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Happy 15th birthday, Sega Dreamcast!

Post your favorite Dreamcast memories, and share how you'll be celebrating this wonderful day.

>> No.1924725
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The hype was so real

>> No.1924729


And the game was so bad...

>> No.1924731
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so what you all playing.

Pic related for me

>> No.1924736


I bought Toy Commander recently.

It's terrible.

>> No.1924742

Idk bout you bros but I've been waiting for this day since like a month ago. I'm really excited for tomorrow my agenda:
>Soul Calibur and round of MVC2
>night class
>3rd Strike, Ikaruga, CvS2, and Crazy Taxi

>> No.1924748

I'll never forget my brother and I opening up the Dreamcast Christmas morning '99. We set it up by ourselves and popped in Sonic Adventure. We were blown away by the opening cutscene.

We replayed Sonic Adventure over and over again because we didn't have a memory card and lost our progress every time we turned off the system. We finally got good enough to beat everyone's storyline in a day and finally fight Perfect Chaos.

Before moving on to the Gamecube, we played the hell out of Blue Stinger, Power Stone 1 & 2, Sonic Adventure 2, Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Slave Zero, Crazy Taxi, and Evolution: The World of Sacred Device.

>> No.1924765

>Rented the Dreamcast from Hollywood video when they had that early rental campaign during the summer of 1999.

>Started up sonic adventure. >Emerald coast.
> Jaw drops, game is so pretty.
>Dat music, dat whale chasing you. >Omg the loop.
>Realize I am crying at it's beauty.

<Omg nights at the casino zone!

>Play the game for 13 hours straight, no vmu, beat it with everyone.
>Fight and beat perfect chaos.
>Mind blown.

One of the best games ever.

>> No.1924803
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Love love love the Dreamcast. It's been my favorite console since I got it as a little kid.

I'm going to celebrate by binging on delicious DC fighting games with my arcade stick.

>> No.1924805

Wow, what a coincidence. I bought a VGA adapter for mine today.

>> No.1924807

FYI it's also the PS1's 19th.

>> No.1924812


I don't have the proper setup to hook mine up to a CRT monitor anymore. I tried hooking it up to my HDTV, and got no signal. Figured the cable was the problem. Bought another cable, still no signal.

So S-Video it is for me.

>> No.1924820

Sega Saturn and PS1 turn 20 in Japan btw
Next year the NES, SNES, PS2, and MS turn 30, 20, and 15.

>> No.1924830

Where I live, as soon as the DC came out, I bought it. It already had pirate discs and boy, could you play online with them. Played the shit out of Unreal Tournament and Quake III.

Also, that version of Mars Matrix is very underrated, still one of the best console ports ever in my opinion.

>> No.1924896
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>Post your favorite Dreamcast memories
Sadly, I don't have any memories because I've never had one nor known anyone that had one.

>> No.1924921

So who else wasn't blown away by the PS2 because you had already owned a DC for a year?

>> No.1924924

I don't have many memories of Dreamcast, mainly just playing Powerstone at a friend's house a few times. I saw him playing Phantasy Star Online I think, but I didn't get to play it. Is it a very good game? Did it get a port to another system?

>> No.1924938
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my dreamcast finally died a week ago

>> No.1924948

You might just have a shitty hdtv. Mine works amazing with the vga cable, but it won't display ps1 games with the ps2's component cable, so perhaps your tv won't display weird resolutions.

>> No.1924979

i will be playing Maken X without vmu.

>> No.1924997

That's funny, just bought a DC yesterday. Didn't realize the anniversary was coming up

>> No.1925013

I never had a DC, because Sega stuff was rare as hell in my part of the country, and I didn't have any income, at the time. But, a friend of mine let me borrow his Dreamcast long enough to finish several games on it. Good memories, but it looked like shit on my TV, for some reason.

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>> No.1925053

>Went to Sega Gameworks on 9/9/2009
>Got Final Fantasy 9 on the same day
>Gameworks isn't there anymore, only just an aquarium

>> No.1925057

downloaded a bunch of games on cd-r's
Sonic Adventure
Puyo Pop Fever
and more I'm planning to play with my friends,

>> No.1925097
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Ah the ol' faithful, beast of the consoles!

