Someone decided to stuff an entire gaming computer inside of a Sega Dreamcast. Here's how they did it.
This is cool. But, they could have at least shown it running. Even emulating Dreamcast or something.
I want a Sega Dreamcast mini now after seeing this
A Dreamcast mini would be absolutely amazing. More people need to experience skies of Arcadia! That's easily one of my all-time favorite RPGs! Top 10 all time stuff that not nearly enough people got to experience. Dreamcast definitely had some gems!
Grandia 2 says hello.
@babadivad Yes, that was great as well! You can play that on the switch thru the Grandia collection.
Proper crackhead DIY. With a Paint Job makes it looks like its made of whipped cream
Dreamcast 2 my dream form
I'd like to see a genuine official SEGA console that: - has cartridge slot(s) compatible with Megadrive/Genesis, Master System, and 32X carts. - plays Mega-CD, Saturn, and Dreamcast discs. - comes pre-loaded with a handful of classics. - no region locks - stretch dream to include a digital storefront to purchase/download titles. Basically a single console that plays all Sega's back catalogue. It'd be even cooler to see a Ninty version that plays NES/SNES/N64/GC/Wii/Wii-U. And yes, I'm well aware of Raspberry Pi and RetroPie, etc.
Call it Dreamcast Infinity or Sega Dreams or something.. have a digital storefront, update the controller but keep the VMU. Make all multiplayer games online. And if you'll excuse me I'll return from my pipe dream.
I thought it was a PolyStation.
This looks quite bad once you see the up close photos... The buttons / ports look like they have clay or playdough smeared over them?... That paintjob with the rattlecan is also painful to watch. He actually has a paint run in the video because he's so close and drowning it in paint. https://i.imgur.com/HugovTj...
That poor case...
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