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Contents

Foreword

Contents
Foreword
Collectors Guide Introduction
-Key to the Checklists
Credits and Change list.
Complete Dreamcast Release List and Check List
Detailed Version
Single Game List
Unlicensed Games Section
-Upcoming Games
-Unlicensed Game List
North American List
Japanese Games Section
-Japan Release List
-Japanese Games Accessibility for Non-Japanese
Speakers
-Japanese Release List by Code
PAL Games Section
-PAL Collectors Checklist
-PAL White Label List
-European Regional Differences

Welcome to the second edition of The Dreamcast
Junkyard 100% Unofficial Ultimate Collectors Guide.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the first edition
enraged the very gods we wished to appease but we
repented, made a few sacrifices and have returned.
In this edition you will find slightly updated lists and
some minor bugs have been ironed out. The one
thing we wish to make clear though, is that this book
is in no way affiliated with Sega and is 100%
unofficial - made by the fans of the Dreamcast, for
fans of the Dreamcast.
The Dreamcast is a system that lived in the limelight
for what felt like little more than the blink of an eye.
Initially, the flame burned bright, but it faded almost
as quickly once the PlayStation 2 appeared on the
horizon, like the world-conquering leviathan that it
was. Within months of Sony's console entering the
fray, Sega pulled the plug and the Dreamcast was no
more. This didn't prevent the system playing host to
a whole range of fantastic titles though, and with this
guide we hope to aid the ever-resiliant Dreamcast
community when it comes to seeking out these
hidden gems. I must give kudos to the author, Mike
Phelan for his incredible work compiling this list but
ultimately I hope this guidebook gives readers an
impression of the magnificent hidden library that
awaits. If you own this book your Dreamcast is in for
one hell of a ride, and we're overjoyed that you've
bought the ticket.
Tom Charnock
The Dreamcast Junkyard

1

Collectors Guide Introduction

Key to the Checklist
When compiling this list, I wanted to strike a balance between
accessibility and detail. Listing games Publishers, Developers,
release dates etc. have therefore not been included, as these
don't directly effect the collecting process. Instead, I've kept it
as simple as possible – The title of each release, the Region it
was released in, the type of Release it is, the serial code of the
game, any interesting details about the release, and a basic
check for rarity and expense. I'll take a moment to go through
these:
Title:
In Alphabetical order of the particular release,
with 'The' not being included in the ordering.

It's a problem every collector of Video games will know – how
do I keep track of my collection? In the Internet age, there's a
plethora of sites available with downloadable 'Complete lists',
but often they contradict each other, miss out certain titles, or
focus on one region or another. It was a problem I faced when
starting on the journey of Dreamcast collecting. Whilst there's
plenty of sites out there offering their own lists, the
discrepancies between some of them bothered me. Indeed, it
bothered me enough to set out to compile my own. The
following 50 odd pages are the results of that. I set out with a
goal to list every game released, taking information from
wherever I could find it. It isn't the easiest thing to do at times
– I found numerous non-existent titles on some lists, wrong
information on others, and with the DC still supporting such a
vibrant scene of new releases, there were at least 8 new titles
released whilst I was going through this. But persistence has
paid off, and the fruits of a 5 year long labour of love has
resulted in what I personally believe is as thorough and
complete a list as there is available for Sega's last beloved
console.
The guide is divided into distinct sections, of more or less use
depending on your own interest in collecting.
The Complete DC Release List lists every single DC game,
including all variations. This is the bulk of the guide; the master
list from which everything else is based on.
The Single Game Checklist doesn't bother itself with the
multitude of PAL cover variations or Japanese Limited editions,
and instead simply lists every released DC game, and which
region it was released in.
There then follows 4 sections, each detailing one of the
'Regions' of DC gaming and sub-divided to give more info for
the complete collectors.
The first is for Unlicensed games; the titles released without
Sega's license, but which received physical, available to
purchase releases. There are two separate lists here: A list of
upcoming titles set for release soon, and one listing all currently
released unlicensed titles.
The North American section then follows, containing just the
one list, which gives a complete breakdown of all North
American releases (and includes the Brazilian Tec-toy
distributed titles too).
The Japanese section details 3 lists; A complete release list, A
guide to Accessibility for non-Japanese speakers and a list of all
Japanese releases by code – useful for when a game doesn't
have any English naming on it.
Finally, the PAL section closes things off with 3 more lists; a
complete list, a White Label Promo disc list and a guide to
European Regional differences.

Region:
Dreamcast Games, like all Video gaming, can
be divided into Japanese (NTSC-J), North American (NTSC-U)
and European (PAL) regions. For the guide, I have stuck to
recognisable 2 letter abbreviations for these: JP for Japanese,
NA for North American (which includes Brazilian releases) and
EU for European (which of course also includes non-European
territories as well, such as Australia). Due to the Dreamcasts
strong unlicensed release scene, I've also included a fourth
code – WW for 'Worldwide' releases, as these releases are
Region free.
Type:
There are several types of releases for DC
games, and to explain them best, it's easier to go through them
by region.
In North America, there are 5 separate types:
US
This indicates a standard Jewel case US release.
US-L This indicates any non-standard US release, boxed
releases and Limited editions. (i.e. the Alien Front Online Box)
USvar This indicates any US variants. This includes any 'Not
for Sale' versions, general cover variants and the like.
BRA
This indicates the releases in Brazil by Sega's long term
South American partner, Tec-Toy. These releases are quite
distinguishable as they mix up the Japanese and US coverstandards, with the Quarter-circle of the Japanese cover moving
down to the bottom Left whilst usually sticking with the US
cover art.
US-AS These are the US Sega All Stars releases, the budget
label for Dreamcast games in North America. There were less
than 20 of these, a sad indication of the DC's curtailed life.

For Japan, there's a further 4 separate types:
JPN
This is the code for the standard Japanese release. For
the most part these will be standard Japanese Jewel case
releases.
JPN-L This is the code for the much-collected Limited editions
that are somewhat prevalent in the Japanese release list. Most
of these will be 'special' releases of standard games, ranging
from First-Print editions with special full-colour discs, to
elaborate box sets with lot's of very Nippon-centric extras.
One of the reasons I wanted to put this guide together in
These will all have a description detailing their contents. Some
physical form, was to allow it to act as a hold-in-your-hand
Games have been listed as only having a 'Limited Edition'
checklist, and so for many of the lists here, there is a check-box release, usually these are more elaborate releases which have
present to allow you to keep track of which games are in your no standard, Jewel case release.
collection.
JPN-D Sega re-released several of the most popular Japanese
releases under their 'Dorikore' label ('Dreamcast Collection').
Future versions of this guide will hopefully include the currently The first 6 of these are easily distinguishable, as
in-progress Hardware, Accessory and Non-Game release lists.
Sega went to the trouble of giving them new cover
art – a distinctive white cover with an Orange
horizontal stripe and the original cover art in
reduced size in the centre, as well as 'Dreamcast

