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Space Channel 5

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Game Boy Advance
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Hey there, Space Cats! Some pesky little aliens called Morolians are trying to take over Earth, and they're forcing the population to dance endlessly! Space Channel 5, the planet's news channel, has sent the grooviest reporter they have, Ulala, out to cover the latest happenings, but those little Morolians also have to be taught a lesson! So it's now up to Ulala to dance and groove with the aliens to beat them at their own game and free the population of Earth! Get dancin', Space Cats, 'cuz we're gonna give those aliens a little taste of their own groove!


Space Channel 5 Dreamcast Title Screen
Space Channel 5 Dreamcast On the Roof
Space Channel 5 Dreamcast Space Michael
Space Channel 5 Dreamcast Main Menu

Alternate Titles

  • "Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic Attack" -- Game Boy Advance title

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User Reviews

An Effective Port Of The Dreamcast Classic. Game Boy Advance Guy Chapman (1746)

The Press Says

IGN Dreamcast Jun 02, 2000 9.2 out of 10 92 Dreamcast Feb 04, 2006 8.8 out of 10 88 Dreamcast Nov 09, 2003 88 out of 100 88
Video Games Dreamcast Oct, 2000 87 out of 100 87 PlayStation 2 Apr 07, 2002 81 out of 100 81 Dreamcast Oct 16, 2000 15 out of 20 75
Digital Press - Classic Video Games Dreamcast Jun 18, 2005 5 out of 10 50
GameSpy Game Boy Advance Jul 08, 2003 48 out of 100 48
GameSpot Game Boy Advance Jun 26, 2003 4.5 out of 10 45
All Game Guide Dreamcast 2000 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40


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Lady Miss Kier Kirby of the former pop/funk group Deee-Lite unsuccessfully tried to sue Sega regarding the character of Ulala.

According to her claim, Sega approached her, and offered her $16,000 to license her name, image and music for the game, but she rejected their offer. She later found out that Sega went ahead and made the game anyway, with the lead character Ulala bearing a strong resemblance to her.

She ultimately lost the suit and a later appeal. Lady Miss Kier was then liable to pay Sega's legal fees of $608,000 (reduced from the $763,000 requested).
Contributed to by shifter (52), Joshua J. Slone (4621) and Satoshi Kunsai (1817)