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    Buy It Now: http://www.sega.com/pc/catalog/SegaSportsProduct.jhtml?PRODID=798
    
    Sega Sports Tennis 2K2 FAQ type IX / Dreamcast version
    Composed by: z'Alai -- http://www.zalai.com/
    
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    | |          Contents:         |
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     JUST SO YOU KNOW
     CONTROLS
     PLAYERS
     RACKETS
     COURTS
     CHANGES SINCE VIRTUA TENNIS
     ASKED QUESTIONS
     THANKS
     NO THANKS
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    | |      Just so you know:     |
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    ()    1-4 Players
    ()    Arcade Stick
    ()    Standard Controller
    ()    Jump Pack compatible
    ()    VMU compatible / 4 blocks
    ()    VGA Box
    
    Publisher:    Sega of America  -- http://www.sega.com/index.jhtml
    Developer:    Hitmaker         -- http://www.hitmaker.co.jp/
    Release Date: October 23, 2001
    Genre:        Sports           -- http://www.segasports.com/
    Platform:     Dreamcast        -- http://www.sega.com/games/dreamcast/home_dreamcast.jhtml
    ESRB Rating:  Everyone (E)     -- http://www.esrb.org/
    Net Support:  No
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    | |          Controls:         |
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    D-Pad/Analog Thumb Pad/Joystick        Move player/Move ball
    A Button [A/C Button]                  Topspin shot
    B Button                               Slice shot
    X Button                               Lob shot
    Y Button                               Change viewpoints (1 Player mode)
    L/R Trigger [Z Button]                 COM partner instruction (doubles)
    START button                           Pause game / Jump into the game
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    | |          Players:          |
    |//
     
    Patrick Rafter [AUS]                   Venus Williams [USA]
    Height: 6'1" (185cm)                   Height: 6'1" (185cm)
    Weight: 1190lbs (86kg)                 Weight: 160lbs (72kg)
    Date of Birth: December 28, 1972       Date of Birth: June 17, 1980
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Serve & Volley                   Type: All-Around Player
    
    Tim Henman [GBR]                       Serena Williams [USA]
    Height: 6'1" (185cm)                   Height: 5'10" (178cm)
    Weight: 170lbs (77kg)                  Weight: 145lbs (66kg)
    Date of Birth: September 8, 1974       Date of Birth: September 26, 1981
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Serve & Volley                   Type: Powerful Strokes
    
    Cedric Pioline [FRA]                   Lindsay Davenport [USA]
    Height: 6'2" (187cm)                   Height: 6'2" (189cm)
    Weight: 175lbs (79kg)                  Weight: 175lbs (97kg)
    Date of Birth: June 15, 1969           Date of Birth: June 8, 1976
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: All-Around Player                Type: All-Around Player
    
    Yevgeny Kafelnikov [RUS]               Monica Seles [USA]
    Height: 6'3" (190cm)                   Height: 5'10" (179cm)
    Weight: 185lbs (84kg)                  Weight: 154lbs (70kg)
    Date of Birth: February 18, 1974       Date of Birth: December 2, 1973
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Left-handed
    Type: All-Around Player                Type: Hard Hitter
    
    Tommy Haas [GER]                       Mary Pierce [FRA]
    Height:  6'2" (187cm)                  Height: 5'10" (178cm)
    Weight: 182lbs (82kg)                  Weight: 150lbs (68kg)
    Date of Birth: April 3, 1978           Date of Birth: January 15, 1975
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Strong Forehand                  Type: Strong Forearm
    
    Thomas Enqvist [SWE]                   Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario [ESP]
    Height: 6'3" (190cm)                   Height: 5'6" (169cm)
    Weight: 192lbs (87kg)                  Weight: 123lbs (56kg)
    Date of Birth: March 13, 1974          Date of Birth: December 18, 1971
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Strong Backhand                  Type: Various Shots
    
    Magnus Norman [SWE]                    Jelena Dokic [YUG]
    Height: 6'2" (187cm)                   Height: 5'9" (175cm)
    Weight: 198lbs (89kg)                  Weight: 132lbs (60kg)
    Date of Birth: May 30, 1976            Date of Birth: April 12, 1983
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Fast Runner                      Type: Fast Runner
    
    Carlos Moya [ESP]                      Alexandra Stevenson [USA]
    Height: 6'3" (190cm)                   Height: 6'1" (185cm)
    Weight: 177lbs (80kg)                  Weight: 156lbs (71kg)
    Date of Birth: August 27, 1976         Date of Birth: December 15, 1980
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Powerful Strokes                 Type: Strong Backhand
    
