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  3. <game id="2413" source="">
  4. <path>./Dead or Alive 2 (USA)/Dead or Alive 2 (USA).gdi</path>
  5. <name>Dead or Alive 2 (USA)</name>
  6. <desc>A great leader was killed at the end of the 20th century. His name was Fame Douglas, and he was renowned as the sponsor of the legendary Dead or Alive World Combat Championship. Since his death, and in the absence of his charisma and leadership, the world has become chaotic. Yet something appears to be transpiring. Amid this chaos, it is announced that the &#34;Dead or Alive Championship 2&#34; will be held. However, Douglas&#39;s passing has taken with it the purpose and significance of the tournament. Even worse, the promoter of &#34;Dead or Alive Championship 2&#34;, who is fond of conflicts and jealous of the string, is responsible for Douglas&#39;s death. The new promoter is more than a corrupt mastermind, but a man of pure evil. His involvement in the tournament has brought a sense of terror to the world, resulting in the infamous Tengu disaster that occurred at the end of the 20th century. The climax of the disaster is about to begin with a roaring battle.</desc>
  7. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Dead or Alive 2 (USA)-image.png</image>
  8. <releasedate>20000317T000000</releasedate>
  9. <developer>Team Ninja</developer>
  10. <publisher>Tecmo</publisher>
  11. <genre>Fighting</genre>
  12. <players>4</players>
  13. </game>
  14. <game id="7766" source="">
  15. <path>./Daytona USA (USA)/Daytona USA (USA).gdi</path>
  16. <name>Daytona USA (USA)</name>
  17. <desc>Just like the arcade version, pick one of three tracks (beginner, advanced, or expert) and either automatic or standard transmission. A pounding music soundtrack kicks in as you are slapped into your car to await the green light. The game offers both a traditional arcade mode with checkpoint time splits and a special PC mode that pits you against the other cars over different race distances. The PC mode also offers more car choices, with a variety of speed, acceleration, and grip characteristics. It even rewards successful players (meaning those finishing first, second, or third in the difficult setting) by offering up to ten more upgraded cars to drive. Once underway, the goal is to work from last to first as smoothly and quickly as possible</desc>
  18. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Daytona USA (USA)-image.png</image>
  19. <releasedate>20010312T000000</releasedate>
  20. <developer>Amusement Vision, Ltd.</developer>
  21. <publisher>Hasbro Interactive, Inc.</publisher>
  22. <genre>Racing</genre>
  23. <players>2</players>
  24. </game>
  25. <game id="3655" source="">
  26. <path>./Gauntlet Legends (USA)/Gauntlet Legends (USA).gdi</path>
  27. <name>Gauntlet Legends (USA)</name>
  28. <desc>The diabolical Skorne has scattered the planet&#39;s powerful rune stones throughout the world so that nobody can use their powers to challenge his evil rule. Pick your character either the Warrior, Wizard, Valkyrie, or Archer and work with your party as you go on the ultimate manhunt. Fight your way through castles, deserts, temples, and forests and upgrade your weapons and powers as you collect money and experience. The action is fast and furious, but if you don&#39;t fight smart you&#39;ll find yourself right back where you started. But it&#39;ll take more than a powerful punch to get far, as there are a host of puzzles that will challenge your mind and might mean the difference between success and failure. Can you find the rune stones and use them to your advantage? It may be the only way to defeat Skorne, so gather your party and head into the great unknown on the most important journey of your life.</desc>
  29. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Gauntlet Legends (USA)-image.png</image>
  30. <releasedate>20000530T000000</releasedate>
  31. <developer>Atari</developer>
  32. <publisher>Midway Games</publisher>
  33. <genre>Action</genre>
  34. <players>4</players>
  35. </game>
  36. <game id="3524" source="">
  37. <path>./Disneys 102 Dalmatians - Puppies to the Rescue (USA)/Disney&#39;s 102 Dalmatians - Puppies to the Rescue (USA).gdi</path>
  38. <name>Disney&#39;s 102 Dalmatians - Puppies to the Rescue (USA)</name>
  39. <desc>The game itself follows the films&#39; storyline loosely. The player can choose the role of one of two dalmatians, Oddball or Domino, who are out in the backyard looking for treasure. It is not long before the player realizes that a toy found buried in a park was made at one of Cruella de Vil&#39;s toy factories; this alludes to the fact that Cruella&#39;s toy sales are down, which ultimately leads to the problem in the storyline. Facing financial ruin from lack of sales, Cruella sets an evil plan in motion - to reprogram her toys to capture any pets in sight. Oddball and Domino are the only puppies in their family who have not been captured when they return from the park. Their parents, Dottie and Dipstick, set out to rescue their puppies, commanding Oddball and Domino to stay home and &#39;be good.&#39; The puppies do not listen, and are soon out on their biggest adventure yet - to save their brothers and sisters, and their parents who are captured along the way.</desc>
  40. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Disney&#39;s 102 Dalmatians - Puppies to the Rescue (USA)-image.png</image>
  41. <releasedate>20001115T000000</releasedate>
  42. <developer>Crystal Dynamics</developer>
  43. <publisher>Eidos Interactive</publisher>
  44. <genre>Action</genre>
  45. <players>1</players>
  46. </game>
  47. <game id="8145" source="">
  48. <path>./Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (USA)/Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (USA).gdi</path>
  49. <name>Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (USA)</name>
