This is one of those stories we like to bring our readers. A one of hope and fun, and shows that someone out there still cares about old games nearly as much as we do. It has just become known that the Downloadable Content (DLC) of the Floigan Bros game for Sega Dreamcast has been […]
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A new boss is shown off for Xenocider and you will not believe how cool it looks. As they say, the devil is in the details. This new Sega Dreamcast title is shaping up great.
Okay, this is a triple game disc for the Sega Dreamcast and Windows PC’s. This disc features three games, as you probably have guessed. For many Dreamcast owners, new games are new games but from what I can gather on these three, they are above your average release. Games included are Yopaz 3D, IceStar Yopaz […]
When Sega announced they were ending the Sega Dreamcast and going third party a lot of fans had broken hearts. Some were sad because Sega was throwing in the towel as far as hardware. Others, like me, were sad because of the plethora of unreleased titles that were due to come out for the Sega […]
Phantasy Star Online was originally released on the Dreamcast as two separate games. An expansion was later released on the GameCube and Xbox with both games and extra content as one game. PSO was the first of its own kind a first massive multiplayer online games on a console. Sega had a massive success on […]
Pier Solar getting an HD update is nothing new, we reported on it way back in January. What is special is that Watermelon, the development team have just released their official trailer for the Pier Solar HD remake. Also, some platforms have received a release date. Check it out after the jump.
Arcade ports are Sega’s forte, at least they used to be, and their Dreamcast console was no different. With ports of Hydro Thunder, Soul Calibur and Mortal Kombat 4 (Gold on DC). Launching platforms with arcade ports became a Sega mainstay with the Genesis console and was continued through on the 32X and Saturn consoles […]
Sonic Goes 3D and Escorts the Dreamcast to Gamers in Sonic Adventure – Today in History – September 9th, 1999
Sonic is quite an enigma as far as company/console mascots go. Starting life on the Sega Genesis and hitting every Sega console ever released with at least one game, Sonic only lead one console at launch- the Sega Dreamcast. Sonic Adventure was also a unique title in the Sonic series since it wa the first […]
What if I told you that there is another level, an inaccessible one before now, that was in Sonic Adventure DX? Windy Valley is the name of the level that was not accessible by fans but is now. Windy Valley was shown as a non-interactive demo in the early days of Sonic Adventure on the […]
The Avengers are one of the Marvel teams that has kind of gotten the short end of the stick with games. Characters have gotten their own games from Captain America to the Incredible Hulk but as a team, the pickings have been slim (outside of the arcade game that is serving as source material for […]
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