    King                                   Queen
    Height: N/A                            Height: N/A
    Weight: N/A                            Weight: N/A
    Date of Birth: N/A                     Date of Birth: N/A
    Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed      Preferred Hand Type: Right-handed
    Type: Master                           Type: Master
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    | |          Rackets:          |
    |//
     
    NAME                   |  HEAD SIZE  |  LENGTH  |  WEIGHT  |  PRICE
    ||||
    St-WH                  |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 1,000
    St-BK                  |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 1,000
    St-SV                  |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 1,000
    St-BL                  |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 1,000
    St-RD                  |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 1,000
    St.Pro-110             |  110sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.7oz  | $ 5,000
    =====================================================================
    Hyper Carbon 280       |  109sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.8oz  | $ 8,000
    CC-113H                |  113sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.9oz  | $10,000
    H2H-125                |  125sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  10.1oz  | $11,000
    MBS-96H                |   96sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   9.6oz  | $12,000
    DDX 275                |  134sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  11.4oz  | $13,000
    ZH-280                 |  116sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   9.8oz  | $14,000
    =====================================================================
    Maximum-G 111          |  111sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   8.5oz  | $20,000
    Ms.F-92                |   92sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   9.2oz  | $21,000
    MB-124H                |  124sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  10.2oz  | $22,000
    HD.Pro-503             |  129sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  11.2oz  | $23,000
    VonT 268               |  104sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   9.4oz  | $24,000
    CW-305                 |  128sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  10.7oz  | $25,000
    =====================================================================
    TGW.Pro-112            |  112sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  10.0oz  | $40,000
    3DY.H300               |  123sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  10.4oz  | $41,000
    Tornado.M270           |   91sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   9.7oz  | $42,000
    G.AX 98                |   98sq.in.  |  26.5in. |   8.2oz  | $43,000
    Double H.Ti 312        |  131sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  11.0oz  | $44,000
    Ultralite 88           |   88sq.in.  |  26.5in. |   8.9oz  | $45,000
    =====================================================================
    DoubleX 108Ti          |  108sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   8.5oz  | $80,000
    TripleZ 99Ti           |   99sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   8.1oz  | $82,000
    Ti-Power 127           |  127sq.in.  |  28.0in. |   8.9oz  | $84,000
    HW-265 Ti              |  117sq.in.  |  27.0in. |   9.3oz  | $86,000
    Extreme Ti 1000        |  123sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  10.1oz  | $88,000
    St-98 Classic XC       |   98sq.in.  |  27.0in. |  11.4oz  | $90,000
    =====================================================================
    Power-L3G              |  135sq.in.  |  28.5in. |  11.8oz  |   N/A
    Hi-Guard 89            |   89sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  10.3oz  |   N/A
    Lite 2000              |   86sq.in.  |  28.0in. |   8.7oz  |   N/A
    Octex Ti 235           |   95sq.in.  |  28.0in. |   8.2oz  |   N/A
    Big Spoon 297c         |  124sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  10.4oz |   N/A
    Air Razor 230Ti        |   97sq.in.  |  27.5in. |   8.1oz  |   N/A
    Sharpness F285         |  122sq.in.  |  28.5in. |  11.3oz  |   N/A
    Super Classic.150i     |   85sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  11.1oz  |   N/A
    Super Classic.160a     |   86sq.in.  |  27.5in. |  11.6oz  |   N/A
    King Stinger 85        |   85sq.in.  |  28.0in. |  11.2oz  |   N/A
    HEAD i.S18 chip system |  120sq.in.  |  28.0in. |   8.2oz  |   N/A
    HEAD i.Radical OS      |  107sq.in.  |  27.0in. |  10.3oz  |   N/A
    =====================================================================
    DISC SHOOTER           |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    PIN CRASHER            |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    STOMP MAN              |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    ALIEN FORCE            |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    PRIZE SNIPER           |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    DANGER FLAGS           |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    TANK ATTACK            |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    BULL'S EYE             |      ?      |     ?    |     ?    |   N/A
    
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    STAGE 1: Paris, France               STAGE 2: New York, USA
          SURFACE ------- CLAY                 SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 15,000               CAPACITY ------ 22,000
          TEMPERATURE --- 61F/16C            TEMPERATURE --- 68F/20C
          HUMIDITY ------ 72%                  HUMIDITY ------ 67%
          TIME ---------- 3:40 PM              TIME ---------- 8:23 PM
    
