Games SEGA DREAMCAST SEGA SMASH PACK V1 User Manual

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C O N T E N T S

Introduction .............................................

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Starting the Game .....................................

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Control Summary ......................................

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Game Selection Menu ................................

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Sonic the Hedgehog..................................

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Altered Beast..........................................

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Columns................................................

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Golden Axe............................................

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Phantasy StarII......................................

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Revenge of Shinobi.................................

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Sega Swirl............................................

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Shining Force........................................

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Streets of Rage2....................................

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Vectorman............................................

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Virtua Cop2..........................................

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Wrestle War............................................

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Game Credits..........................................

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INTRODUCTION

Truly, there are more active gamers in the world today than at any other time in the history of our beloved pastime. And while many claim to know what gaming is all about, most have just recently jumped on the bandwagon of the world’s most dynamic form of entertainment. Thus, in the new realm of online gaming, 128-bit processors, true 3D graphics, and blazing frame rates, we often find ourselves missing something. Strangely, that “something” can be hard to identify or describe. The games of today are undoubtedly brilliant works of art created through a combination of ridiculously long hours, daily dedication, and teams of highly skilled artists, designers, programmers, and producers, but amid all this advancement, things are sometimes forgotten. Sega, always eager to push the envelope of technology and creativity, has made great strides over the years to accomplish one invariable goal: to produce the highest quality video entertainment the world over.

Within this collection of games, you will bear witness to this goal as evidenced by the numerous game titles that exist on this one disc. For those of you already familiar with these remarkable titles, you’ll likely recognize that the “something” missing in many of today’s games can be found in spades within this collection. And for those of you new to these classics, you’re in for an even more profound experience: the discovery of gaming’s true essence: the undeniable satisfaction that goes along with finely-tuned gameplay, brilliant game design, and visionary characters. Welcome to the first installment of Sega’s Smash Pack series: games that play as well today as the first day they were released to the public, games that make gamers proud to be gamers—profound games that instantly remind us why we ever started playing games in the first place.

Thank you for purchasing Sega Smash Pack, Vol. 1.

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STARTING THE GAME

NOTE: Sega Smash Pack Vol. 1 contains games that range from one to four players. Before turning the Sega Dreamcast Power ON, connect the controller(s) or other peripheral equipment into the control ports of the Sega Dreamcast.

SEGA DREAMCAST HARDWARE UNIT

Disc Door

 

Power Button

Open Button

This turns the

Press to open

unit ON or OFF

the Disc Door

Control Ports

Use these ports to connect the Sega Dreamcast Controller or other peripheral equipment. From left to right are Control Port A, Control Port B, Control Port C, and Control Port D.

Use each port to connect controllers for players 1 to 4 respectively. NOTE: Control Port can also be referred to as Port.

When using a Visual Memory Unit

SEGA DREAMCAST JUMP PACK™

(sold separately), insert it into Expansion

 

Socket 1 of the Sega Dreamcast controller

 

if you wish to save your game data.

 

SEGA DREAMCAST VISUAL MEMORY UNIT (VMU)

 

Cap

 

 

 

Connector

 

LCD Screen

 

 

 

Sleep Button

 

 

Mode Button

 

Direction Button

B Button

 

(D-Button)

A Button

 

 

 

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CONTROL SUMMARY

Game controls are set to their defaults upon start-up, but users have the option to alter the control scheme by selecting “configure” before playing each of the ten Genesis games included on the disc. When playing Sega SwirlTM or Virtua CopTM 2, please consult the “options” menu to make changes to the controls.

The default controls for each of the Genesis Games are:

Sega Dreamcast Controller

Original Genesis Controller

Start Button

Start Button

A Button

B Button

B Button

C Button

X Button

A Button

Y Button

X Button

Right Trigger

Y Button

Left Trigger

Z Button

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GAME SELECTION MENU

After pressing the Start Button on the title screen, the Game Selection Menu will appear. Highlight the game you would like to choose and then press the A Button on your Sega Dreamcast Controller. If you select one of the classic Genesis games, the Game Options Screen will appear. See the Game Options Screen Section for more information about the options on this screen. SEGA Swirl and Virtua Cop 2 will start as soon as you select these games from the Game Selection Menu.

GAME OPTIONS SCREEN

If you choose one of the Genesis games (all of the games except for SEGA Swirl and Virtua Cop 2) from the Game Select Screen, an extra menu will appear with a variety of special options. You can return to this screen at any time during the game by simultaneously pressing the A, B, X, Y, and Start Buttons on your Sega Dreamcast Controller.

Here is a summary of the options for this menu:

Start Game: Select this option to launch the game or restart the game from the beginning.

Resume Game: Once you have started a game, select this option if you would like to continue at the exact point in the game you were at before you brought up the Controls Menu.

Controls: Select this option to assign the buttons on your Sega Dreamcast controller.

Save Game: Select this option to save the Genesis cartridge state.

NOTE: You MUST save within the Genesis game AND from this menu to properly save your game!

Show Credits: Select this option to see the list of people who worked on this game.

Return to Menu: Leave the current game and go to the Game Select Menu.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

Bust the video game speed barrier wide open with blur using the super sonic spin attack. Loop the loop

tunnels. Then dash to safety with Sonic’s Power Sneakers

Help Sonic escape bubbling molten lava. Swim through glistening green mountains. And soar past shimmering rotating maze. You’ve never seen anything like it!

Sonic has an attitude that just won’t quit. He’s flip and fights to free his friends from evil. So just wait. Sonic may

ButtonAction

D-PadMove

StartStart/Pause

XJump

AJump

BJump

A+B+X+Y+Start Return to Game Option Screen

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ALTERED BEAST

It is the time of gods and myths and legends. When

warriors and courageously

fought unnatural enemies in the endless battle of good

evil. It is the time of the

Altered Beast. Summoned by Zeus, God of Thunder,

been awakened from the

dead to challenge the wicked Neff, God of the Underworld, for the fate of Athena. And

Athena is no ordinary girl. She is the daughter of Zeus

must take her rightful place

among the gods if only you can free her from her

.

Although you were once a brave and awesome Roman demand a supernatural display of strength. And so you the Altered Beast. The power to transform your being creature of formidable force. But to achieve this rare

By conquering foes and capturing spirit balls, you’ll one beast to another. And each time you do, you’ll

of the underworld where Neff awaits the final confrontation clear, the number of underlings you must defeat is

most loathsome enemy yet, so prepare yourself for the bring you back from the grave to fail!

the rigors of this journey bestowed with the powers of part animal, part human

vitality you must earn it.

the energy to transmute from one round closer to the realm With five complete rounds to

. But Neff promises to be the

. And remember, Zeus didn’t

ButtonAction

D-Pad Move

StartStart/Pause XPunch

AKick

BJump

A+B+X+Y+StartReturn to Game Option Screen

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