I had a few of these laying around when I was a kid. Broke my first one because I played it too long with countless hours of Shenmue and Pazner Dragoon. I came from a higher income family so it wasnt a big deal. I went backk and actually restored those broken consoles when I was a teen so I could sell them marked up. That's why its smart to hang on to your broken things, you never know when they might come in handy.I still have one of the most complete ddreamcast game collections I know of

>> No.1925101

google Phantasy Star Online Blue Burst

>> No.1925110

Shenmue, Soul Calibur, NFL 2K, and 4x4 evo while blasting square pusher

>> No.1925115


oh and the most disappointing game, Chronicles of Pern, Dragon Riders... you started out cleaning a dragon or something stupid, I just quit

>> No.1925160

Instead of focusing on longplays of a few games I may just 9.9.99 blaze it faggot and play all my Dreamcast Magazine demo discs.

Maybe a few rounds of MVC 2, Power Stone, , Ready 2 Rumble, Alien Front Online, and Quake Arena here and there.

Lets get hype: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8XVA0qrHWg

>> No.1925170

>nights at the casino zone
I played the hell out of that pinball game, always kinda bummed me out they never made a Nights game for Dreamcast though

>> No.1925175

Haven't been here since a while before the board launched and Dreamcast threads got deleted, glad to see this one here.

>> No.1925201
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It... had a hard life.

>> No.1925205
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>day after I got my Dreamcast for Christmas
>get Sonic Adventure 2
>bring Dreamcast into the living room and show it off to my cousins when they came to visit
I went fast all day, still one of my favorite platformers ever

>> No.1925206

I bought Gunspike and Power Stone 2 recently.

>> No.1925218

I remember playing Sonic Adventure when my brother got the Dreamcast, I usually got to play most of his consoles alot because my brother played alot of Baseball in his little league years.

(inb4 Not-Athletic)

I don't particularly remember alot of my childhood, but playing games and the nostalgia they brought me when I play the older ones gives me happiness.

(inb4 the feels.)

>> No.1925251

I remember that one. I stuck with it expecting the dragon riding to become something more than a loading screen. But in the end the whole game was a dialogue-driven mystery novel or something. Never read the books it was based on so I probably wasn't the target audience they had in mind.

If it were released today it might get 10/10 Citizen Kane of gaming awards.

>> No.1925290
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>Post your favorite Dreamcast memories
>never offically released in my country
>rare as fuck
>$500 price tag
>no VMU, vibro-module, lightgun, keyboard, mouse were available in retail
>every game was crippled down by pirates to fit on a fucking CD
Shit was such luxury.

>> No.1925306

Dreamcast week!

I make a whole week out of the celebration.

This year I think I might try Demolition Racer, at the suggestion of someone in the hype thread last week.

>> No.1925315

>During 8th grade played Crazy Taxi 2 every single morning for 3 hours while eating cereal.
>That Power Stone life.
>Sega Bass Fishing God is posting in this thread.