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Collection' printed clearly at the top. However, after these initial
6, the collecting waters become murkier. Rather than reprint
cover art, these later releases were identical to their original
versions, with the addition of the Dorikore 'stamp' (seen above)
in sticker form on the wrap. This presents a problem for
collectors. To be certain a game is a Dorikore release, chances
are you will need a sealed version of the game, as there literally
is no other indication. Sealed game collectors will have no issue
with this, but for those who want to play their games, choosing
to go for the Dorikore releases will be a personal choice of
whether they want these copies simply for their stickers.
JPN-O This type includes all 'Other' types of Japanese
releases. This includes some Book releases (Yu Suzuki Game
Works Vol. 1) as well as anything else which doesn't fit into the
other types.
One thing not included in this guide, is the many 'Sample'
versions of Japanese releases. These are indicated by a blue
oval shaped sticker with 'SAMPLE' printed on it. The fact is that
info on these releases is incredibly hard to come by, and
chances are every Japanese Sega release may have had a
sample version out there. For this reason, I haven't included
them in the list.
For European/PAL releases, things are slightly different. There
are 5 distinct types of release, 4 of which are indicated with
simple codes in the same manner as the US and Japanese
releases. The 5th contains all of the regional variants that PAL
releases are known for. Rather than listing them all as PAL, I
wanted to list each one by the European countries they were
released in. Originally, that meant listing them by their 2 digit
code (all PAL releases have distinctive 2 digits at the end of the
serial codes printed at the bottom of the spines, meant to
indicate which countries these were released in, i.e. a -50 code
would mean 'European Wide'), but I found this was not entirely
accurate and also not overly helpful. So instead, I've indicated
on every release which languages are present on the back
covers. Sometimes these are indicated with National flags,
other times it's just a case of knowing which language the blurb
is written in. The list of nation codes I've used is below. Note:
on many of these releases, other Languages are included ingame or in the Instructions, so just because a game doesn't
have a particular language listed doesn't necessarily mean it's
not supported. Of course, occasionally, the language of the
blurb doesn't mean that language is included in the game
anyway, with English sometimes being the only available
language! For the purposes of this guide, however, we shall
look at the Indicated languages via the back covers.
So first, the 4 'other' types:
EWLP
This indicates that this disc is a 'European
White Label Promo' disc. It's a slightly awkward term, but for
those who don't know, these are pressed GD-ROM discs
distinctive by being White in colour. These discs were usually
sent to reviewers or for other promotional use, perhaps in
Retail, and feature no cover art or instructions, instead coming
in simple clear cases (there are some exceptions, as Acclaim in
particular liked to put their White Labels into clamshell plastic
cases, and a few other White labels saw basic White Cover art),
but are usually full versions of the games (with some prominent
exceptions – see listing for details). Much collected by some,
there is a separate listing for these games included here, but
info for them is still included in the main guide, including the
disc codes. Although these aren't technically 'Retail releases',
their desirability amongst some collectors and relative ease of
purchase is enough for me to include them in the main guide.

Huge kudos must go to Executter and the folks at SegaDC.com, as much of the work that has gone into the details of
White label releases was carried out by them, and without their
work, I'd know far less about the discs.
Ebc
Originally created by me for the Bundle copy of
Dead or Alive 2 that I seemed to have several copies of, EBC
now also includes any other Bundle copies and other
Promotional copies of games. These Promotional copies are
usually indicated by stickers on the front of the game as well as
on the disc itself. My listing for these games is based on the
work done, again, by Sega-DC.com, and their may be many,
many more out there. Also it must be noted that whilst I
include a separate 'EBC' version for games, the actual game
cases themselves will be indicative of the region they were
released in – so for instance, their may be separate German
and English releases for a game, both of which could possibly
have a 'Promotional use' version. However, information on the
exact numbers of these may never be known, so for now, a
single entry for any game which has had a Promotional copy
found is all that is included in this list.
Evar
These are any 'Variant' releases of European
games, that for whatever reason don't fit into the other
categories listed. Most cover variants of PAL games can be
distinguished by different codes, so are not listed by this type.
Ebox
These are the few PAL releases which saw
release in larger boxes, usually with an accessory.
For the standard releases, the Languages on the games covers
(as explained above) are:
D
Dutch Language (Netherlands and Belgian
releases)
E
English Language (UK and Ireland, Australia
and New Zealand, as well as other parts of Europe)
F
French Language (France and other French
speaking parts of Europe)
G
German Language (Germany and Austria and
other German speaking parts of Europe)
I
Italian Language (Italy)
S
Spanish Language (Spain)
The following are only seen in small numbers, with a couple of
each. Most of these languages are usually only selectable in
game, if present at all.
P
Portuguese Language
N
Norwegian Language
SW
Swedish Language
DN
Danish Language
FN
Finnish Language
When listing the languages present in the guide, I've done so in
Alphabetical order, rather than the order they appear in on the
back cover.
There's also a number of games that only include the Italian
language in the instruction booklet, with no Italian present on
the back of the box. This is indicated by a small i. There may be
other languages where the only inclusion is also in the
instructions, and these will also be indicated with the small
letter corresponding to their nation code.
For the Unlicensed, Region-Free releases (or WW as indicated
in the Region), there's a trio of types:
HBW
Standard releases
HBW-L
A limited edition of a release
HBW-O
Anything which doesn't fit into the other 2.
Code:

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The codes indicated on the packaging of the

game (usually at the bottom of the spine or spine card,
sometimes only on the covers). It would take a 30 page
document alone just to go into the intricacies of Sega's coding
systems across the 3 regions, so I won't even attempt to
explain them fully. There's some basic rules that we can see
when compiling this list though:
In North America, the codes usually have the format T-XXXXN.
There are some without the letters, and in Brazil, the format is
a 6 digit code beginning with 197.
In Japan, Sega's own games have the format HDR-XXXX for the
most part, whilst 3rd party games have a format of T-XXXM.
There are several exceptions, of course, to this. Non-games
tend to have a code starting with 610-.
In PAL territories, the system had 2 main elements. Sega's own
games followed the MK-XXXX-XX coding system, whilst non
Sega games followed a T-XXXXD-XX system. The 2 digit code to
end the code indicated the regions released in (most
prominently, -05 was UK, -18 Germany, -09 France, -06 Spain,
-13 Italy, -50 multi regional), but this wasn't all stuck to.
Unlicensed releases follow their own publishers coding systems,
if they have one.
Note: The White Label discs don't have a code listed, but the 2
main cataloguing numbers used for these (as printed on the
discs) are indicated below the entries.

For the Expensive games, you may not be that surprised to see
the letter E used:
e
A small e indicates games which are about the price of
a new release game on a current gen console. With games
being priced differently depending on the region you live in (US
games will after all cost a little less if you live in North America,
compared to how much it may cost you, with import charges
and the like, if you happen to live in Europe), the small e will be
used for titles that generally cost the same price as a new
release in the UK – so around the £40-£50 mark.
E
A capital E indicates games which are the next step up
price wise. Costing generally anything up to 3 times the cost of
a current new release.
E
A bold E will indicate those few DC games that cost
above the sort of level even the most ardent collectors would
classify as 'reasonable'. We're talking big numbers here,
pushing into the price bracket of modern consoles let alone
games, and sometimes even way beyond. Unlike some retro
console collections, the DC thankfully has few of these sorts of
games.
The Rarity and Expense guide here is simple and brief, and
certainly not a definitive guide. As with all price guides, these
do change over time, so stick to the general rule of collecting
whenever you can - a game is worth as much as you are
willing to pay for it. That way, you, and your bank balance, will
have an easier time of things.

