From Sega Retro
|Publisher: Sega (US), Infogrames Multimedia (EU)|
|Developer: Infogrames North America|
|Distributor: Infogrames North America (US)|
|System(s): Sega Dreamcast|
|Peripherals supported: Jump Pack, Visual Memory Unit|
|Number of players: 1|
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The Dreamcast Slave Zero is converted from an earlier PC version, which at the time was well received by the gaming press, however it makes many compromises for the Dreamcast hardware which results in a noticably inferior game. Graphical fidelity and frame rates take a hit, and the Dreamcast controller's analogue stick is far less accurate than the mouse controls the game was designed for.
- Main article: Slave Zero/Magazine articles.
#3: "Mars/Avril 2000" (2000-xx-xx)
|Sega Retro Average|
| Based on|
- Press release: 1999-11-17: Infogrames North America Sends Slave Zero Stomping Onto Sega Dreamcast and the PC; The Highly Anticipated Giant Robot Game Shoots Into Stores This Week
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 06.pdf, page 62
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 09.pdf, page 17
- File:Arcade UK 17.pdf, page 96
- File:ConsolesMax FR 11.pdf, page 111
- File:ROD ES 03.pdf, page 58