Dreamcast

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Drones: Tron-Inspired Dreamcast Game That Disappeared

The Sega Dreamcast had many promising games canceled near the end of it’s lifespan such as Propeller Arena and Half-Life. However, there were also some lesser-known games at the beginning of the Dreamcast’s launch that never saw retail shelves. There is one particular game by the name of “Drones”, that I had never even heard […]

PDF: Official Sega Saturn Magazine (UK) – October 1998

Video game magazines are such an interesting way to look back in time at this revolutionary industry. This issue of Official Sega Saturn Magazine (UK) lets us look back at the transition period between the Saturn and the Dreamcast. For Sega fans, this was a time of both frustration and excitement. The Saturn was being […]

The Pristine Dreamcast Backup & Preservation Initiative

With virtually every disc-based console video game system, there has been an relatively easy way to copy, burn, and play perfect backup copies of games on a system either via an emulator or the console itself. Most consoles use a variant of either a CD-ROM or a DVD-ROM disc. This makes it very easy for […]

The Cheapest Sega Dreamcast Games Worth Your Time

When you add a console to your collection, the first thing you want to do is get a handful of games to keep you busy with your new toy. However, most of us can’t spend afford to spend fat pile of cash for a few games. This budget-friendly list should help you quickly find which […]

Yu Suzuki Gameworks: Dreamcast Arcade Compilation

As one of the most revolutionary minds behind Sega’s past blockbusters and innovation, Yu Suzuki can be thanked for a number of great games such as Outrun, Shenume, and the Virtua Fighter series. As a tribute for the master and look back for his fans, Yu Suzuki’s Gameworks Volume 1, was a book and Dreamcast […]

The Dreamcast Keyboard & Mouse – Be Prepared For Anything

In their hardware days, Sega was always known for being ahead of their time. The Dreamcast Keyboard and Dreamcast Mouse are interesting example sof thinking outside of normal console gaming protocol in order to bring Sega fans the best console experience possible. Like many of Sega’s quirky peripherals, there aren’t a whole lot of uses […]

The Best Undiscovered Sega Dreamcast Games

Usually, when you get a new-to-you console, you can usually find or remember the major games to check out. But what happens when you need something different to play? This is where the “Hidden Gems” come in. Read More About My Criteria For Hidden Gems See All The Hidden Gems Articles This will be a […]

Review: Trigger Heart Exelica – Dreamcast

One of the most interesting things about the Sega Dreamcast is that commercial games are still slowly being released in Japan more than 5 years after it was taken off the retail scene in the US. As one of the three (so far) 2D shooters to be released in 2007, Trigger Heart Exelica is gathering […]

Ikaruga May Be Coming To XBox Live Arcade

This is basically a rumor, but there is some solid evidence that one of the games from my XBox Live Wishlist might become a reality. According to Eurogamer, Ikaruga, the cult classic 2D shooter from Treasure apparently has shown up on the XBox 360’s top-secret (only for developers and journalists) area, Partnernet. Eurogamer stated, “There […]

Put Multiple Dreamcast Games On A Single CD-R

I’ve been cleaning up the files on my PC, including a number of useful text files. Among these files is a tutorial that I picked up a while back that let people put multiple Dreamcast games on a single CD-R. This can be pretty helpful if you want to put a few of your favorite […]

Video Recap: The Dreamcast’s Upcoming Shooter Trilogy

Going on its ninth year of being on the retail scene (at least in Japan), the Sega Dreamcast still has three new anticipated games coming out in 2007. While I have already covered each announcement on its own, I wanted to do a recap of them as a whole along with release information, screenshots, and […]

Karous – Yet Another Shmup Ported To The Dreamcast

Let’s face it. The Dreamcast will not die. Sega’s little white box just refuses to give up the fight. Japanese publisher Milestone is bringing yet another interesting 2D shooter to the Dreamcast in the form of Karous (official site) and will have a release date of March 8th, 2007. Karous looks like it is similar […]

Review: Propeller Arena – Sega Dreamcast

It’s a tragedy that the Sega Dreamcast was killed off so early. Not only did the console have some much potential, but Sega also had a number of games that were ready for retail, but just never got released. Propeller Arena is one of the most famous of the unreleased Dreamcast games as it used […]

Review: NesterDC – Play NES Game ROMs on Your Dreamcast

The Nintendo Wii’s Virtual Console is bringing classic Nintendo emulation to the masses, but with the high download prices, it can be frustrating for people that already own the original cartridges to have to shell out more money. Fortunately for us retro gamers that aren’t able to find and/or purchase a Wii and purchase Virtual […]

Meta-Review: Ooga Booga – Sega Dreamcast

Much like the N64, the Dreamcast was one of the first consoles to become a good party machine due to its four controller ports as a standard feature. And while their was a great deal of 4-player sport, racing, and FPS games on the Dreamcast, there were not a lot of dedicated party games for […]

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