  50. <desc>Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness has Ms. Pac-Man saving Pac-Land once again, although this in full 3D.&#xD;&#xA;&#xD;&#xA;The four Wonders, mystical regions separated from the rest of Pac-Land by force fields, contains four Gems of Virtue: Generosity, Truth, Wisdom and Courage, each holding enough power to help keep Pac-Land safe from evil. However, an unknown enemy has transformed the Enchanted Castle into a haunted house, in turn starting a chain reaction of evil all around Pac-Land and the four Wonders. It is up to Ms. Pac-Man to enter the 3D designed worlds of the four Wonders and put the evil to rest for good.</desc>
  51. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (USA)-image.png</image>
  52. <releasedate>20001113T000000</releasedate>
  53. <developer>Namco</developer>
  54. <publisher>Namco</publisher>
  55. <genre>Action</genre>
  56. <players>1</players>
  57. </game>
  58. <game id="428" source="">
  59. <path>./Resident Evil - Code Veronica v1.000 (2000)(Capcom)(NTSC)(US)(Disc 2 of 2)[!]/Resident Evil - Code Veronica v1.000 (2000)(Capcom)(NTSC)(US)(Disc 2 of 2)[!].gdi</path>
  60. <name>Resident Evil - Code - Veronica (USA) (Disc 2)</name>
  61. <desc>Resident Evil Code: Veronica takes up the story of Claire Redfield, a character from Resident Evil 2. In that game she was searching for her brother Chris (a missing S.T.A.R.S. member) and in Resident Evil Code: Veronica we follow her to Europe where she continues her search at Umbrella headquarters.</desc>
  62. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Resident Evil - Code Veronica v1.000 (2000)(Capcom)(NTSC)(US)(Disc 2 of 2)[!]-image.png</image>
  63. <releasedate>20000229T000000</releasedate>
  64. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  65. <publisher>Capcom</publisher>
  66. <genre>Action</genre>
  67. <players>1</players>
  68. </game>
  69. <game id="7767" source="">
  70. <path>./Soul Calibur v1.000 (1999)(Namco)(NTSC)(US)[!][4S T-1401N]/Soul Calibur v1.000 (1999)(Namco)(NTSC)(US)[!][4S T-1401N].gdi</path>
  71. <name>Soulcalibur (USA)</name>
  72. <desc>This is a tale of souls and swords, transcending the world and all its history, told for all eternity... The greatest weapons-based fighter returns, this time on Sega Dreamcast. Soul Calibur unleashes incredible graphics, fantastic fighters, and combos so amazing they&#39;ll make your head spin!</desc>
  73. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Soul Calibur v1.000 (1999)(Namco)(NTSC)(US)[!][4S T-1401N]-image.png</image>
  74. <releasedate>19990908T000000</releasedate>
  75. <developer>Project Soul</developer>
  76. <publisher>Namco</publisher>
  77. <genre>Fighting</genre>
  78. <players>2</players>
  79. </game>
  80. <game id="9971" source="">
  81. <path>./Street Fighter III - 3rd Strike (USA)/Street Fighter III - 3rd Strike (USA).gdi</path>
  82. <name>Street Fighter III - 3rd Strike (USA)</name>
  83. <desc>Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike is the third and final update to Street Fighter III and was originally released in arcades before being brought to the Sega Dreamcast. Dreamcast users can play the previous two versions of Street Fighter III with Street Fighter III: Double Impact.</desc>
  84. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Street Fighter III - 3rd Strike (USA)-image.png</image>
  85. <releasedate>20001004T000000</releasedate>
  86. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  87. <publisher>Capcom</publisher>
  88. <genre>Action</genre>
  89. <players>2</players>
  90. </game>
  91. <game id="434" source="">
  92. <path>./Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA)/Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA).gdi</path>
  93. <name>Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA)</name>
  94. <desc>Street Fighter Alpha 3, the third game in the Alpha series, has a total of 31 fighters, the most in the series so far. New characters include old favorites E. Honda, Blanka, Vega, Cammy, T. Hawk, Dee Jay, Juni and Juli. Some of the newest fighters on the block include a former Final Fight character (Cody, who has been in jail since the last Final Fight game, or so his clothing suggests), Karin Kanzuki and Rainbow Mika.&#xD;&#xA;&#xD;&#xA;The major difference between this Alpha and the last two are the new play modes World Tour, Arcade, VS, Training and Entry.</desc>
  95. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA)-image.png</image>
  96. <releasedate>20000531T000000</releasedate>
  97. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  98. <publisher>Capcom</publisher>
  99. <genre>Fighting</genre>
  100. <players>3</players>
  101. </game>
  102. <game id="11071" source="">
  103. <path>./Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA)/Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA).gdi</path>
  104. <name>Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA)</name>
  105. <desc>Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2, known as Shutokō Battle 2 (首都高バトル 2) in Japan and Tokyo Highway Challenge 2 in Europe, is the sequel to Tokyo Xtreme Racer, which is also on the Sega Dreamcast. Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 has been enhanced with better sound quality and graphics over its predecessor. The game managed to produce two more sequels. It is the last game in the series that was produced for Sega Dreamcast. Some of the game&#39;s mechanics were implemented into Daytona USA 2001.</desc>
  106. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/dreamcast/Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA)-image.png</image>
  107. <releasedate>20000901T000000</releasedate>
  108. <developer>Genki</developer>
  109. <publisher>Genki Co., Ltd.</publisher>
  110. <genre>Racing</genre>
  111. <players>2</players>
  112. </game>
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