Power Stone

Moby ID: 4068
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The creators of Street Fighter add a new dimension to 3D fighting. In Power Stone, two fighters take to multi-level arenas with Power Stones and other weapons lying around for use.

Each game contains Power Stones. When you have enough stones (between three to five), your character transforms into an almost unbeatable warrior, with an all-new range of moves (although this does not last for long).

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  • パワーストーン - Japanese spelling

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Critics

Average score: 85% (based on 29 ratings)

Players

Average score: 3.9 out of 5 (based on 41 ratings with 2 reviews)

Fun will last hours

The Good
The game is a 3-d world like fighter. [It isn't a one of those fighter games where you move left,right,jump,duck. The game is to beat your opponent up by using your body, weapons, and the power stones. Collect three and you'll transform to a stronger warrior. The game is truely one of the greatest games for Dreamcast. It's a must-play.

The Bad
A few unlock-ables require a dreamcast memory card [vmu]. For me, I had to buy one plus the batteries! That cost a lot! But you get some things for your troubles.

The Bottom Line
Better then Soul Calibur baby!

Dreamcast · by powerstone05 (344) · 2004

Must Own Dreamcast Game

The Good
The gameplay is awesome for its time. 3-D fighter where you could use just about everything seen on screen to fight. You can scale walls and climb on ceilings (only certain stages) while executing combos.

The Bad
After beating the game with every character there isn't much replay value for single players. VMU games were hard

The Bottom Line
All out 3D fighting game presented in an anime style.

Dreamcast · by John McClane (4) · 2009

Trivia

In Japan, an OVA (original video anime) based on the Power Stone story and cast was released, which is basically the same story as the game: everyone is out to find the Power Stones for their personal wishes. The anime is quite enjoyable and is recommended if you can find it.

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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Kartanym.

Arcade added by mars_rulez.

Additional contributors: Satoshi Kunsai, Rik Hideto.

Game added May 15, 2001. Last modified January 15, 2024.