I had consoles before it, and I have had consoles after it, but I will never love anything like I love my Dreamcast.
It might have been the Dreamcast’s 16th birthday in America a few months back, but today actually marks the console’s full and proper 17th birthday, since it was on November 27, 1998 that the Dreamcast was first released in Japan.
Sony has spent the day reminding people that it’s the 20th anniversary of the original PlayStation’s launch in North America, and that’s cool, but let’s not forget that today is also a special anniversary for another old console.
Today, we've got Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony vying for control of the console market. But there was a time when Sega was also a contender. Their last home console, the Dreamcast, is still getting games (sort of) despite being fourteen years old. But what was it about the Dreamcast that inspired such devotion? Let's…
It's been 10 years since Sega launched the Dreamcast, and while it eventually failed, we like to think that in an alternate reality somewhere the Dreamcast reigns supreme. Let's imagine Dreamcast victory!