>> No.1925330
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Nice collection, bro. My DC didn't live long enough to celebrate the day, but I'll remember it for being the little dream machine that could
>dat VGA hook-up
>dat early 56k gaming and PSO
>dat "The Thief" launch commercial
>dat compressed Ikaruga taking a measly 17MBs
>dat impressive library for a short-lived system
Border Down
Cannon Spike
Capcom vs. SNK
Capcom vs. SNK 2: Millionaire Fighting 2001
ChuChu Rocket!
Daytona USA
Dead or Alive 2
Dino Crisis
Dynamite Deka 2 (Dynamite Cop)
Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future
Fast Striker
Fighting Vipers 2
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Gauntlet Legends
Giga Wing
Giga Wing 2
Grandia 2
Guilty Gear X
Gunbird 2
Hydro Thunder
Jet Set Radio
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
Last Hope: Pink Bullets
Mars Matrix
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Metropolis Street Racer
Phantasy Star Online
Power Stone
Power Stone 2
Project Justice
Puyo Puyo~n (Puyo Puyo 4)
Radirgy (Radio Allergy)
Rayman 2: The Great Escape
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2
Record of Lodoss War: Advent of Cardice
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
Samba de Amigo
San Francisco Rush 2049
Sega GT
Sega Rally 2
Shenmue II
Shikigami no Shiro II
Skies of Arcadia
Sonic Adventure
Sonic Adventure 2
Soul Calibur
Space Channel 5
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Street Fighter III: Double Impact
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Tech Romancer
The House of the Dead 2
The King of Fighters: Dream Match 1999
The King of Fighters '99 Evolution
The King of Fighters 2000
The King of Fighters 2001
The King of Fighters 2002
The Last Blade 2: Heart of the Samurai
Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2
Under Defeat
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense
Virtua Cop 2
Virtua Fighter 3tb
Virtua Tennis
Zero Gunner 2

Cheers, chum

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Playing PSO for the first time with my middle-school friends online.
Fuck, that weekend went by so fucking fast...

>> No.1925353

Would your country happen to be Spain, or one of the south american nations? I sold a Dreamcast I labeled as being in mint condition(after restoring it personally) to somebody from down there for around 400 dollars. Could have gotten it for higher if I had been a little more greedy. I love taking advantage of nations that haven't had official releases for certain products.

>> No.1925357

No matter what you dummies say, Dreamcast will never be retro

It doesnt really fit with anything else here, too modern.

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>> No.1925384

I would feel sorry, but I've had enough poor people try to hassle me to lower prices on some of my wear that frankly, I think your kind are the lowest common denominator. Nothing personal, its just what I've seen of poor people. I made a living with this stuff on the side. Why can't you find some initiative?

>> No.1925393

Don't lie to us Edgar. We know you got your money bootlegging fermented water you fucking idiot.

>> No.1925427

>that pic

Bought a Dreamcast brand new for $50 in 2001. Score! Unfortunately the reason it was so cheap was because the console was virtually dead. Still had some great fun times and it remains my favorite console.

Countless hours playing Phantasy Star Online, Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio, Soul Calibur, Sonic Adventure, and Hydro Thunder to name a few.

>> No.1925502
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No love for Tech Romancer?

>> No.1925548

I share a birthday with the system. My best memory is getting it on launch day, which just happened to be my 13th birthday. Turning it on for the first time and seeing the logo bounce on to the screen. It is by FAR my favorite console of all time, and just thinking back to that moment makes my heart flutter.

>> No.1925656

Dreamcast launch in Australia

>Delayed in August from September 30 to October 35 citing browser/modem issues
>Delayed from October 25 to Nov 30 on October 21st
>Stock for two states was meant to arrive for midnight launch but was lost
>33.6k modem instead of 56k (actual excuse: "australian internet is not that busy")
>Dedicated servers were promised before launch, never happened
>Internet was not ready until March 200
>Internet exclusive to per hour internet plans
>No first party software available on launch day - took a week to come in
>VMUs and extra controllers absent on launch day - took weeks to come in
>Official Dreamcast magazine ditched before launch
>No marketing funds provided by Sega Japan
>Advertising meant to kick off December 5 but never happened
>Ad posters never arrived from overseas

The dream was over before it began ;_;

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Sleep well sweet prince, I always wanted to have you but never did, because of shitty country where no one heard of Sega or Nintendo back then. Maybe one day...

>> No.1925706

Sonic Adventures was great. What are you talking about?

>> No.1925774
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Illbleed maybe cheesy as fuck, but still, it's one of my favorite videogames of all time:

>> No.1925782

>Would your country happen to be Spain
Nah, it's Ukraine

>> No.1925791
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>> No.1925969

It's not long if you know the routes

>> No.1925971


That it is.

I'm gong to go home and play Illbleed.

>> No.1925978

Come on I'm frome Belarus and I got my DC, VMU and Rumble Pack from a local market easily.