Interesting Details Below each entry, I've included any
interesting details I feel are necessary to know. These can be
anything from a note on the type of release, to the name the
game was released under in other regions, to the contents of a
Limited edition.
So that's how the main guide here works. 1660 titles + (what
with all the new titles being released at a steady trickle). It's
Rarity and Expense If there's one detail about this guide
been a relatively long process to go through each and every
that I have procrastinated about more than other, it is how best title, but it's been an enjoyable and educational one!
to indicate the Rarer and more Expensive titles for the console.
A guide to rarity is one thing – after all, the games were
produced, for the most part, well over a decade ago now, and
keeping an eye on the usual channels will give a pretty good
Happy DC Collecting, and keep dreaming!
idea of just how often certain titles come up. The cost of such Mike Phelan (Space_turnip) (2015) (version 1.7 December '15)
games is somewhat different. Some of the DC shmups so
About Me: An Avid DC collector, I'm aiming for a complete DC collection which is currently on track to
coveted by collectors are pretty common – no game which
be completed sometime in about mid 2025... Hardcore Punk connoisseur, Trekkie, Star Wars Fan, Sonic
Collector, Gamer, compulsive list maker and all round Sega Fan Boy.
comes up on a weekly basis can be honestly called rare – but
Favourite DC games are Le Mans, Zero Gunner 2 and Shenmue, but that no doubts every day.
command decent prices. Any list indicating the relative costs of
DC releases would also be somewhat dependent on market
prices; re-releases of games can push up or push down prices
of the originals, for instance.
I still however feel it's needed to indicate which of the titles in
this guide are either rare or consistently costly. For this reason,
I've included a simple indicator for this next to the check box
for each game in the guide. I've split this into 2:
Rarity:
The letter R, unsurprisingly, is used for this indicator:
r
A small r indicates a game which is of an average rarity.
This includes most White label promo discs, most bundle and
promotional discs as well as many retail releases. These will
come up for sale, but not at a constant or predictable rate. Not
all of these will be all that expensive.
R
A Capital R indicates a game which is very rare. These
are the sort of titles that you'll be lucky to see come up more
than once a year at most, and were almost certainly of
extremely limited print runs.
R
A bold Capital R indicates an extremely rare game. This
is reserved for the few DC games that hardly ever appear for
sale, are held by a few select individuals and are probably
limited to a very few in existence.

4

A number of sites have been useful in compiling this list, without them it would
have simply been impossible. My thanks to:
The Dreamcast Junkyard – (www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk) – 'The Best
Dreamcast Blog on the Internet' and who am I to argue with that? Now
celebrating 10 years in existence, the Junkyard had a hugely active 2015,
including publishing this very guide and creating the excellent DreamPod
podcast, keeping it at the very centre of the DC community.
Retro Collect (www.retrocollect.com) – Superb site with in depth collecting
tracking features, a growing helpful community and an ever increasing deep
database of information. Proved especially useful for European regional variants
and specific languages for each release. Regulars at Retro events up and down
the country.
Guardiana (www.guardiana.net) – 'The Sega Retro Database', and I'm not
going to argue with that. Massive amount of info available on releases, and
essential for any fan of retro Sega gaming. French based, but easily accessible
no matter what language you speak. Proved especially useful for some of the
more obscure Japanese releases listings, and it's in depth master list for the DC
was hugely helpful.
Sega-DC.de (www.sega-DC.de) – German site which has massive amounts of
info on the Dreamcast. Specific help for Magazine cover disc listings and White
Label Promo disc listings. Although not complete, and with a particular
language barrier for non-German users, Sega-DC is a hugely impressive and
informative destination for all DC fans.
Segagaga Domain – (www.segagagadomain.com) – A long standing site
which has plenty of short reviews for many games released on Sega systems.
Proved helpful especially for Limited edition Japanese release contents.
Gamefaqs – (www.gamefaqs.com/dreamcast/) - Helpful to a generation or
two of gamers with their user-created guides, Gamefaqs also contains several
listings for DC games which were massively helpful. KinsukeJP's list of Japanese
released games was excellent at getting some details on Japanese releases.
SegaAge – (www.segaage.com) – Useful in getting info on US releases, it's the
forums in particular that have been particularly helpful, especially when it
comes to the US variants of DC releases.
Executter.info – (http://executter.info/) Personal site of the user 'Executter',
his work on a thoroughly detailed White label listing should be commended.
Segaretro - (www.segaretro.org) A detailed and expansive wiki with nearly
8,000 entries, and a huge amount of info on the Dreamcast as well as other
Sega machines.
Special thanks to Tom of the Dreamcast Junkyard who didn't dismiss my initial
e-mail to him out of the blue regarding this Guide, and has been a huge help in
getting this guide out of my head and into your hands. He's also one of the
nicest guys in the DC scene and does more to keep the dream alive than any of
us could even contemplate.
And finally, my thanks and love to my Fiancée Leanne – I promise to focus
more on the wedding and less on the Dreamcast now!

Change List:
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7

November '13
First release of the list. One list, the forerunner of the
Detailed List, with far less detail.
First 'public' release of the list, which increased the Detailed list significantly.
Addition of 'Single Game Worldwide Checklist'
Vast improvement of Detailed List. Many error corrections. Addition of 'interesting'
notes to detailed list.
Addition of White Label List, PAL variant guide.
Corrections and additions. Latest release games added. Upcoming Games section
added.
Change to opening of guide. Addition of extra lists, US, Japanese, Unlicensed and PAL
Guide. Japanese language accessibility list created.
Addition of Japanese game-by-code listing, updated game listing with new releases
added, Updated and expanded Upcoming Games section, Re-ordered lists, minor error
changes. Finalised version for Guide Publishing.
Minor fixes, changes and additions

5

Complete Dreamcast Release List
and Check list
Detailed Version

Japanese only release; version of Aero Dancing ft. blue Impulse with extra missions and features.

Aero Dancing F
Aero Dancing F

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-6804M
T-6808M

c
c

Aero Dancing F: Todoroki JP
Tsubasa No Hatsu Hikou

JPN

T-6805M

c

Aero Dancing i

JP

JPN

T-6807M

c

Aero Dancing i : Jikai Saku
Made Matemasen

JP

JPN

T-6809M

c

AeroWings
AeroWings
AeroWings

NA
EU
EU

US
T-40201N
E/F/G/I/S T-40202D-50
EWLP
-

c
c
c

r

AeroWings 2: Airstrike

NA

US

c
c
c

r

Japanese release of the US and PAL titled release 'AeroWings 2'. Dorikore version easily identifiable as it is
one of the 6 Dorikore releases that has the White and Orange bordered cover.

Japanese only release and an updated version of Aero Dancing F.

Game

Region Type

Code

Check

4 Wheel Thunder
4 Wheel Thunder
4 Wheel Thunder

NA
EU
EU

US
D/F/G
E/I/S

T-9708N
T-9706D-51
T-9706D-61

c
c
c

4 Wheel Thunder

EU

EWLP

-

c

4x4 Evolution

NA

US

T-41903N

c

#

r

White Label Codes: 950-0008-50
AeroWings is the Western release name of 'Aero Dancing ft. Blue Impulse'

T-40210N

AeroWings 2: Airstrike
EU
E/F/G/I/S T-40209D-50
Only 1 US cover exists, despite their being an alternative cover on many sources online. The released
version has a blue sky background at the top, whilst the unreleased has a sunset and black background at AeroWings 2: Airstrike
EU
EWLP
the top.
White Label Codes: 950-0121-50 / 952-0113-50
AeroWings 2 is the Western release name of 'Aero Dancing F'
18 Wheeler: American Pro NA
US
51064
c
Trucker
18 Wheeler: American Pro JP
Trucker
18 Wheeler: American Pro JP
Trucker

JPN

HDR-0080

c

JPN-D

HDR-0080

c

E/F/G/S/i MK-51064-50

18 Wheeler: American Pro EU
Trucker

EWLP

21 – Two one 21 – Two one -

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-46504M
T-46504M

c
c

21 – Two one -

JP

JPN-D

T-46504M

c

24 Heures du Mans:
Entrez dans la legende

EU

F

T-15111D-09

c

24 Horas de Le Mans:
Entra en la leyenda

EU

S

T-15111D-06

c

La 24 Ore di Le Mans:
Entra nella leggenda

EU

White Label Codes: 950-0164-50 / 952-0158-50

-

Limited edition comes in a slip case. The Regular edition of 21 seems particularly rare to find.
One of the Dorikore releases that will only be distinguished by a sticker on the wrapping.

