Players who have had the pleasure of playing the original PowerStone know that it was pure fighting chaos. One or two players would run around, trying to collect three power stones, which would turn them into superhuman punishment machines, while everything from tables to submachine guns were available as weapons. It was fast-paced and a lot of fun. Now, picture all of the aforementioned stuff, but with up to four players battling at once, and you've just described PowerStone 2 for Dreamcast. There's still a one-player mode, but it's Power Stone 2's multiplayer mode that truly makes it worth the price of admission. The levels are larger this time around, to accommodate the wilder action, and there are Mario Party-style mini-games that pop up smack in the middle of battles. Graphics are beautiful, and the characters are cute and colourful. A couple of hidden characters add to the game's replay value.