>> No.1925996
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>bought a dreamcast for today
>it is broken

>> No.1926003

I'm celebrating by starting a new game of 7th Cross Evolution. I might be the only person in the world that enjoys this game..

>> No.1926013

I remember about this time 15 years ago being in High School and some dumbass in my class telling me how the Dreamcast was the greatest console ever and how it will drive Nintendo and any other competitors out of business.

Come to think about it, that's my only Dreamcast memory.

>> No.1926015

Check the connectors on power supply, check if the laser and that metal screw thingy that moves the laser is not jammed.

>> No.1926024

nah, I won't be able to fix this. Something very specific is messed up with it. It'll turn on and read discs and all just fine but no audio or video comes out. I haven't tried VGA or anything but I don't think that would help. Whatever it is, something's fried in there and I don't have the soldering skills to fix it

>> No.1926056

Could it just be a worn out ribbon cable?

>> No.1926064

>tfw it seems like 9/9/09 on /v/ was just the other day

>> No.1926079

By ribbon cable, do you just mean the composite av cable? Because that appears to be in perfect condition, as does the av out plug. The whole thing looks good as new from the outside, I'm going to open it up and see if there's a giant dead spider inside or something stopping it from working.

>> No.1926087

>buy a dreamcast
>controller ports don't work
>find redneck fix
>break the fuses off because no matter how far I twisted the controllers just didnt fucking work
god dammit fuck this stupid fucking console and it's shitty 'fire protection'. i would fix it by getting new fuses, but i dont know if that is the issue either, and dont have the means to solder so would have to get a professional to do it. why on earth would they make the cords on the controllers so fucking short if they put a kill switch IN THE GOD DAMNED CONTROLLER BOARD? IT LASTED ONE FUCKING DAY. i bet kids were frustrated when this first came out.

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This one or another one (gray).

>> No.1926121

When it got discontinued I was a Nintendo fan

>> No.1926131

What the fuck? Are you kidding me?

>> No.1926132

>there is no ribbon cable
this might explain things

>> No.1926134

nevermind, I retract my statement, I was looking in the wrong spot. everything looks pretty fine in here to me.

>> No.1926137

Playing Shenmue 2 (Xbox version emulated through Xbox 360) in tribute while drinking some fermented water.

The cunt that sold it to me straight up lied about its condition though, so i'll complete it then send it back.

>> No.1926171

Is there any way to play Propeller Arena online? Are there still people playing it in private servers?

>> No.1926191

Good, nichijou sucks

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>Still have the 240 x 180 mpeg of the Sonic Adventure trailer I saved back in 1999
>I have been on the internet for more than 15 years

>> No.1926362

I didn't get blown away by either, thanks to exagerated monitor resolutions on my voodoo 3 SLI

>> No.1926373

>go looking and late independent commercial releases
>most of them are sold out/out of print
Guess I'll just burn Cave Story for fun

>> No.1926407

Getting Marvel vs Capcom 2 when it was new.

Getting my "Mature" game GTA 2, playing the shit out of it. Best GTA.

Doing all the stories for Sonic Adventure 1, playing with the Chao garden.

using the UMV for MvsC2 to unlock shit.

Fapping to Dead or Alive 2 Kasumi tits from a demo disc.

My friend selling me Shenmue for 30 bucks and basically playing the best game of all time.

>> No.1926476

I also recommend Wind & Water if you're looking for a independent commercial puzzle game on the Dreamcast, likely also out of print but here's a link.

>> No.1926478

How are you still using the same harddrive?

>> No.1926513

I have stuff dating back to 2003 at least, would have more if I hadn't reformatted the wrong hard drive in early 2004 when I was trying to move everything off my old computer. At this point I have like five layers of folders.
Old PC\Sandisk Backup\Stuff Off Duron 950\Pentium II

But not much Dreamcast stuff because I couldn't stay on the Internet for long enough to download one .cdi at 56k.

>> No.1926518

Anybody know why nulldc is crashing on me? I'm trying to play chu chu rocket, and it crashes as soon as I load the ISO. I have d3dx9_42.dll in the same folder, and I have a bios pack as well, so I don't think that this is the issue. The machine I'm running it on doesn't have a dedicated graphics card, could that be an issue?

