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In Loving Memory of the Sega Dreamcast

After the miserable failures of the 32X, CD, and Saturn, Sega had a lot of goodwill to earn back from the gaming community. Many had given up on them, switching to the then-new PlayStation and the Nintendo 64 for their needs, while Saturn got stuck with one really awesome game (Panzer Dragoon Saga) and a bunch of horrible ports. On September 9, 1999 they promised to change all of that with the release of the Sega Dreamcast.

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Hutch23553136d ago

I never should have sold it. sniff sniff, so sad.

Saaking3136d ago

I loved the Dreamcast. I still play it once in a while. That's pretty much the only reason not to like the PS2. It killed the Dreamcast, but life goes on.