The Dreamcast Collection
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|Release Date: ||25 February 2011|
Ah, the SEGA Dreamcast. Don’t remind us, it brings back many memories - of the console’s untimely demise in the marketplace, and the fantastic games that remained unplayed by the masses as a result of its premature discontinuation. Because of this, it’s clear that SEGA’s cult following is constantly demanding re-releases, to show the world what the company was capable of in its last days as a hardware manufacturer.
The Dreamcast Collection is the first step to answering those calls. Featuring four classic games from the late 1990s and early 2000s, this compilation offers a disc-based method of playing titles recently re-released on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.
Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, SEGA Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5: Part 2 have all been enhanced with updated graphics and sound, achievements and online leaderboards to make them relevant in today’s gaming landscape.
All offer different experiences - race around colourful American high streets taking passengers to their destinations, enjoy SEGA’s mascot’s very first 3D adventure by racing through loop-de-loops and beating Dr. Eggman, take a slow approach and catch some big fish or get funky and report the news in a swinging fashion to stop a mind-controlled alien race from taking over the galaxy.
- Number of players: 1
- Development Company: SEGA
- Software House: SEGA
- Video Dimensions: 3D
- Publisher: SEGA
- Point Of View: Combination
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