The "Dreamcast" home video game console was released by Sega Enterprises in November 1998.
It was thought to be a leader in the game industry with its unique features such as Internet connection, visual memory, and distinctive controller, which are now commonplace in game consoles, but it was pushed aside by Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube, which were sold at the same time, and ended its life in disappointment. The Dreamcast was a lost machine.
However, it ended its life in
disappointment, being pushed aside by Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube, which were sold at the same time.
Six new software titles
French indie developer and publisher PixelHeart has released six new titles for the Dreamcast.
Let's take a look at them all at once!
FX Unit Yuki: The Henshin Engine
"Volgarr The Viking"
Not a complete new game, but a port
As you may have guessed when you saw the video and thought "Oh? As you may have guessed, it is not a completely new original title, but a port of an existing title.
But that doesn't matter! What matters is that we can do it with that damn big, hard-to-use Doricas controller! Don't let anyone say, "Sega is so lame!"
It is available at the official store, so if you have a current Dreamcast, please buy it!