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There's a new link for the website / advertising survey.

Please fill this out (takes about 2 minutes) for the following two reasons:

1. If the survey has enough responses, the site may get more targetted advertising, which means more relevant advertising for you and a little more money for the site.

2. I get an idea of what you think of the site through the site related questions towards the end of the survey.

p.s. this survey doesn't seem to use frames or any stuff evil so it should work fine on any OS / browser.
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Completed. Best bit was filling in the what have you done/what video games do you play questions. Ticked all but one box in each case...
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Done! :)
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Thanks guys!

It's cool that they still list the Dreamcast in that list but I'd guess that's down to lack of updates to the list rather than a recognition that the Dreamcat is still a great console!
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Done!
Cool that I could tick the Dreamcast box, MSR rulez! 8)
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Mr.Zzapback wrote: MSR rulez! 8)


It certainly does, did you know that Project Gothem Racing on the xbox is done by the same people? When I first played it I thought it was a complete rip-off of MSR but after a little check, I realised it was the same development group :)
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Iain wrote:
Mr.Zzapback wrote: MSR rulez! 8)


It certainly does, did you know that Project Gothem Racing on the xbox is done by the same people? When I first played it I thought it was a complete rip-off of MSR but after a little check, I realised it was the same development group :)


Yeah, I know.
But was it better? And part 2?

edit: btw, you're wa-haaay off topic! :wink: :D
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Having got a Dreamcast this year, and MSR, yes - it rocks!
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Just because it's you, iain, done it :)
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Finished. What do I win?
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RichH6109 wrote:Finished. What do I win?


A dreamcast? :)
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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
RichH6109 wrote:Finished. What do I win?


A dreamcast? :)


I should have held off completing the survey for a couple of weeks then. Could've got a Gizmondo then.
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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
Yeah, I know.
But was it better? And part 2?


I only played PGR II and it is a little better alright, but not amazingly so. The Dreamcast can still hold its own, even today. The PS2 doesn't seem to have great graphics and the Xbox and maybe even Dreamcast bets it!
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Iain wrote:
Mr.Zzapback wrote:
Yeah, I know.
But was it better? And part 2?


I only played PGR II and it is a little better alright, but not amazingly so. The Dreamcast can still hold its own, even today. The PS2 doesn't seem to have great graphics and the Xbox and maybe even Dreamcast bets it!


It's a shame isn't it?
I have a dreamcast with that Ferrari wheel and all, my kids love it.
MSR is just perfect, not to mention Virtua Tennis 1 & 2 (unbeatable!) Crazy Taxi, and that little RC driver game (forgot it's name -stunt racer or something), very nice. Shame there's no decent football game for it.
Only disc acces is a little slow, and the memory thingies are a bit unstable.
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I just discovered Dreamcast stuff on eMule, so I'm expanding my collection :) 18 Wheeler is a great little game, although it's too easy to complete (on the normal setting anyway).
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