Is a New Video Game Era Just Beginning?

On Jan. 31, 2001, Sega announced it would cease production of its Dreamcast console. The Dreamcast was far from a dud, having sold 10.6 million systems. Yet, Sega was losing hundreds of millions of dollars a year selling the Dreamcast, and the company knew it could no longer compete in a high-stakes battle known as "the console wars." On one side of the battle was Sega -- lined up against them were Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft

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