French language release of 'Le Mans 24 Hours'

Spanish language release of 'Le Mans 24 Hours'

c

T-15111D-13

c

Die 24 Stunden von Le
EU
Mans: Erleben sie die Legende

G

T-15111D-18

c

r
r

90 Minutes: Sega
Championship Football

EU

E/F/G/S/i MK-51190-50

90 Minutes: Sega
Championship Football

EU

EWLP

-

c

r

White Label Codes: 950-0181-50 / 952-0166-50
Japanese release titled 'J-League Spectacle Soccer'

102 Dalmatas: Cachorros EU
al Rescate

S

T-36813D-06

c

Aikagi
Aikagi

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-20130M
T-20131M

c
c

r

Air
Airforce Delta
Airforce Delta

JP
NA
NA

JPN
US
BRA

T-20112M
T-9501N
197136

c
c
c

Re

Airforce Delta
Airforce Delta

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-9502M
T-9510M

c
c

Akihabara Dennou Kumi
Pata Pies!
Alice's Mom's Rescue
Alice's Mom's Rescue

JP

JPN

HDR-0019

c

WW
WW

HBW
HBW-L

AMRJP-1
AMRLE-1

c
c

Alien Front Online

NA

US-L

51171

c

Alone in the Dark:
The New Nightmare
Alone in the Dark:
The New Nightmare
Alone in the Dark:
The New Nightmare
Alone in the Dark:
The New Nightmare
Alone in the Dark:
The New Nightmare

NA

US

T-15117N

c

EU

E

T-15112D-05

c

EU

F

T-15112D-09

c

EU

G

T-15112D-18

c

EU

I/S

T-15112D-60

c

The Brazilian release can be distinguished by the mash up of Japanese and US style covers, especially
from the orange quarter circle containing the DC swirl in the bottom left of the cover.

102 Dalmatians: Puppies NA
to the Rescue
102 Dalmatians: Puppies EU
to the Rescue
102 Dalmatians: Puppies EU
to the Rescue

US

T-36803N

c

E

T-36813D-05

c

EWLP

-

c

Les 102 Dalmatiens: A La EU
Rescousse!

F

T-36813D-09

c

102 Dalmatiner, Disney's EU

G

T-36813D-18

c

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White Label Codes: 950-0145-50 / 952-0147-50

German language release of 102 Dalmatians
(The Italian version of 102 Dalmatians is listed under 'La Carica dei 102' in the C section)
The various PAL versions of 102 Dalmatians all have different discs and Instructions which adhere to their
language versions. The covers are of course different too, as the titles are all language specific.

A
HDR-0066

c

JPN
JPN

T-20107M
T-18712M

c
c

JPN-L

PIO-05202

c

Animastar
Aqua GT
Armada

JP
EU
NA

JPN
E/F/G
US

T-34101M
T-40509D-50
T-40301N

c
c
c

Army Men: Sarge's HeroesNA
Army Men: Sarge's HeroesEU
Army Men: Sarge's HeroesEU

US
D/F/G
E/I/S

T-9715N
T-9708D-51
T-9708D-61

c
c
c

Atari Anniversary Edition NA

US

T-15130N

c

Atelier Marie & Elie ~Salburg JP
no Renkinjutsushi 1 & 2~

JPN

T-44701M

c

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Late Japanese release, the standard version comes in a DVD style case, whilst the Limited edition comes
in a deeper box and includes lots of nice little extras – including a mouse mat.

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The two PAL versions of Army Men: Sarge's Heroes have the same disc, but different Manuals in the
languages listed.
Atari Anniversary Edition came with a nice Atari sticker in the case.

Comes in a larger, wider box which includes a large player's Guide.

Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 JP
Aero Dancing ft. blue impulse JP

JPN
JPN

HDR-0158
T-6802M

c
c

e

Aero Dancing: Todoroki
Taityou No Himitsu Disc

JPN

T-6803M

c

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Japanese release of the US and PAL titled release 'AeroWings'

Angel Present
JP
Angel Wish: Kimi no Egao JP
ni Chu
Angel Wish: Kimi no Egao JP
ni Chu

Despite some apparent 'PAL' reviews in magazines of the time, Armada is a US only release, and no white
label or European release was ever made.

French language release of 102 Dalmatians

JPN

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All versions of Alone in the Dark, are on 2 discs.
Each of the PAL versions of Alone in the Dark have language specific Discs and Instructions. The front
covers are all the same, with different rear covers.

Spanish language version of 102 Dalmatians

JP

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This US exclusive only ever saw a release in it's oversized box with Microphone, as far as I can tell.

c

90 Minutes includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.

JP

c
c

Dorikore version easily identifiable as it is one of the 6 Dorikore releases that has the White and Orange
bordered cover.
PAL release titled 'Deadly Skies'

German language release of 'Le Mans 24 Hours'
All versions of the PAL release of 'Le Mans 24 Hours' share the same disc, but different language related
manuals.

Advanced Daisenryaku:
Sturm uber Europa

T-18705M
T-18706M

Hucast unlicensed release. The standard release is in a Jewel case, whilst the Limited Edition is in a DVD
case with soundtrack CD.

I

Italian language release of 'Le Mans 24 Hours'

JPN
JPN-L

'Adult Novel' style game. Only difference appears to be a slightly different spine (although I'm sure there
may be something different on the inside too!)

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18 Wheeler includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.

After... ~Wasureemu Kizuna~ JP
After... ~Wasureemu Kizuna~ JP

Standard edition in DVD style case; limited edition comes with extra patch and there's an extra bit of
Japanese text beneath the title on the front cover.

One of the Dorikore releases that will only be distinguished by a sticker on the wrapping.

18 Wheeler: American Pro EU
Trucker

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Another Japanese only release, and following in the series of an updated version of Aero Dancing i.

The two PAL versions of 4 Wheel Thunder have the same disc, but different Manuals in the languages
listed.
White Label Codes: 950-0068-50 / 952-0063-50

Japanese only 3rd game in the series.

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Another Japanese release which never saw a 'standard' release as such, but which came in an oversized
box which includes a Phone strap and charms. Some sites do claim a 'standard' Jewel case release as well,
but these are from the boxed version.

Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen
Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

HDR-0015
HDR-0120

c
c

The limited release came out 2 years after the standard edition and comes with a web money card for the

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game.

quite an expensive one to get hold of, especially the D-Direct version with extras.

Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen BBJP

JPN

HDR-0121

c

Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen 2 JP
Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen 3 JP

JPN
JPN

HDR-0168
HDR-0195

c
c

Possibly just an updated version of Atsumare Guru Guru Onsen, probably with the 'BB' referring to
Broadband?

Bounty Hunter Sarah
Buggy Heat
Buggy Heat

JP
JP
EU

JPN
T-1243M
JPN
T-6801M
E/F/G/S/i MK-54040-50

c
c
c

Buggy Heat

EU

EWLP

-

c

NA
EU
EU
EU

US
E
G
D/F

T-8117N
T-8109D-05
T-8109D-18
T-8109D-59

c
c
c
c

EWLP

- (clamshell case)

c

NA

US

T-13007N

c

EU

E

T-13005D-05

c

Buggy Heat includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.

Both 2 and 3 of this series are probably more correctly titled 'Guru Guru Onsen', without the Atsumare,
however sources differ.

