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Submitted by CurrentDigital 483d ago | interview

Senile Team Founder Talks Dreamcast Development in 2014 | Benign with B-TEN

Senile Team founder Roel Van Mastbergen discusses the complications of developing for a 15-year-old console and explains why he desired to do so to begin with. He even mentions his favorite (and least favorite) video game of all time.

Senile Team is a Dutch indie developer known primarily for their Dreamcast games such as Beats of Rage (2003) and Rush Rush Rally Racing (2009), which have also appeared on modern platforms. (Dreamcast, Retro, Senile Team)

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