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Outtrigger

by Sega
Platform : Sega Dreamcast
Rated: Teen
28 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100
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Complete with disc(s), official case, artwork, and manual. Case, artwork, and manual may show light wear. Disc(s) are professionally cleaned. Guaranteed functional or replacement.

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You might be good enough to join Interforce, a private enterprise formed to fight terrorism, but to lead the team, you'll have to prove you're better than the other members. Outtrigger is a combat game that features both first- and third-person perspectives, and while it comes with a batch of single-player scenario missions, the game favors multiplayer mayhem. A split-screen mode for up to four players allows friends to compete in-house, and online cooperative play lets you form teams over the Internet. Settings include castle ruins, an observatory, abandoned train stations, and more. The game's cache of weapons includes flamethrowers, photon torpedoes, and rocket launchers, to name a few.


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  • ASIN: B00005CFHM
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,730 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By a bladesm gamer on August 24, 2001
This game has been enjoyed by all my friends. So i'm gonna say what i think about this game. GRAPHICS: The graphics are incredible. Harnessing the dreamcasts power to battle reality. A fast paced game that never slows down (it hardly ever overloads and processes slowly). CONTROL: This games control is a little bit hard with just a controler but you'll get used to it if go through the training levels (by the way there are different controler settings). Or you could spend another ($) on a mouse and keyboard, your choice. People say it's so hard with a controler, but honestly it's not. GAMEPLAY: This game was developed off of the arcade version. So any of you who say the storyline stinks, you tell me what advendture arcade game that has an rpg storyplot. Anyways this game was designed for multiplayer status. You can upgrade characters and weapons through the "mission" mode, and you can create a specialized character, so the replay value is very high. I'd recomend this game for people who have enjoyed FPS from the N64, and to people who have younger syblings and lots of freinds so you can beat the tar out of them when they're being anoying (on the video game of course). Or to people who want a great game. MUSIC: OUTTRIGGER's music is nothing to brag about so don't set yourself up for great music. And that about wraps it up for the game Outtrigger. Overall it's a game not worth missing if youi like FPS (first person shooters). For the parents, it's not a "lood and guts flying every game" more like electronic explosion and lasers. So don't worry about being to gorry.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 29, 2001
This is definately the best fps I've played, since Perfect Dark for n64. I love fps' but some just fallout regardless of their hype.This was not one of those games. When I first played i was awed by the futuristic feel of the game as well as the classic, never boring rocket launchers and guns that just blow stuff up. Most fps' have only 1st person views wich some people feel is awkward especially if one of your opponents is behind you while another is in front.The game accomodates for all video game players. The 4 player mode with internet capability makes this game fun. And the 40 single player missions make this game challenging and sometimes addictive. In my opinion this game is definately worthy of the title of this review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 28, 2001
I just bought this game and its the most fun I ever had with a game. I haven't even played 1p yet. when I first heard of Outtrigger and that it was a fps i assumed it would be something like unreal or another game with a lot of ugly people covered in dirt and rusty armor. I was pleasently surprised to see the characters resemble anime characters. I love how even the basic guns make huge explosions. mplayer w/ four players is NUTS! theres not a second of free time.
ps. i am not much of a gamer so if u are really into games maybe u should read some other reviews too
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew D Brinley on November 11, 2001
This game has everything if you can play it long enough to unlock the cool stuff. There are a million control configurations but the only one that makes sense is "D1" (quake style). There are about 5 excellent arenas for multiplay and each one is available in dark or light modes and then there are tons of other arenas that you are trained in that you can choose to play in but they are very small. About 25 total arenas. This game intoduces 5 great ideas to the FPS game. 1 is the thermo goggles. You can see through walls in the day and you can see into dark places at night. 2 Another great idea is that there is a weapon which you can use that will fire fake powerups for the other players to grab, they are really bombs. 3 there is waist-high water in some levels and you have to wade through it in order to cross to other sides of the arenas or to get powerups. 4 The single player missions are many and they actually train you to use every weapon and get familiar with every arena. Many times you stick to your favorite weapons and arenas without beig forced to learn others. 5 There is also a character edit feature where you can name and stock your character with whatever weapons you want and then play against them. There are a million weapons to unlock including about 8 different kinds of rocket launchers, grenades, grenade launchers, sticky bombs, motion sensor bombs, uzis, clubs, and some alien weapons too. I rocommend making your own characters to play against if you are playing by yourself, and wait until you have unlocked everyone to do it. The frame rate is a solid 60fps and doesn't slow down even when you play split screen. This game breathed new life into my dreamcast.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jean Michael Edwards on June 8, 2004
First let me say that OutTrigger is a fun game if you like multi-player battles. Its a multi-player game ONLY. I say that because the single player missions are NON-existant. You are given a number of annoying tasks to accomplish and they mostly suck. The single player modes are basically training for Online or multi-player battles.
What saves this game is 1) the cool graphics 2) the multi-player. Although the multi-player games are FUN it is sort of hampered by the small size of the areas. Don't look for a Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear maps or a Quake maps...these are small. If those two games have maps the size of a city block then this game has the maps of the size of two houses (if so big). The option to play a multi-player battle with 3cpu opponents is a nice option but can't compare to the real thing with your friends.
The arcade feel of the game makes it easy to pick up and play but even that is hindered by the bad control presets. The best option is D1 but even that is sort of awkard. People recommend the mouse and keyboard but since I don't have a mouse I can't comment on that type of control.
Overall the game is worthy of any Dreamcast collection because of the fun multi-player mode ONLY.
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