DYNAMITE DEKA 2 review for Sega Dreamcast - Classic Game Room
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Dynamite Deka 2 - Sega Dreamcast

Terrorists have captured a cruise ship filled with passengers and the Preident's daugter! It's up to your elite police force to rescue them and fight a giant octopus with machine guns and food-based projectile weapons.
  • Release date: 1999
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Sega
  • Publisher: Sega
  • Players: 1-2 Players
  • Donated by: Alexander from Duisburg, Germany
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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i liked this game, i played the NTSC version called (Dynamite Cop). and Die Hard Arcade it's from the same developer.hope those game come to PSN

one of my favorite games period. I love the ability to break a urinal off the wall and use it as aweapon

a must, what an amazing game.

A blast to play with friends. It could be longer though.

You haven't had fun until you've played this game with a friend. Basically 3D Streets of Rage, you are a cop that boards a cruise ship to save the President's daughter from some pirates. Along the way, you fight his underlings using a plethora of environmental weapons, ranging from grenades and RPGs to... baguettes and fish? Yeah, it's whacky, but damn is it fun.

Ivalice Alliance
Not only is Dynamite Cop 2 awesome, but it's also hilarious. So many crazy things you can use a weapon. It's a tad short, but of course... it's an arcade game. It's fun to play with a friend and it has high replayability. The voices are hilarious and I love over the top the game takes itself. It's also nice to be able to have branching pathways.

Must have for beat-em-up fans


DYNAMITE DEKA 2 review for Sega Dreamcast
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