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   PlanetDreamcast | Features | Dreamcast Game of the Year Voting

Dreamcast Game of the Year Voting
Vote for your favorite! - by PDC Staff

GameSpy Game of the Year Awards
Our votes are in. We know what GameSpy's Dreamcast Game of the Year will be, but what do you think it should be? Based on the following nominees, cast your vote. If you think we missed one, then vote for "other" and write it in. The community's choice will win the "Gamers' Choice Award" in the Dreamcast category.

So, which game will it be? Let's check out the nominees first!

Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi is a thrill-a-second joyride through a hilly city that looks more than a little like San Francisco. The unique gameplay has you racing against the clock to deliver passengers to their desired drop-off points. It's a lot more fun than it sounds, and the special driving techniques and shortcuts make it surprisingly deep, too.

  • PDC's Crazy Taxi Review

  • Shenmue

    Despite the massive hype, it's obvious that Shenmue was a labor of love for the game's creator, Yu Suzuki. Vast, sprawling, and most of all epic, the story follows the adventures of young Ryo Hazuki in 1986 Japan. A mysterious man has killed his father, and Ryo is determined to bring him to justice. Ryo inhabits the most fully-realized world yet seen in a video game, complete with beautiful graphics and open-ended gameplay. As such, it's not hard to see why Shenmue is a candidate for game of the year.

  • PDC's Shenmue Review

  • Jet Grind Radio

    Jet Grind Radio is yet another example of the originality that Sega has become known for. The game follows the adventures of a rag-tag rollerblade gang in the futuristic city of Tokyoto. The goals are simple: tag your territory, and avoid the cops. The game oozes style, with a unique cel-shaded look and some seriously cool scenarios and character designs. Throw in a liberal helping of easy-to-perform tricks and you have one of the coolest games of the year.

  • PDC's Jet Grind Radio Review

  • Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2

    The original Tony Hawk game took video skateboarding to the next level, and this anticipated sequel does it one better. With more parks, more skaters, more tricks, better graphics, and even a park-editing mode, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 delivers almost everything you could want in a sequel. While the game is available for multiple platforms, the Dreamcast version is definitely the best!

  • SportPlanet's THPS2 (PC) Review

  • Skies of Arcadia

    The Dreamcast has not been much of a haven for RPG fans... until, that is, Skies of Arcadia showed up. Skies is by and large one of the best RPG in years, for any system. The story is refreshingly upbeat and original, with extremely likeable characters and amazing locales to explore. It's long, too, providing well over 40 hours of entertaining gameplay. Indeed, after playing Skies of Arcadia, you may find it hard to go back to those "other" RPGs!

  • PDC's Skies of Arcadia Review

  • Resident Evil: Code Veronica

    Resident Evil: Code Veronica continues the horrific story of the Umbrella Corporation, first told in 1996's now-classic Resident Evil. Yes, the series that coined the term "survival horror" is alive and kicking on the Dreamcast, and this is probably the best installment yet. RE veteran Claire must fight for her life to escape a desolate prison island, which is infested with more undead critters than you can shake a shotgun at. RE fans, your dream game is here.

  • PDC's Resident Evil: Code Veronica Review

    Voting is closed, and winners will be announced on Wednesday! Stay tuned!

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