Dreamcast

You can play this Minecraft clone on your SEGA Dreamcast

Minecraft is one phenomenon that has crossed cultural boundaries and has seen multiple spinoffs and entries. Despite being such a simple concept, the Minecraft franchise has earned billions of dollars and became one of the biggest selling games of all time. If you wanted to have a little taste of Minecraft on your Dreamcast, now you can! …. kinda.  DCEmulation …

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A Postmortem of Seaman is coming to GDC 2017

SEGA fans have another reason to look forward to the Game Developers Conference this year. According to the latest update from the GDC, Yoot Saito, the creator of the Seaman series, will be having a Postmortem about the game at this year’s conference.  “Saito is coming to GDC 2017 to speak at length about his work creating Seaman, a game that left …

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Make Sonic Adventure DX on PC look like the Dreamcast version with these mods

Having played Sonic Adventure DX on PC, you can tell that the colors in the PC version have been slightly washed out when comparing them to the Dreamcast version. A mod called SADX Dreamcast Conversion adds in a number of textures and assets that got taken from the original Sonic Adventure on Dreamcast. The SADX Pallete Lighting Mod brings back …

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Help Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs get Greenlit on Steam

Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs was successfully funded on Kickstarter in October 2015, and the game is inching closer and closer to its planned Q2 2017 release. Its developer, Team Saber Rider, has recently launched the game on Steam Greenlight and is asking fans to help vote for the game to get it launched on the digital service. Saber …

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Worms World Party is playable online on Dreamcast again

The crew over at Dreamcast Live have been on a roll with resurrecting Dreamcast games back online. The latest game that is set to be playable online again is Worms World Party.  “Is there a better way to start off the new year than another online Dreamcast game being resurrected? Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, Worms World Party is …

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We played the new Dreamcast shooter In the Line of Fire

In The Line of Fire is one of the more exciting Kickstarter projects we’ve seen in quite some time. Of course, we all know the Dreamcast seemingly receives new games all the time, but this project has two thing that make it different from the others. First, it’s actually new 3D game for the Dreamcast, which is a rarity these days, and, second, …

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Genesis platformer ‘Tanglewood’ could be coming to Dreamcast

Tanglewood is shaping up to be one of the more exciting Kickstarter projects we’ve seen this year. The Genesis platformer looks every bit like one we would have played growing up and is described as a combination of games highly regarded platformers like Another World and The Lion King and is scheduled to release next winter. Tanglewood only has four days left …

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7 Dreamcast curiosities nobody talks about!

When we talk about Dreamcast curiosities, people tend to think about its accessories, cancelled games or its still healthy indie game community. But how about the curiosities that nobody talks about? Here’s a list of some the fun tidbits in the Dreamcast’s past that we think deserve more attention. 1) SEGA made fun of Sony SEGA has always been addicted to controversial advertisements, …

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iRetroGamer takes a look at Sonic Adventure’s Emerald Coast level

Our friends at iRetroGamer have unveiled a new series called “Level Selects,” where they review a “some of the most memorable levels, stages, and worlds in gaming.” Their first review is on Sonic Adventure’s Emerald Coast level, which we’re huge fans of, and it’s one of the reasons why I initially fell in love with the Dreamcast leading up to …

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A wireless Dreamcast light gun that works with HDTVs is in development

The Dreamcast will live on forever and guys like Chris Diaoglou help keep the dream alive. Chris has been working on a brand new light gun that could with HDTVs and you SEGA Dreamcast. The Lightconn uses a modified Wii sensor bar to detect it and incorporates the use of software VMUs.  Here’s the rundown of the Lightconn from Chris …

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