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Just when you thought Capcom would be milking its Street Fighter property for eternity, along comes Power Stone for the Dreamcast! There are eight characters to choose from: a man who yields blades named Jack the Slayer, a female Japanese character called Ayame, the English adventurer Fokker, an Indian warrior named Galuda, a female witch named Rouge, the veteran Japanese samurai Ryoma, a typical fighting game big guy in Gunrock, and a Chinese martial artist called Wang Tang. Three bosses also exist: Kraken, Valgas, and Valgas Final.
Players duke it out over a variety of interactive, multi-layered battlegrounds. Choose from the standard variety of punches and kicks, or grab objects and send them flying in your opponent's direction. And if you manage to collect all three Power Stones, you'll power up into a mighty super-version of yourself, with the ability to smite your foes in a single over-the-top attack. Fight anywhere and everywhere, swinging from poles or hanging from the ceiling. Also, treasure chests can be opened to uncover weapons hidden within: flamethrowers, bazookas, and molotov cocktails are all at your disposal! ~ Colin Williamson, All Game Guide