    STAGE 3: Melbourne, Australia        STAGE 4: London, Great Britain
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- GRASS
          CAPACITY ------ 21,000               CAPACITY ------ 13,000
          TEMPERATURE --- 86F/29C            TEMPERATURE --- 62F/16C
          HUMIDITY ------ 59%                  HUMIDITY ------ 78%
          TIME ---------- 12:17 PM             TIME ---------- 11:07 AM
    
    STAGE 5: Tokyo, Japan                STAGE 6: Los Angeles, USA
          SURFACE ------- CARPET               SURFACE ------- CARPET
          CAPACITY ------ 2,500                CAPACITY ------ 19,500
          TEMPERATURE --- 49F/10C            TEMPERATURE --- 68F/20C
          HUMIDITY ------ 56%                  HUMIDITY ------ 67%
          TIME ---------- 7:41 PM              TIME ---------- 7:52 PM
    
    STAGE 7: Stockholm, Sweden           STAGE 8: Berlin, Germany
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 18,000               CAPACITY ------ 15,000
          TEMPERATURE --- 61F/16C            TEMPERATURE --- 59F/15C
          HUMIDITY ------ 75%                  HUMIDITY ------ 64%
          TIME ---------- 1:23 PM              TIME ---------- 2:55 PM
    
    STAGE 9: Singapore                   STAGE 10: Moscow, Russia
          SURFACE ------- GRASS                SURFACE ------- CARPET
          CAPACITY ------ 18,000               CAPACITY ------ 14,500
          TEMPERATURE --- 79F/26C            TEMPERATURE --- 59F/15C
          HUMIDITY ------ 83%                  HUMIDITY ------ 60%
          TIME ---------- 6:35 PM              TIME ---------- 7:23 PM
    
    STAGE 11: Barcelona, Spain           STAGE 12: Hong Kong, China
          SURFACE ------- CLAY                 SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 16,000               CAPACITY ------ 950
          TEMPERATURE --- 60F/16C            TEMPERATURE --- 60F/15C
          HUMIDITY ------ 67%                  HUMIDITY ------ 66%
          TIME ---------- 11:15 AM             TIME ---------- 6:37 PM
    
    STAGE 13: Hong Kong, China           STAGE 14: Doha, Qatar
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- CLAY
          CAPACITY ------ 950                  CAPACITY ------ 4,000
          TEMPERATURE --- 83F/28C            TEMPERATURE --- 79F/26C
          HUMIDITY ------ 80%                  HUMIDITY ------ 61%
          TIME ---------- 11:29 AM             TIME ---------- 7:48 PM
    
    STAGE 15: Doha, Qatar                STAGE 16: Miami, USA
          SURFACE ------- CLAY                 SURFACE ------- GRASS
          CAPACITY ------ 4,000                CAPACITY ------ 5,500
          TEMPERATURE --- 93F/33C            TEMPERATURE --- 79F/26C
          HUMIDITY ------ 59%                  HUMIDITY ------ 73%
          TIME ---------- 3:32 PM              TIME ---------- 1:21 PM
    
    STAGE 17: Miami, USA                 STAGE 18: Cape Town, South Africa
          SURFACE ------- GRASS                SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 5,500                CAPACITY ------ 2,000
          TEMPERATURE --- 79F/26C            TEMPERATURE --- 66F/19C
          HUMIDITY ------ 78%                  HUMIDITY ------ 72%
          TIME ---------- 6:43 PM              TIME ---------- 12:25 PM
    
    STAGE 19: Cape Town, South Africa    STAGE 20: Gold Coast, Australia
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 2,000                CAPACITY ------ 150
          TEMPERATURE --- 64F/18C            TEMPERATURE --- 81F/27C
          HUMIDITY ------ 71%                  HUMIDITY ------ 76%
          TIME ---------- 7:14 PM              TIME ---------- 12:09 PM
    
    STAGE 21: Gold Coast, Australia      STAGE 22: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- HARD
          CAPACITY ------ 150                  CAPACITY ------ 800
          TEMPERATURE --- 76F/24C            TEMPERATURE --- 84F/29C
          HUMIDITY ------ 64%                  HUMIDITY ------ 81%
          TIME ---------- 7:27 PM              TIME ---------- 2:36 PM
    
