An open letter from one of Thunderbolt's editors to Sega about the recent Dreamcast Collection announcement.
I hope he knows sega is not gone to read that letter and they definitely not gone to reply back. Also that was too much to read. Thank god he included pics or i would have just skim the entire thing.
Yeah, because it was the pictures that really made that article.
It is a stupid collection. This should of at least had Jet Set Radio and Chu Chu Rocket.
Sega Bass Fishing...Space Channel... Lame collection.
I'm afraid that I don't really have much sympathy. Anyone with taste who wants to play the best Dreamcast titles (which would include the second Sonic Adventure title and the first Jet Set Radio game) would buy a Dreamcast (such an iconic white box) for next to nothing off Ebay and play it on a nice controller with a cool VMU and fast loading times. I don't WANT Sega to put their very best wares on the Xbox360. I cling to some hope that a Dreamcast 2 could one day emerge.
Wow, this write-up/letter is just pure win.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Toy Commander, the original Hydro Thunder, and the original Space Channel 5, please.
1) That collection is terrible. Well, actually Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi are actually ok. 2) SEGA is probably not gonna bother to read the letter, much less respond to it.
Hmm... Maybe I'm just reading to much into this... But isn't this Dreamcast Collection rather convinient for gamers who do not want to have to go through all the trouble of downloading the said titles and leave more room in your hard disc? The collection could probably be cheaper than buying all games seperately. Also, PC gamers are not left out of the loop.
I agree there is the benefit of getting the 4 titles for cheaper than buying them separately on XBLA, and that PC gamers can buy it, but my overall grief was the implied laziness and actual game selection. I think I'm over physical media though, but I know I'm probably still in the minority.
I agree with everyone else. There are so many better choices for this, and the author, Sean Kelley, is totally right - Sega Bass Fishing? COME ON, WTF?
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