B

White Label Codes: 950-0016-50
Buggy Heat was released in the US as 'TNN Motorsports : Hardcore Heat'

Bust-a-Move
Bust-a-Move
Bust-a-Move
Bust-a-Move

4
4
4
4

Bakumatsu Roman DainimakuJP
Gekka no Kenshi – Final Edition
Bakumatsu Roman DainimakuJP
Gekka no Kenshi – Final Edition

JPN

T-3107M

c

JPN-O

T-47301M

c

Bakuretsu Muteki Bangaioh! JP

JPN

T-38702M

c

Baldr Force EXE
Baldr Force EXE

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-47110M
T-47110M

c
c

e
re

Buzz Lightyear of Star
Command
Buzz Lightyear of Star
Command

Bang! Gunship Elite!
Bangai-O
Bangai-O

NA
NA
EU

US
US
D/E/F/
G/I/S

T-44102N
T-40217N
T-7011D-50

c
c
c

e

C

The 3 versions of Bust-A-Move 4 in PAL regions share the same disc with different manuals.

Bust-a-Move 4
EU
Released in the US as 'The Last Blade 2'. The second release here is the 'Best Buy' budget re-release,
which has a different cover (a White colour scheme rather than the black that the original, and US release White Label Codes: 950-0067-50 / 952-0062-50
Japanese release titled 'Puzzle Bobble 4'
of Last Blade 2, share. Also known simply as 'Gekka no Kenshi – Final Edition'
Japanese release title of 'Bangai-O'

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Although not usually listed with a limited edition version, it appears that there was a Sega Direct version
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command was released as 'Captain Buzz Lightyear: Star Command' for the 3 nonwhich had the same game case, but came with a Telephone card, poster and a figure of the main Mech in English European release variants.
the game. A late DC release.
The different versions have different Discs and Instructions depending on release.

Bangai-O was the western name of the Japanese release 'Bakuretsu Muteki Bangaioh!'

Bass Rush Dream
Battle Beaster
Berserk

JP
JP
JP

JPN
JPN
JPN

T-5801M
T-43801M
T-2101M

c
c
c

BikkuriMan 2000
Biohazard 2 Value Plus

JP
JP

JPN
JPN

T-41801M
T-1214M

c
c

Released in the US and Europe as 'Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage'

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JP

JPN

T-1222M

c

JPN
JPN-L
JPN-O

T-1207M
T-1210M
T-1240M

c
c
c

NA
EU
EU

US
E/I/S
F/G

T-12504N
T-12502D-61
T-12502D-83

c
c
c

Caesar's Palace 2000

EU

Ebc

-

c

JPN

T-46513M

c

The 2 versions of Caesar's Palace 2000 share the same disc but have different instructions.

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This Ebc is one of the Promotional releases. Should have a sticker on the front, and the disc itself will have
a code starting with P and 'Promotional Copy – not for resale' printed on the inner section of the disc.

Japanese release of 'Resident Evil 2'. The value plus refers to the fact that this was a port of a PS1 game
with extra Extreme Battle mode, and probably in reference to the inclusion of the Code Veronica trial
edition disc, which is known for having a nice Sound museum mode with various tracks from Biohazard
games.

Biohazard 3 Last Escape

Caesar's Palace 2000
Caesar's Palace 2000
Caesar's Palace 2000

Cafe Little Wish Mahou
JP
no Recipe
(for 'Canary' see the entry for 'Kanaria
Candy Stripe
JP
Candy Stripe
JP

– Kono Omoide o Uta Ni Nosete')
JPN
HDR-0172
c
JPN-L
HDR-0175
c

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Limited edition comes in a larger box with a variety of extra goodies tied in with the game's nursing
theme, including a case, clipboard, pen, bandages... it's not exactly very manly, but it is a nice little set.

Cannon Spike
Cannon Spike
Cannon Spike

NA
EU
EU

US
T-1215N
E/F/G/S T-46601D-50
EWLP
-

c
c
c

e
e
re

Canvas: Motif of Sepia Color

JP
NA
EU
EU

JPN
T-20108M
US
T-1218N
E/F/G/I/S T-7017D-50
Ebc
-

c
c
c
c

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Capcom vs. SNK Millennium
Fight 2000

JP

JPN

c

Capcom vs. SNK Millennium
Fight 2000 Pro
Capcom vs. SNK Millennium
Black/Matrix Advanced Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore
Fight 2000 Pro
re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

JP

JPN

T-1247M

c

JP

JPN-D

T-1247M

c

Japanese release of 'Resident Evil 3 Nemesis'

Biohazard -CODE : Veronica- JP
Biohazard -CODE : Veronica- JP
Biohazard -CODE : Veronica- JP

Japanese release of 'Resident Evil Code : Veronica'. The Limited release comes in a red slip-case and
comes with a small red box containing a Metal card – this was for those who had pre-ordered the game.
The 'JPN-O' release is listed as 'Other' due to the fact that it is in fact a slightly different version of the
game, the equivalent of the 'Game of the Year editions' that the west now gets – it contains new FMV's
and different packaging.

(For the 'Bird Cage Kapitel' series of 6 games, see the entries for 'Grauen no
Torikago', 1 to 6)
(For 'Bitter Sweet Fools' see the first entry in the 'Simple 2000' series.)
Le Bizzarre Avventure Di JoJo EU
I
T-7007D-13
c
Italian only release of 'JoJo's Bizarre Adventure'
Same disc as the Europe-wide release.

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-20101M
T-20101M

c
c

Blue-Sky-Blue
Blue-Sky-Blue

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-23205M
T-23204M

c
c

Blue Steel Variable Formula
-Space Griffon-

JP

JPN

T-39601M

c

Blue Stinger
Blue Stinger

NA
NA

US
BRA

T-13001M
197116

c
c

Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue

JP
EU
EU
EU

JPN
F
G
E/I/S

HDR-0003
T-13001D-09
T-13001D-18
T-13001D-58

c
c
c
c

JP

JPN

HDR-0075

c

JP
JP

JPN
JPN

T-42904M
T-41802M

c
c

Boku no Tennis Jinsei
JP
Boku to Bokura no Natsu JP

JPN
JPN

T-41202M
T-19717M

c
c

Bomber Hehhe!
Bomberman Online
Border Down
Border Down
Border Down

JPN
US
JPN
JPN-L
JPN-O

T-42903M
51065
T-46703M
T-46702M
T-46702M

c
c
c
c
c

The Limited edition comes in an outer sleeve with a bundled soundtrack CD as an extra.

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The Brazilian release can be distinguished by the mash up of Japanese and US style covers, especially
from the orange quarter circle containing the DC swirl in the bottom left of the cover.

The Japanese game differs from the European and US releases, as it has a different camera system.
The 3 PAL releases of Blue Stinger have different disc and Instructions.

Blue Submarine No. 6
-Time and TideBokomu No Tatsujin
Boku Doraemon

Was originally released and then recalled.

Comes in an oversized box

JP
NA
JP
JP
JP

Capcom vs SNK
Capcom vs SNK
Capcom vs SNK

This Ebc is one of the Promotional releases. Should have a sticker on the front, and the disc itself will have
a code starting with P and 'Promotional Copy – not for resale' printed on the inner section of the disc.

T-1217M

Millennium Fight 2000 is the Japanese release title of Capcom vs SNK.

Black/Matrix Advanced
Black/Matrix Advanced

Stinger
Stinger
Stinger
Stinger

White label Codes: 950-0187-50 / 952-0177-50
Released in Japan as 'Gunspike'

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An improved version of Capcom vs SNK Millennium Fight 2000 with a couple of new characters and some
other additions. The Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore
re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

Capcom vs. SNK 2 Millionaire JP
Fighting 2001
Capcom vs. SNK 2 Millionaire JP
Fighting 2001

JPN

T-1249M

c

JPN-D

T-1249M

c

Captain Buzz Lightyear: Star EU
Command
Captain Buzz Lightyear: Star EU
Command
Captain Buzz Lightyear: Star EU
Command

F

T-13005D-09

c

G

T-13005D-18

c

I/S

T-13005D-60

c

Capcom vs SNK Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore rerelease will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper. The original Capcom vs SNK 2 release had a
limited number of copies of the Capcom Taisen Fan Disc which contains a load of extras, most in relation
to the Capcom vs SNK games, but also VMU data for other Capcom titles.