    STAGE 23  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil     STAGE 24: Casablanca, Morocco
          SURFACE ------- HARD                 SURFACE ------- CLAY
          CAPACITY ------ 800                  CAPACITY ------ 350
          TEMPERATURE --- 78F/25C            TEMPERATURE --- 60F/15C
          HUMIDITY ------ 77%                  HUMIDITY ------ 73%
          TIME ---------- 6:01 PM              TIME ---------- 3:47 PM
    
    STAGE 25: Casablanca, Morocco        STAGE 26: Vancouver, Canada
          SURFACE ------- CLAY                 SURFACE ------- GRASS
          CAPACITY ------ 350                  CAPACITY ------ 300
          TEMPERATURE --- 72F/22C            TEMPERATURE --- 57F/14C
          HUMIDITY ------ 70%                  HUMIDITY ------ 79%
          TIME ---------- 6:12 PM              TIME ---------- 2:20 PM
    
    STAGE 27: Vancouver, Canada          STAGE 28: COURT OF THE KING
          SURFACE ------- GRASS                SURFACE ------- CARPET
          CAPACITY ------ 300                  CAPACITY ------ 3,500
          TEMPERATURE --- 60F/15C            TEMPERATURE --- 82F/27C
          HUMIDITY ------ 76%                  HUMIDITY ------ 83%
          TIME ---------- 11:56 AM             TIME ---------- 3:11 PM
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    | |Changes since Virtua Tennis:|
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     /===========================================|
    |/////##### TOP 5 GOOD DIFFERENCES #####/////|
    |===========================================/
    
    1.    Visuals (fluid player animations) and sounds
    2.    Women players
    3.    Creating players/deep World Tour mode
    4.    Twenty-eight gorgeous courts
    5.    A lot less diving/quicker recovery from diving
    
     /==========================================|
    |/////##### TOP 5 BAD DIFFERENCES #####/////|
    |==========================================/
    
    1.    Not-so-hot electronica music instead of progressive rock music
    2.    Doubles partner A.I. does not always want to win
    3.    Lob shots [X Button] are rather useless
    4.    Unable to change apparel/rackets for Tournament and Exhibition games
    5.    Unable to play against King/Queen if playing as King and/or Queen
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    | |      Asked Questions:      |
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    Q. ARE MASTER AND KING IN THE GAME?
    A. MASTER is not, but King sure is, and so is his lover, Queen. Both of them
       are extremely brutal (and quick). To play against them, you must go through
       every round without losing a match (losing a game is okay). To put it simply,
       you can only get up to them if you win every match without continuing at all.
       As you may have guessed, doing so with a male, single player will put you up
       against King, and doing so with a female, single player will put you up against
       Queen.
    
    Q. I BEAT THE GAME AND GOT KING AND QUEEN, BUT THEY SUCK! WHY?
    A. Upon first beating the them, you acquire them as secret characters: King and Queen.
       However, both characters will be on LV. 1. Every time you beat King and/or Queen
       after that, their level will go up by one (no matter what difficulty level).
    
    Q. WHAT ARE ANNA KOURNIKOVA'S STATS? I WANT TO CREATE HER AS A PLAYER.
    A. You're not alone. (NOTE: This is from Anna Kournikova's OFFICIAL Web site):
           Birthdate:   June 7, 1981
           Birthplace:  Moscow, Russia
           Residence:   Miami, Florida, USA
           Height:      5'8" (1.73 m)
           Weight:      123lbs (56kg)
           Plays:       Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
           Status:      Pro (October 1995)
       No, she's not married.
    
    Q. Asked first by James:
            WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO GET MORE STUFF IN THE SHOP OR OPEN UP OTHER SHOPS?
    A. All you need to do is play more matches. You dont even need to buy everything in
       an existing tennis shop to open a new one. From my experience, Ive always found
       shops to open after winning some matches LV. 2 and higher. Unfortunately, shops
       don't alter their inventories as you progress, so keep an eye out for new locations.
       There are five shops total: CARIBOU, EQUATOR, ICEBERG, NOMAD, and STATUE. The
       rackets listed from the above section are categorized in shop order from top to
       bottom.
    
