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Carrier (Dreamcast)

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Description

Carrier is the first survival horror game released for the Dreamcast. As the game starts you are Jack Ingles, a member of a special forces team. You are sent in by Helicopter to investigate a carrier that has not been responding to radio contact after completing a mission. As you approach the deck of the carrier, your helicopter is shot down. After crash landing on the deck, it is your job to investigate what exactly is going on, and escape alive.

The game is played from a third person perspective. You move Jack around the ship, shooting enemies and solving simple puzzles along the way. The main goal of the game is to survive, so you have to be careful about conserving ammo and health upgrades. After you solve the game playing as Jack, you can play through the game again as Jessifer Manning, one of your teammates. While playing as Jessifer, you get an entirely different view of the same story.

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Carrier Dreamcast Weapon Selection
Carrier Dreamcast There are various signs around
Carrier Dreamcast Keep shooting them after they drop
Carrier Dreamcast Can you spot the Zombie?

Alternate Titles

  • "Carrier: If You Can Hear It... You're Already Dead!" -- Tag-lined title

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The Press Says

IGN Feb 29, 2000 8 out of 10 80
Consoles Plus Apr, 2000 80 out of 100 80
Planet Dreamcast Mar 09, 2000 7.5 out of 10 75
neXGam 2001 7.5 out of 10 75
Gaming Age 2000 B- 67
Game Revolution Mar 01, 2000 B- 67
Digital Press - Classic Video Games May 07, 2005 6 out of 10 60
Gamers' Republic Apr, 2000 C+ 58
The Video Game Critic Oct 28, 2008 C 50
Gameplay RPG 2000 36 out of 100 36

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quizzley7 (21213) added Carrier (Dreamcast) on Jul 08, 2001