Posts Tagged ‘Sega’

Planet Dreamcast’s “The Best Dreamcast Games”

Are you a new Dreamcast owner, or an DC veteran looking to round out your collection? It’s an old post, but the gang at PlanetDreamcast have put together a list of the best Dreamcast games in different genres. It’s in interesting walk through the forgotten library of the underappreciated little white box. Since my DC […]

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IGN: History of SEGA

IGN has written a fairly lengthly article about the History of SEGA. Most everyone is familiar with the company’s history starting with the Genesis, but there is quite a bit more to SEGA than that. There will never be another SEGA. While their reign as a first-party has long ended, and the name hardly carries […]

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New-In-Box Dreamcasts for sale at ThinkGeek

I don’t know how they got them, but ThinkGeek found a bunch of new-in-box Dreamcasts and are putting them up for sale! Get yours before they sell out! Shoot, they already sold out?? Hopefully they will get more!

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Sega Saturn Backpack

Spotted at GameSetWatch.com: In other Saturn news, fansite Segatastic noticed that Enterbrain’s Sega Store has brought back its Saturn-shaped backpacks, over ten years after the company stopped production for the actual console. The nylon bag sells for a ridiculous $72 (¥7,140), and is only available in the less exciting and not-at-all rare color of gray […]

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Dreamcast Papercraft

Note: does not play games. Click for full-size .png to print out and make at home!

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Happy 9th Birthday, 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 […]

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SEGA 32x Tech Demo Video

SEGA’s Genesis system offered a lot in expandability. You could add Master System compatability, a CD-ROM attachment or a secondary procesing system called the 32x. The 32x was a substantial upgrade to the Genesis’ hardware and allowed for some fantastic video and audio effects. Check out this technical demonstration video that shows what this piece […]

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