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Happy 9th Birthday, Dreamcast!

SEGA Dreamcast

Nine years ago today, on September 9th, 1999 SEGA introduced its last console to North American market: the Dreamcast. Despite being discontinued a short two years later, the Dreamcast captured the hearts and minds of many gamers and still is considered one of the more exiting and unique platforms out there. It was one of the first platforms to prominently feature online play and cel-shaded graphics. Plus, you could hook it up to a VGA monitor for amazing clarity.

If you are unfamiliar with the Dreamcast, take some time to reminisce with Mr. Raroo as he shares why the little white box that could holds a special place of honor in his life, read up about it at Wikipedia, oogle over the variety of hardware variations at the Dreamcast Gallery, and I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Racketboy has an article up by the end of the day about his favorite system.

I think a round of The Typing of the Dead is in order for me today!

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