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Friday, July 07, 2000
Interview with ACCESSION Group


CDRINFO does it again and presents you the first (even small) interview with the ACCESSION group, which enters the DC scene today their first release called "SNOW SURFERS":

"...We are proud to present our first dreamcast release that works on both PAL and NTSC systems. 3D snow circuits feature interactive scenery (look out for sheep and avalanches) with multiple hidden routes to discover. Six boarders to choose from with each beingrated in six categories: jump, technique, power, balence, quicknessand maximum speed.

- One or two players
- Free Ride, Super Pipe and Match Race
- Six tracks to unlock
- Hidden tracks, routes and characters
- Visual Memory unit compatible
- Vibration Pack compatible
- Works with RGB/SCART cable.
- VGA adaptor NOT supported.
- Backround music/soundtrack was ripped..."



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