PS2 version includes the original Saturn game along with an updated hi-res version along with some bonus extras of artwork and cut sequences in the Pandoras Box - which as the name suggests requires opening. The stirring orchestral score sounds splendid on the PS2 and gameplay is just a refreshing as the Dragoon swoops through beautifully textured valleys, skirting the ravine edge. Whilst gameplay is on the rails the 360 degree firing range makes it feel unrestricted as you fly against hordes of critters to drop them from the sky. The controls remain faithful with the ability to scan around checking for sneaky assailants. Jaw dropping visuals and a story whose threads gently wrap around you before you realise you are cocooned in it. Saturn veterans will lap this up and hopefully the uninitiated will see whats got everyone in a flap.

A fine review of Sega's inspired flight of fancy...

Publisher: Sega
Game Type: Shoot Em Up

Console: PS2

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Remote Control Dandy SF (New)

Title : Remote Control Dandy SF (New)
Publisher : Konami
Game Type : Action
Console : PS2

Price : £19.99

Similar to the superb Tetsujin 28 in the rather under subscribed remote controlled robot genre. Captures the wonder of such boyhood anime in allowing players control of both the colossus robot and the wee boy at the same time as they take down rogue robots and anarchic androids around the city. This takes a brief bit of training to master yet controls soon feel instinctive. Reminiscent of Rampage and King of the Monsters in that almost everything in view can be destroyed to great satisfaction, just providing you sneak out of the way as the boy.

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