Classic Game Room reviews SPACE CHANNEL 5 for Dreamcast

Classic Game Room Season 1 – 6/30/2000

Before there was Guitar Hero III, there was Space Channel 5 with Ulala (aka the “Ho of Space”)

One of the first rythem and dance games to come to the West, and certainly the first one to be reviewed by the abnoxious morons at the Classic Game Room.

Space Channel 5 was for the Sega Dreamcast system, long before Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii starting carrying games like this. Although we still prefered Atari.

They reviewed Atari, NES, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast and Playstation… too bad they didn’t get to Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 or Wii.

10 thoughts on “Classic Game Room reviews SPACE CHANNEL 5 for Dreamcast

  1. I worship this game… and the PS2 sequal was a pile of shit. They took away the awesome production team guy who nags Ulala on her headphones and replaced him with a zero-charisma stock actor, took away the cool, Buck Rogers feel and funky music and replaced it with a shitty 80's throwback feel with forgettable music and added that pointless guitar playing section.

  2. this game sis cool , but u gotta try the the sequele on dreamcast SPACE CHANNEL 5 PART 2 (japanese) is funnier and better, in any way. The maichael Jackson escene is so fun and weird!! lol .. I think SC5 games are so usefull to everyone dudes, even if u dont like it … these games are like chocolate for girls..let me explain this…

  3. this game is cool.. and for the girls is like chocolate!! u gotta try Space Channel 5 part 2 on dreamcast (japanese) is funnier and better (the michael jackson scene rocks…lol is so funny and weird) ..anyway like i was trying to tell, this game has a lot of uses…

  4. SC5 isn't a bad game. Sure it's short [especially so considering today's standards {but not as bad as Parappa}] but the game itself is fun [if you can get past how it looks], the music itself is good, and it can get tough at times.

    I remember getting this title as an impulse buy several years ago and I enjoy it even today. Granted, it doesn't get the same amount of play time Capcom vs. SNK or Project Justice gets, it's still a good game to waste an hour or two a few times a month.

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