Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Happy 10th Anniversary to the Sega Dreamcast..................!!

_The Sega Dreamcast will forever be favorite console of all time. I remember going downtown Brooklyn with my older brother to buy the system. We picked up about 5 games,some controllers, two lightguns, and tons of other crap. To me the Dreamcast was way ahead of its time. The first system i remember playing online on. If you have never had the pleasure of playing one, pick one up on ebay for dirt cheap, and have some FUN. Alot of the games are availble online in ISO format, ready to burn right to a CD and rock out. Heres a list of games that have never been paralleled even with the current generation of console.


Seaman (シーマン Shīman?) is a virtual pet video game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is one of the few Dreamcast games to take advantage of the microphone attachment, which in Seaman uses a (relatively) sophisticated form of voice recognition technology. The substantial narration is voiced by Leonard Nimoy in the English-language version.

Jet Grind Radio

ChuChu Rocket

(this game would take over Xbox Live if they released it on the marketplace)

Phantasy Star Online


Power Stone

Power Stone is a fully 3D arena fighting game series made by Capcom. Gameplay involves selecting a character and then proceeding to battle the other characters, one at a time, in various locales. The fighting is three dimensional and includes the ability to use special attacks as well as pick up and fight with such objects as tables, chairs, rocks and bombs. During battle, "Power Stones," resembling gems of different colors, appear in the arena. If a character collects three Power Stones, he transforms into a more powerful version of himself. He will then be able to use one of two super special attacks. One is generally a massive long-range power attack and the other is a grab or close-range move. The powered-up mode only lasts until the power bar is fully drained, during which the special attack can be executed (which completely depletes the power bar) or other, lesser special moves can be executed (which only use a small portion of power). Each match continues until the life bar of one of the two characters fighting is depleted.

_writing this post makes me want to play my Dreamcast. Putting my Xbox 360 on chill today so i can appreciate creative gaming history......!!

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