    Q. Asked first by actor317:
            WHAT TIME DO I NEED TO CLEAR A TRAINING EXERCISE TO GET ITS HIDDEN RACKET?
    A. I don't have an absolute answer for this one; however, I know it's different
       from VIRTUA TENNIS (before the time limit numbers turn red). Of course, not every
       Training Mode has a time limit. For the ones that do, you may have to complete
       the exercise with over five (I had no idea what times I got since I was aiming
       for building levels, not for getting rackets.), and if not five, then ten seconds
       remaining. Keep in mind that the Training Mode must be on LV. 4 in order to get
       its hidden racket. So basically, my guesses are:
           DISC SHOOTER: Finish with four balls remaining
           PIN CRASHER:  Finish with a score of 150
           STOMP MAN:    Get all cans
           ALIEN FORCE:  Finish with five or more seconds remaining
           PRIZE SNIPER: Finish with a score of 10,000 points or more
           DANGER FLAGS: Get all flags without getting hit
           TANK ATTACK:  Finish with five or more seconds remaining
           BULL'S EYE:   Finish with a score of 12,000 points or more
    
    Q. Asked first by Fuchs (fuchs@g-trans.de):
            DOES IT MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE IF I WEAR A SHOE THAT IS GOOD FOR CARPET WHILE
       PLAYING ON A CARPET COURT? IS IT BAD IF I WEAR A SHOE THAT'S GOOD FOR CARPET WHILE
       PLAYING ON A GRASS COURT?
    A. I have yet to notice a significant difference with the surface-specific shoes. I
       usually keep the FOR CARPET shoes on just for playing against King and Queen in
       EXHIBITION mode. Again, I don't see how it helps, but if it's "FOR CARPET," then
       it's for carpet; and neither of my created players have broken ankles from wearing
       FOR CARPET shoes on a clay surface, so whatever. If anything, I guess it helps with
       direction turning.
    
    Q. Asked first by Dan "TO THE MAX!!!" Smafield (swirlz@mindspring.com):
            WHAT DOES YOUR SECTION 'NO THANKS' MEAN? THAT IS CONFUSING TO SOMEONE WITH
       AS LOW OF AN INTELLIGENCE AS I.
    A. Uh, thanks... The NO THANKS section is for the people who I would rather not
       give thanks to regarding TENNIS 2K2. Pieter Tinbergen, quite possibly the worst
       player from VIRTUA TENNIS, gets no thanks just because he was the worst player
       in VIRTUA TENNIS. No thanks to the people that tested this game. They obviously
       didnt spend enough time doing so. Whats with not always being able to play with
       both VMU players in a doubles match? Theres often a players cursor that just
       moves past the VMU icon. So, you have to sometimes start a doubles game with
       computers using your VMU characters, and have the other player(s) JUMP INTO THE
       GAME. Why didnt those damn game testers figure that out? And how the hell could
       they have told the programmers theyre happy with the way lobs work? And...
       no thanks to Hitmaker for listening to the game testers.
    
    Q. Asked first by Paul Hayat:
            ARE YOU PLANNING TO PUT A GAME SAVE ON gamefaqs.com WITH EVERYTHING UNLOCKED,
       AND POSSIBLY SOME REAL TENNIS PLAYER CREATIONS?
    A. I never plan on anything. Sadly, I have a modemless, Asian Dreamcast (HKT-3010),
       so I'd have to coerce my friend into letting me use his Dreamcast for a second or
       two (which wouldn't be difficult). I'll say I don't have the time to create a slew
       of real tennis players, but I wouldn't upload a save anyway. I'd rather not be
       responsible for people not getting their $39.99 (read: eternal frustration) of
       smashing (their heads from failed trainings) tennis balls, leading to victory.
    
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    me know.
    
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    | |           Thanks:          |
    |//
     
    My roommate
    Anna Kournikova
    Masayuki Inoue
    Agetec
    ECHELON
    Microsoft  Notepad
    Mom
    All people that e-mailed me with questions, feedback, etc.
    AUTHORIZED DOWNLOAD LOCATIONS FOR THIS FAQ:
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     ______________________________
    |\_____________________________\
    | |         No Thanks:         |
    |//
     
    Pieter Tinbergen
    Sega of America game testers
    Hitmaker
    Cheat Code Central [http://www.cheatcc.com/] for posting my FAQ
         on their Web site without my permission AND adding themselves
         to the AUTHORIZED DOWNLOAD LOCATIONS when they are NOT one.
    
    
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    of Sega Corporation SEGA CORPORATION, 2001. All Rights Reserved. www.sega.com.
                     This document is copyright 2001 z'Alai.
    

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