Propeller Arena - Dreamcast

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  • Regular price £6.99

Propeller Arena can be roughly described as "Twisted Metal in the skies" It is not a typical flight simulator, but a series of quick dog fight deathmatches in rather limited areas, in a way similar to a multiplayer first-person shooter.

It was developed and completed by the development team Sega AM2, but the game was never officially released.  The release was cancelled just days after the September 11 attacks, citing both similarities in game packaging and design to the events of that day, as well as the Dreamcast's declining market share resulting in projected low sales numbers.

The game has four modes: the main game, Championship, which is a sequence of dogfights; Quick Battle, a single dogfight; Training Arena, a number of training missions and minigames; and Network, the online mode. Beating the game and the training missions unlocks extra characters and levels.

The game features force feedback via support for the Dreamcast Jump Pack.

The game's soundtrack, all consisting of punk rock, was prepared by both "branches" of Sega: a Japanese team (Sachio Ogawa and Tomoya Koga) had 13 songs composed and produced in-house, while an American team arranged a deal with the Fat Wreck Chords label to license nine songs from the bands Consumed, Zero Down, No Use for a Name, Mad Caddies, and Rise Against.


This game will work on a standard Sega Dreamcast. No modding or boot up disc required!

The price is for the labor involved and supplies used to make the game.

Comes in a slim jewel CD case with a glossy front cover and basic CD cover print.



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