Dreamcast Prototype Back From The Dead, Free To Download

ToeJam & Earl 3 was once in development for, among other consoles, the Sega Dreamcast. Thanks to that console's demise it was never released, the code eventually finding its way - like so many other Sega series - to Microsoft's Xbox. That game was awful, but if you ever wanted a taste of what the more Segaish original… » 12/26/13 12:00am 12/26/13 12:00am

The Dreamcast Was A New Console For A New Console Generation

When a new generation of gaming hardware looms, it can be instructive to look to the past. At the end of July, we published a review of a new book by Zoya Street titled Dreamcast Worlds. Mr. Street has allowed us to publish an excerpt from the book, in which he details Sega's approach to the new console generation… » 9/18/13 7:16pm 9/18/13 7:16pm

How Past Game Consoles Said Goodbye in Japan

Each time we approach the beginning of a new console generation, it also marks the slow and gradual ending of the previous one. Games for the previous consoles are released less frequently until they disappear altogether. But have you ever wondered what the final releases were for each major home console in Japan? We… » 6/21/13 7:30am 6/21/13 7:30am

In Project Diva F, the Dreamcast Controller Controls People Too!

Project Diva F is an enjoyable music game starring popular virtual idol Hatsune Miku. And like most games these days, there are more than a few Easter eggs for those paying attention. Moreover, as Project Diva F is a game made by Sega, many of these Easter eggs are callbacks to other Sega-related products. » 5/31/13 5:40am 5/31/13 5:40am