CAG - Dreamcast Collection Review

CAG - My personal Dreamcast library consists of 82 games, while the Dreamcast Collection for Xbox 360 is a slightly more modest compilation from Sega’s ill-fated console. Instead of a massive gathering of games like the inspiring title would have you hoping, this retail disc contains just four Dreamcast games that have been (or eventually will be) ported to Xbox Live Arcade. We’ve certainly seen bundles of this type in the past, but is this a dream selection of nostalgia or should you cast your money elsewhere?

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astrobrights4837d ago

The Dreamcast Collection is a bit of a letdown in my opinion. If I had to pick the best 4 Dreamcast games, none of the ones in the collection would be on my list.

kreate4837d ago

oh cool. i saw the game at gamestop and was scratching my head when i saw the cover.

Droid Control4837d ago

Where is Shenmue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!????????

Raven_Nomad4836d ago

I bought this just for nostalgia reasons. It's still pretty fun going through Sonic's Adventure. I remember back in 1999 when I first saw that game playing in a Best Buy, I was blown away, it looked head and shoulders above anything else out. The biggest leap in a generation to date.

These games while fun, I tend to wish there were some more on the disk.

Kakihara4836d ago (Edited 4836d ago )

Damn, what a shitty shitty collection. Four games, one of them a rhythm action game and the other virtual bass fishing?? The sonic game is great and I understand Crazy taxi is well loved even though I always hated it back in the day but there are so many better games they could have chosen for the other two.


Retro classics and retro-inspired indie games are on sale at Humble Store

Right now you can save big on retro classics and retro-inspired indie hits. It’s all part of Humble Store’s Retro Paradise Sale, which is running for the next week.

Some of the top deals include Sonic Mania for $6.79, Cuphead for $16.99, Dreamcast Collection for $7.49, Mega Man Legacy Collection for $5.99, and Hotline Miami for $1.99.

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Why the Dreamcast is Still Relevant

BNR: If you know me, you might know that I'm a big fan of the Sega Dreamcast- I don't remember what I was doing when it came out seeing as I was five years old and had more pressing matters on my mind, but no matter- I came to appreciate the ahead-of-its-time brilliance that was the Dreamcast when I grew older. Today (the date system on our site's broken but this article went live on September 9, 2015) marks the 16th anniversary of the US launch of the Sega Dreamcast- it was a unique machine that was home to some awesome games- in memory of it is the latest episode of the Blackman 'N Robin Irregular Game Show, embedded below for your viewing pleasure.

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stonecold33179d ago

i loved dreamcast still got mine today


For Your Amusement: Dreamcast Collection Part 1 (Sonic Adventure/Crazy Taxi)

Posted by Colm Ahern

For Your Amusement is a video series in which I, Colm Ahern, play a video game for a considerable amount of time, chop up the video into something easily digestible for the lovely YouTube audience and then share it with the entire world, every Friday.

Next week is the beginning of E3 and as the video game playing public get excited about the forthcoming announcements from the big 3, it felt right to reflect on Sega’s final hurrah in the console market; Dreamcast. For part one, it’s Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi.

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