Death Crimson OX
|Death Crimson OX|
North American Dreamcast cover art
Sammy (Dreamcast US)
Play It (PS2 EUR)
|Release date(s)||Dreamcast 
|Mode(s)||Single player, multiplayer|
Death Crimson OX (デスクリムゾン オックス Desu Kurimuzon Okkusu?) is a light gun shooting game developed by Ecole. It was released in arcades in 2000 then ported to the Dreamcast console in 2001 (published by Sammy Entertainment), several months after Sega had dropped support for the console. It is the third game in the Death Crimson series, and the only one to be released outside Japan. The game can be played with either a standard controller or a light gun.
The Dreamcast version received generally negative reviews. Gamespot gave the game a 4.2/10, describing it as a second-rate House of the Dead clone. IGN scored it a 4.3/10, citing a confusing storyline, poor visuals, and new gameplay mechanics which prevent the game from offering any sort of challenge. Game Informer gave it a 4.0/10, remarking that it "Gives you plenty of targets, but no real reason to keep pulling the trigger."