Dreamcast (Sega)

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Sonic Adventure DX

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Updated: 20 February 2015
Released November 1998 in Japan, 1999 in Europe, North America, and Australia. Discontinued March 2001.

The Sega Dreamcast sold over 10 million units. It was the last console to ever be released by Sega. The Dreamcast was considered ahead of its time by many in the computer industry. It was backed by a large marketing campaign, yet interest declined as Sony built up hype over their upcoming Playstation 2.

Before the Dreamcast's release, Sega was dealt a huge blow when EA announced it would not develop games for the system, due to a failed exclusivity agreement on sports games demanded by EA.

Sega's arcade games, where near (if not,) identical conversions on the Dreamcast.

The Dreamcast was the first console, to include a built-in modem for online gaming.
SegaNet launched in September 2000, the online gaming service for Dreamcast. A monthly subscription service.

With the use of Dreamcast keyboard, the Dreamcast was the first console to enable the user to both email, and browse the internet.

A rare limited edition version of the Dreamcast was produced, the Sega Sports model (10,000 units), in black.
Extremely rare are the deep blue (200 units), and translucent red (1800 units) S.T.A.R.S editions.
Also extremely rare, is the Seaman Christmas edition (850 units), complete with a very rare game (the game was on shop shelves for just ten days.)
Maziora Dreamcast (500 units) was like a pearlescent colour.
Gundam RX-78 edition, only 78 units produced.

For full details on the Dreamcast, visit the Dreamcast Wikipedea page.

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