Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Remembering the Sega Dreamcast: 10 years later

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the U.S. launch of the Sega Dreamcast, the once great company's last console. It only lasted until 2001, but it sold a few million units and had a great crop of games despite its short lifespan. Ignored by most from its beginning, the little system that could finally bowed down before the hype of the PS2 and XBox. I do not exaggerate to say that it is my favorite video game system.

RIP Sega Gaming Systems!


  1. Yeah, you know the Dreamcast was ahead of its time. Kind of odd that Sega died off. I think maybe they couldn't compete with the marketing of Nintendo and Sony.

  2. Anonymous3:20 AM

    Still getting games as of 2011!:D, who needs PS3,IPHONE,360,WII and all of that crap when you can still use a good ol' DC!.

  3. Yes! Viva la Dreamcast!