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As a private in the defense force by The General, players take on deadly missions to seek out and destroy enemies, perform reconnaissance into uncharted waters and rescue damaged craft and installations. Meanwhile, droids and drones scuttle around busily, maintaining and repairing the slowly crumbling city.

With the ultimate objective of the construction of a giant mothership, the Leviathan, that will transport the entire civilization away from hostile waters.

This games combines elements of furious 3-D dogfighting and challenging exploration in true 3-D environments. 3-D worlds actually react and evolve around you as the game's level of difficulty adapts to your skill level.

Five life-like and realistic environments, including the Abyss, Atlantis, and Jungle. Dynamic modes of battle include 3-D combat, unique weapons, special attack moves and upgradable fighter submarines.


Deep Fighter Dreamcast Launch menu
Deep Fighter Windows Inspect the loadout of your craft between the missions.
Deep Fighter Dreamcast Your teammates
Deep Fighter Dreamcast Launching from base to commence the mission

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Alternate Titles

  • "Deep Fighter: The Tsunami Offense" -- US Dreamcast title

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Critic Reviews

Game Vortex Dreamcast 2000 90 out of 100 90
Consoles Plus Dreamcast Nov, 2000 84 out of 100 84
GameSpot Dreamcast Aug 28, 2000 8.1 out of 10 81
PC Joker Windows Sep, 2000 78 out of 100 78 Windows Oct 27, 2000 77 out of 100 77
Gameplay (Benelux) Windows Oct 30, 2000 74 out of 100 74
PC Player (Germany) Windows Sep, 2000 72 out of 100 72 Windows Oct 19, 2000 14 out of 20 70 Dreamcast Oct 17, 2000 14 out of 20 70
Game Revolution Dreamcast Sep 01, 2000 C 50


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David Walliams

British comedy actor David Walliams plays one of the submarine pilots, and appears in the live-action cutscenes.


Deep Fighter could be considered the sequel to Sub Culture.

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