Like many Sega fans, we have fond memories of the Dreamcast, from shaking plastic maracas in Samba de Amigo to importing hard to find games from Japan. Much of this appreciation is purely nostalgia (most of these titles haven’t aged well), but this special system had, pound for pound, one of the most impressive lineups in history.
That said, we had high hopes for Sega’s Dreamcast Collection. At first, this appeared to be the company’s follow up to the outstanding Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection, a wonderful compilation that includes well over 40 16-bit classics. Clearly, the publisher would use this opportunity to pay homage to one of the most beloved systems of all time.
So much for that idea.
Chris Buffa (RunDLC)