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Submitted by triverse 1139d ago | opinion piece

Android – Dreamcast Deja Vu Part 1: The Situation

Triverse writes, "It is quite a hot debatable topic, why the Sega Dreamcast died so quickly and resolutely as far as commercial publishers are concerned. One of the popular reasons is, quite simply, piracy. Sega made some effort at keeping the Dreamcast unique and hard to break into but crackers and hackers will do as they do and it didn’t take long before they had custom code running on Sega’s, then, new console- Sega’s Swan Song console." (Android, Retro, Tag Invalid)

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