These French, German and Italian/Spanish releases, are specifically titled 'Captain Buzz Lightyear', rather
than the English release's 'Buzz Lightyear of Star Command'.

Cardcaptor Sakura -Tomoyo
No Video DaisakusenCardcaptor Sakura -Tomoyo
No Video Daisakusen-

JP

JPN

HDR-0115

c

JP

JPN-L

HDR-0132

c

Card of Destiny
Card of Destiny

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-44406M
T-44405M

c
c

La Carica dei 102: Cuccioli
alla Riscossa

EU

I

T-36813D-13

c

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The limited edition comes in a larger box and contains several extras; a clock, fork and spoon, sheets and
a plate. It's quite a nice little collection for a DC limited edition.

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E
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The Limited edition is the standard Limited release, which comes with an Audio CD. There is also another
release, the one listed as JPN-O here, which is the D-Direct release exclusive, and comes with the same
content as the Limited edition but also a Mouse Mat. One of the first 'Last ever Dreamcast releases', and

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Limited edition in double Jewel case, and has slightly different cover art than the standard, which comes
in a single jewel case.

Italian release of '102 Dalmatians'
The various PAL versions of 102 Dalmatians all have different discs and Instructions which adhere to their
language versions.

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Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier

NA
JP
EU
EU

US
JPN
E/F/G/S
EWLP

T-5701N
T-5701M
T-44901D-50
-

c
c
c
c

Castle Fantasia Seima Taisen JP
Castle Fantasia Seima Taisen JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-46901M
T-46901M

c
c

Centipede
NA
Championship Surfer
NA
Championship Surfer
EU
Championship Surfer Beta EU

US
US
E/F/G
EWLP

T-40602N
T-41403N
T-41402D-50
-

c
c
c
c

r

Chaos Field
Chaos Field

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-47801M
T-47801M

c
c

e
re

Charge
Charge
Charge
Charge

n' Blast
n' Blast
n' Blast
n' Blast

NA
JP
EU
EU

US
JPN
E/F/G/S
EWLP

T-15127N
T-4402M
T-44902D-50
-

c
c
c
c

r

Cherry Blossom
Cherry Blossom

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-37912M
T-37913N

c
c

r

Chicken Run
Chicken Run

NA
EU
EU

US
E
S

T-36811N
T-36814D-05
T-36814D-06

c
c
c

White Label Codes: 950-0136-50 / 952-0129-50

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Castle Fantasia Seima Taisen's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a
Dorikore re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

White Label Codes: 950-0151-50 / 952-0144-50

Limited edition is a Sega Direct Limited edition and comes with a bonus audio remix CD with 4 tracks

White Label Codes: 950-0137-50 / 952-0130-50

Limited edition comes in larger slip case with bonus audio CD.

Chicken Run: Evasion en la
Granja

Spanish language version of 'Chicken Run'

Chicken Run

EU

F
I

T-36814D-09
T-36814D-13

c
c

Chicken Run: Hennen Rennen EU

G

T-36814D-18

c

Chicken Run

EU

EWLP

-

c

r

Chicken Run

EU

EWLP

-

c

r

JPN

T-47107M

c

r

JPN
JPN
JPN-O

HDR-0021
T-1206M
T-1232M

c
c
c

German language version of 'Chicken Run'
The 5 versions of Chicken Run released in PAL regions all have different covers to reflect language
differences, different discs and different instructions.
White Label Codes: 950-0123-05 / 952-0115-05
English language White Label
White Label Codes: 950-0123-87 / 952-0155-87
French and German language White Label

Chocolat : Maid Cafe “Curio” JP
Also known as 'Shokora : Maid Cafe “Curio”

JP
Choukousenki Kikaioh
JP
Choukousenki Kikaioh for JP
matching service
Cho Hatsumei Boy Kanipan

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-38301M
T-38302M

c
c

Comic Party

JP

JPN-D

T-38301M

c

Confidential Mission
Confidential Mission
Confidential Mission

NA
JP
JP

US
JPN
JPN-D

51168
HDR-0160
HDR-0160

c
c
c

Confidential Mission

EU

E/F/G/S/i MK-51160-50

c

Confidential Mission

EU

EWLP

-

c

Conflict Zone – Modern
War Strategy
Conflict Zone
Conflict Zone

NA

US

T-17721N

c

EU
EU

E/F/G/S T-46603D-71
E/F/G/S T-46603D-72

c
c

Conflict Zone

EU

EWLP

-

c

Cool Boarders Burrrn
Cool Boarders Burrrn

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-36901M
T-36902M

c
c

Cool Cool Toon

JP

JPN

T-3106M

c

Cool Herders

WW

HBW

NAO16

c

Cosmic Smash

JP

JPN

HDR-0176

c

Crazy Taxi
Crazy Taxi

NA
NA

US
US-AS

51035
51035

c
c

Crazy Taxi

NA

BRA

197284

c

Crazy Taxi
Crazy Taxi

JP
EU

JPN
HDR-0053
E/F/G/S/i MK-51035-50

The Limited edition of Comic Party comes in an oversized box and contains an art book and a card game,
as well as a buildable figure. The discs in this Limited edition are also different than those in the standard,
Pink and blue in colour in the limited compared to differently designed Yellow and Blue ones for the
standard.
Comic Party's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore rerelease will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

Confidential Mission's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore
re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.
Confidential Mission includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.

Both versions of Conflict Zone have all 4 languages on the back of the case, however the -71 code has an
English and German language manual whilst the -72 code has a French and Spanish manual. The Disc for
both is the same.

JP

JPN-L

T-39403M

c

One of the Dreamcast games compatible with the Neo Geo Pocket Color link cable, enabling it to link up
with the NGPC title 'Cool Cool Jam'.
An independent, unofficial release and one of the Goat Store titles. Those who pre-ordered received a mini
poster as well.
Originally a budget game release in Japan, Cosmic Smash comes in a semi transparent DVD case.

The Sega All Stars release of Crazy Taxi. Different covers and 'Sega All Stars' on disc.

JP

JPN-O

T-39404M

c

NA
NA

US
USvar

51049
51049

c
c

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Re

This US variant is a slightly tricky one. It seems that the original releases of the game had low resolution
screenshots on the back cover, whilst later releases had these replaced with better resolution shots.
Technically, the 'variant' would be the standard resolution one.

Chu-Chu Rocket!
Chu-Chu Rocket!

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

ChuChu Rocket!
ChuChu Rocket!
ChuChu Rocket!

EU
EU
EU

E/F/G/S MK-51049-50
Ebc
MK-51049-B9
Ebc
MK-51049-B5

c
c
c

ChuChu Rocket!

EU

EWLP

-

c

r

Cleopatra Fortune
Climax Landers

JP
JP

JPN
JPN

T-16603M
HDR-0009

c
c

re

Limited edition comes in larger box with branded controller.

