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Dreamcast Is Still The Best System Out There!!!

  • Sep 11, 2000
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I've always liked SEGA because of the great games they provided us with. Who would have thought a game about a running blue hedgehog (Sonic The Hedgehog) would be so fun? Or that a worm in a power suite (Earthworm Jim) would be so challenging? And after all these years of us having to deal with lousy 3D games that have no deapth (Most of them 3D killers of 2D classics), SEGA finally rises to show us what games SHOULD be like! "Sonic Adventure" is probibly the first 3D game I liked that was originaly 2D (Very unlikely that happens)! Plus with some of the best games on the system that's out there, I see a bright future for SEGA! So what about the the other companys (Nintendo, Sony)? Well I was for years a big Nintendo fan, untill they made the Nintendo 64. What a waste of a system. I see promise for their Gamecube system, but I'm going to be cautious about it after what happened with their last system! And Sony is trash! Always has been, always will be! With that said this is the system to buy! Happy Birthday Dreamcast!!!

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The Dreamcast system is, in a word, awesome. Fire upSoul Calibur, and instantly you'll appreciate that the graphics and gameplay are even better than in the arcade version. AndSonic Adventure, with its light-speed gameplay, is sure to wow even the most jaded gamer.

It's amazing that such a small machine (it's about the size of your mouse pad) can deliver such incredible performance. Chalk it up to superior engineering. Dreamcast's only downside is that it comes with only one controller and a demo disc. In order to truly take advantage of Dreamcast's capabilities, we recommend outfitting the controller with a Jump Pack and a Visual Memory Unit. Getting one or more extra controllers is also a good idea, because some of the best Dreamcast games support up to four players at once.

Why it's so cool:

  • Ultramodern components: Custom-made video, audio, and processor technology blows away the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation and puts Dreamcast in the same league as PS2 and XBox.
  • Integrated modem: In another video-game first, Dreamcast comes with a 56K modem. Use your regular Internet service provider and the separately sold keyboard to access e-mail, shopping, and the World Wide Web. Not only can you upload high scores, participate in chat discussions, and download updates and enhancements for your games, but, through a membership to the SegaNet Internet service provider, you can play Quake III Arena, NFL 2K1, and other games against Dreamcast owners over the ...
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Brand: Sega
Category: Video Games
Developer: Sega
Release Date: September 9, 1999

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