HDR-0039
HDR-0048

Released in Europe and North America as 'Time Stalkers'

Close To -Inori no AkaClose To -Inori no Aka-

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-19704M
T-19704M

c
c

Coaster Works
Coaster Works
Coaster Works

NA
EU
EU

US
T-15128N
E/F/G/S T-44903D-50
EWLP
-

c
c

White Label Codes: 950-0138-50 / 952-0131-50
Coaster Works is the western release title for 'Jet Coaster Dream'

c

r
RE

NA
NA

US
BRA

51136
(unknown)

c
c

Crazy Taxi 2
Crazy Taxi 2
Crazy Taxi 2
Crazy Taxi 2

JP
JP
EU
EU

JPN
JPN-D
E/F/G/S
EWLP

HDR-0159
HDR-0213
MK-51136-50
-

c
c
c
c

CR Hissatsu Shigotonin
Culdcept II
Culdcept II

JP
JP
JP

JPN
JPN
JPN-D

T-45801M
T-43903M
T-43903M

c
c
c

Cyber Angel Mahjong Battle
Shangri-La
Cyber Angel Mahjong Battle
Shangri-La - Tokukore

JP

JPN

T-40801M

c

Not listed on many sources, there is nevertheless pictorial evidence of it's existence on the Tec Toy wiki
page. Not being fluent in Portuguese, it's hard to work out whether this did get an actual release, or
whether it's a custom made job. Very few other sources online list this, so I'm edging towards it not being
a legitimate release, but have listed it here due to not having concrete proof either way.

White Label Codes: 950-0158-50 / 952-0153-50

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Culdcept II's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore rerelease will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.
Also more properly known as 'Culdcept Second'

Close To 's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore re-release
will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

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Crazy Taxi 2
Crazy Taxi 2

The 2 Ebc's of ChuChu Rocket in Europe both come with Dreamkey 1.5 (and this is indicated in the top
JP
JPN-O
T-40803M
right of the covers), and are in standard PAL cases. The B9 appears to be a French bundle copy (possibly
with French consoles) and the B5 would, following the coding system, probably be a similar version for UK 'Other' Version subtitled 'Toku-kore', which seems to be a budget label re-release
consoles. Both, however, have the same 4 language blurbs on the back cover as the standard.
White Label Codes: 950-0046-50 / 952-0044-50

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The Brazilian release can be distinguished by the mash up of Japanese and US style covers, especially
from the orange quarter circle containing the DC swirl in the bottom left of the cover.

On sale for just 10 days back in 1999, Christmas Seaman was available as part of the Christmas Seaman
limited edition Dreamcast or through Sega Direct. It consists of a slip case containing 2 separate disc
cases, one for sending messages and one for receiving messages. It's not really a 'game', and the servers
have long gone, but at the time it would of allowed you to receive or send gifts with Seaman. Also
contains some stickers. The receiving disc (also called Present disc) has a separate code (T-39404M), and
was available on it's own via Sega Direct (and is listed below).

Christmas Seaman
Present Disc
Chu Chu Rocket!
Chu Chu Rocket!

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Dorikore version easily identifiable as it is one of the 6 Dorikore releases that has the White and Orange
bordered cover.
US version is titled 'Rippin' Riders', the PAL version is titled 'Snow Surfers'

The JPN-O release is a re-released version of the original with online play – one of Capcom's 'for matching Crazy Taxi includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.
service' titles.
Crazy Taxi
EU
EWLP
This is the Japanese release of what western gamers know as 'Tech Romancer'.
White Label Codes: 950-0034-50 / 952-0031-50

Christmas Seaman

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White Label Codes: 950-0157-50 / 952-0152-50
There was an unofficial pack released by the European Sega distributor BigBen which bundled a copy of
the game with a Mad Catz lightgun. As far as I know though, there was no difference to the actual game
packaging at all and there wasn't anything special about the bundle packing either (so no House of the
Dead 2 outer box like pack)

White Label Codes: 950-0189-50 / 952-0179-50

Chicken Run: Galline in Fuga EU
Italian language version of 'Chicken Run'

Comic Party
Comic Party

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(For ' Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Oratorio Tangram' see the entry for 'Virtual-On
Oratorio Tangram')

D

D2

NA

US

51036

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D no Shokutaku 2

JP

JPN

T-30006M

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D no Shokutaku 2

JP

JPN-L

T-30003M

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D no Shokutaku 2

JP

JPN-L

T-30004M

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D no Shokutaku 2

JP

JPN-L

T-30005M

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US release title of 'D no Shokutaku 2'

Standard Japanese release of D no Shokutaku 2

The 'Bliss' limited edition first print release, with a translucent cover and the same 2000 AD calender that
the others have.
The 'Hope' limited edition first print release, with a chromium, light metallic blue cover and the same 2000
AD calender that the others have.

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The 'Eclipse' limited edition first print release, with a black cover and the same 2000 AD calender that the
others have.
The 3 limited edition versions of D no Shokutaku 2 are all limited edition, first print releases with 3
different covers. The games themselves are identical, with only the covers differing.

Dabitsuku

JP

JPN

HDR-0084

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Dabitsuku 2

JP

JPN

HDR-0167

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Daisessen

JP
JP

JPN
JPN

T-35403M
T-9506M

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JPN

T-9508M

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JPN

T-9504M

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also known as 'Darby Tsuku'
also known as 'Darby Tsuku 2'

Dance Dance Revolution 2nd
Mix Dreamcast Edition
Dance Dance Revolution Club JP
Version Dreamcast Edition
Dancing Blade Katteni Momo JP
Tenshi Kanzenban
Dancing Blade Katteni Momo JP
Tenshi II

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

NA
EU
EU
EU
EU

JPN

T-9505M

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US
E
G
D/F
I/S

T-8120N
T-8120D-05
T-8120D-18
T-8120D-59
T-8120D-60

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EWLP

-(clamshell case)

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White Label Codes: 950-0130-50 / 952-0122-50
As an Acclaim release, this white label release comes in a clamshell case.

51037
(unknown)

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US
BRA

Daytona USA 2001
Daytona USA 2001

JP
EU

JPN
HDR-0106
E/F/G/S/i MK-51037-50

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Daytona USA 2001

EU

EWLP

-

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Dead or Alive 2
Dead or Alive 2

NA
NA

US
BRA

T-3601N
197120

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Dead or Alive 2

JP

JPN

T-3602M

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Dead or Alive 2

JP

JPN-L

T-3601M

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Dead or
Dead or
Dead or
Dead or

2
2
2
2

EU
EU
EU
EU

E
G
D/F
I/S

T-8116D-05
T-8116D-18
T-8116D-59
T-8116D-60

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Dead or Alive 2

EU

EWLP

(blue)(clamshell)

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Dead or Alive 2

EU

EWLP

(silver)(clamshell)

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Dead or Alive 2

EU

Ebc

- (clamshell case)

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Not listed on many sources, the Brazilian release of Daytona USA is certainly not clear. In fact, there
appears to be a single solitary picture on the internet of it, and this doesn't show the back cover, and
those sites that do list it as released (inevitably Portuguese language sites) have very little information,
including a lack of any sort of serial code. Nevertheless, I'm including it here until definitive proof of it's
non-existence can be established. Suffice to say, if it does exist, it's going to be a very rare one indeed.

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White Label Codes: 950-0156-50 / 952-0151-50
Daytona USA 2001 and Daytona USA are the same game; the North American release simply drops the
2001 from the title.

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The Brazilian release can be distinguished by the mash up of Japanese and US style covers, especially
from the orange quarter circle containing the DC swirl in the bottom left of the cover.
Bonus section differs from the European and US releases (which, unusually for a Japanese developed
game, saw a DC release in the west before Japan).
This limited edition is on a picture disc and includes extra content.

Alive
Alive
Alive
Alive

White Label Codes: 950-0078-50 / 952-0073-50
'Blue' refers to the White Label disc with Blue text, 'Silver', refers to the one with silver (or cut out)text.
Both White Labels and the Ebc come in the same clamshell case, with the only distinction being on the
back cover, where the Bundle copy box has 'Bundle' rather than 'Promotion'. The Bundle copy however,
also comes with a standard PAL disc rather than a white label.

Deadly Skies
Deadly Skies

EU
EU

D/E/S
F/G/I

T-9501D-76
T-9501D-77

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JP
NA
JP
NA
EU
EU
EU

JPN
US
JPN
US
E/I/S
G
F

T-23201M
T-2401N
T-23202M
T-17705N
T-17704D-61
T-17704D-18
T-17704D-09

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Dejiko No Maibura

JP

JPN

T-44601M

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De La Jet Set Radio
De La Jet Set Radio

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

HDR-0186
HDR-0128

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De La Jet Set Radio

JP

JPN-D

HDR-0212

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Deep Fighter comes on 2 discs.
The 3 versions have separate discs and Instruction booklets.

JPN

T-1102M

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deSpiria
Di Gi Charat Fantasy
Di Gi Charat Fantasy

JPN
JPN
JPN-L

JP
JP
JP

T-14402M
T-46301M
T-46301M

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(For 'Digital Keiba Shinbun Maitorakkuman' see the entry for 'My Trackman')
Dino Crisis
NA
US
T-1217N
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Dino Crisis
JP
JPN
T-1220M
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Dino Crisis
EU
E
T-7019D-05
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Dino Crisis
EU
S
T-7019D-06
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Dino Crisis
EU
F
T-7019D-09
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Dino Crisis
EU
I
T-7019D-13
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Dino Crisis
EU
G
T-7019D-18
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The 5 PAL regions of Dino Crisis have different Discs and Instruction booklets.

Dino Crisis

EU

Ebc

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(For 'Disney/Pixar's Buzz Lightyear of Star Command' see the entry for 'Buzz
Lightyear of Star Command')
(For 'Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2 – Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue' see the entry
for ''Toy Story 2')
Disney's Dinosaur
NA
US
T-17717N
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Disney's Dinosaur
EU
F
T-17718D-09
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Disney's Dinosaur
EU
E/F/G/I/S T-17718D-84
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Disney's Dinosaur
EU
E/F/G/I/S T-17718D-99
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The -84 and -99 releases are both multilingual in the 5 main DC European languages. As far as I can tell,
there's no difference between them as they share the same Disc and Instructions. There also may be a
release with a -09 code which would denote a French only release, although info on this is sketchy.

Disney's Dinosaur

EU

White Label Codes: 950-0104-50 / 952-0098-50
Sometimes referred to simply as 'Dinosaur'

EWLP

-

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(For 'Disney's Donald Duck Quack Attack' see the entry for ''Donald Duck Quack
Attack')
Dogu Senki -HaohJP
JPN
T-9101M
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Doki Doki Idol Star Seeker JP
JPN
T-46701M
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Remix
Donald Duck Goin' Quackers NA
US
T-17719N
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Donald Couak Attack
EU
F/I/S/d/e T-17714D-75
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Donald Duck Quack Attack

EU

D/E/G/f/i T-17714D-05
s
D/E/G/f/i T-17714D-74
s

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Donald Duck Quack Attack

EU

Dousoukai 2 Again & Refrain JP
Dousoukai 2 Again & Refrain JP

JPN
JPN-D

T-20113M
T-20113M

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Draconus : Cult of the Wyrm NA

US

T-40203M

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Dragon Riders: Chronicles of NA
Pern
Dragon Riders: Chronicles of EU
Pern
Dragon Riders: Chronicles of EU
Pern

US

T-17720M

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G/I

T-17716D-62

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D/E/F

T-17716D-91

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Dragon Riders: Chronicles of EU
Pern

EWLP

-

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Dragon's Blood
Dragon's Blood

EU
EU

E/I/S
F/G

T-12503D-61
T-12503D-83

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Dragon's Blood

EU

Ebc

-

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Dream Flyer

JP

JPN

HDR-0042

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Dream In Pandra's Box
Dream In Pandra's Box

JP
JP

JPN
JPN-L

T-20120M
T-20119M

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There appears to be absolutely no difference between these 2 versions other than the coding being
different.
All 3 versions of Donald Duck, including the French/Italian/Spanish one, have the same instructions and
Disc but the French/Italian/Spanish release has a differently titled cover.

Dousoukai 2 Again & Refrain's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a
Dorikore re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.

Deadly Skies is the European release title for the game titled 'Airforce Delta' in both Japan and the US.
Both PAL versions of Deadly Skies share the same disc and have different Instruction booklets.

Death Crimson 2
Death Crimson OX
Death Crimson OX
Deep Fighter
Deep Fighter
Deep Fighter
Deep Fighter

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This is the French/Italian/Spanish release of 'Donald Duck Quack Attack'. From what I can tell, the only
differences between the versions is the cover itself, which has the different title.

All PAL versions of Dead or Alive 2 share the same disc but have different Instruction booklets.
White Label Codes: 950-0055-50 / 952-0052-50

T-15112N
T-14305M

This Ebc is one of the Promotional releases. Should have a sticker on the front, and the disc itself will have
a code starting with P and 'Promotional Copy – not for resale' printed on the inner section of the disc.

NA
NA

Daytona USA 2001 includes Italian instructions in the booklet, but not on the rear cover.

US
JPN

Limited edition of Di Gi Charat fantasy comes in a larger box and includes an extra disc as well as a
calender and a VMU.

Daytona USA
Daytona USA

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Denpashonenteki
JP
Kenshoseikatsu Soft Nasubi
No Heya
Densya De Go 2!
JP
Kousoku-hen 3000 Bandai
Demolition Racer – No Exit

Although the only game compatible with the Densha De Go controller, this was only released on it's own
and not in any form of pack with the controller.
Also known simply as 'Densya De Go 2!' or 'Densha De Go 2!'

The Italian/Spanish release of Dave Mirra is one of the titles with no actual code on the spine. On the rear
cover, the code seems to indicate an Italian release (-13), but this is both Spanish and Italian.
All PAL versions of Dave Mirra share the same disc but have different Instruction booklets.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX EU

anything, it would be the original Jet Set Radio releases in Japan that would be separated from the other
releases.

The US version of 'Dragon's Blood'

The 2 versions of Dragon Riders share the same disc but have separate Instruction booklets.

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White Label Codes: 950-0184-50 / 952-0175-50

More of a software release with many internet features based around the ''Di Gi Charat' (also known as
Dejiko) manga/Anime.

The 2 versions of Dragon's Blood share the same disc but have separate Instruction booklets.

RE

This D-direct limited edition is a highly sought after release. Coming in a larger package, it also contains a This Ebc is one of the Promotional releases. Should have a sticker on the front, and the disc itself will have
a code starting with P and 'Promotional Copy – not for resale' printed on the inner section of the disc.
T-shirt.
Dragon's Blood is the European release title for the US release 'Draconus : Cult of the Wyrm'
De La Jet Set Radio's Dorikore release is one of the many where the only indication of it being a Dorikore
re-release will be from a sticker on the front of the wrapper.
De La Jet Set Radio is the Japanese re-release (which includes the content from the western releases) of
Jet Set Radio. The Front covers of De La Jet Set radio is most obviously distinguished from the original
JSR release by the appearance of Gum rather than Beat. I'm not listing De La Jet Set Radio as a separate
entry for the 'Single Game Checklist', due to the similarities with the Western releases. In effect, if

Not strictly a game; an e-mail program which allows you to use sounds and images from various Sega and
Dreamcast titles

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Limited edition comes in larger box and contains a mini picture in frame, mini canvas and a mini easel.

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