>> No.1926521
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Dude I never had the startup money to make a still and sell fermented water out of my garage, I'm not a pro at this stuff, okay?

Fucking moron.

>> No.1926542

That was similar to my first experience with the DC, and it put me off from it until I got one in 2003 and discovered it was the shit.

>tfw the sixth gen blew me away in 2001
>tfw I could've experienced it 2 years earlier

>> No.1926543


Off yourself you worthless prick.

>> No.1926739


>> No.1926750

I had the same problem, and it had to do with my Toshiba and non-supported refresh rates, not resolution itself.

Unfortunately, the only way I could resolve my problem was getting a VGA->HDMI converter from monoprice. I wouldn't necessarily suggest the same solution.

>> No.1926756


Why not? Too expensive?

>> No.1926768

It's only like 30 bucks.

I'm just hesitant to recommend since your issue may or may not be different than mine. I had to hunt for information about my specific TV before I found this solution.

>> No.1926775


How's the picture?

>> No.1926797

Dreamcast shouldn't be retro.
It's a sixth gen system, which isn't Retro according to the rules.
If Dreamcast is /vr/, then so should Xbox, PS2, and GameCube.

>> No.1926798

It's fine. I only use the unit itself to modify the refresh to a standard refresh rate that the TV will accept. To answer the next question, there is very little latency, but it is there.

>> No.1926807

Sega's last system and it was dead by the time the Gamecube came out. Both PS2 and Gamecube lasted much longer.

>> No.1926808

I think they allow it because its lifespan was so short. On the other hand, Xbox and GC lasted until the mid-2000s while the PS2 somehow still had support until 2013.

>> No.1926821
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My friend made this for me. We played PSO all the time. It was an obsession for both of us. I was the big black HUcast. I wonder if that file is still there....

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Just relaxing and playing some Sailor Hunting Simulator.

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>leaving out Maken X and Gundam Side Story

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>> No.1926878

Is there any way to play this online, still? Any private servers?

>> No.1926885

this is thps3 not on dreamcast

what you trying to say?

>> No.1926886

I highly doubt it... But it's not impossible.

>> No.1926887


Still? The game was never officially released.

>> No.1926891

There's a few netplay videos around, and I've heard it's peer to peer, so I was just wondering how that worked.

>> No.1926902

Nothing. Dreamcasts optical drive died a long time ago, so I gave my old games to my sister when I bought her a DC for her birthday one year.

Was worth it really... I should get the drive replaced and burn copies of my old games though...

>> No.1926915

how long ago was it when dreamcast games were cheap? they are starting to get so expensive now

>> No.1926919

That's just retro games in general. Demand went up, so prices went up.

>> No.1926923

They went up? The top I see them is like $20 still.

>> No.1926926

they are like 40 dollars for any non shit condition one or non sonic game

>> No.1926936

Well 99% of cd games in generally are scratched to hell. Still I find a dreamcast game every now and then that isn't scratched. I haven't bought a dreamcast game on ebay so idk if you mean ebay prices. I still feel very leery buying any kind of cd off ebay.

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>> No.1927329

I remember when I got the Dreamcast for my birthday in 2002. My grandma found it at TJ max for $50. It was great when I first put in Sonic Adventure. That intro caught my eye and hooked me into the game.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cKsWwi7qIE&index=96&list=ELDEf7otpoXZo on repairing a lser

http://gdemu.wordpress.com/ This is some hardware that emulates the Gd-rom drive and runs games even faster then before. Guy currently isn't taking any new orders yet.

Also have you tried dreamcast emulation?

Same here, Sonic team did a great job with catching people's attentions at the start. You don't need millions of explosion to capture a persons attention.

They did make Nights: journey of Dreams for the Wii which is a nice game. Not sure how it is compared to the origional though.

I wasn't blown away when I first got my ps2. Then again, I played Luigi's mansion first before playing Jack and Daxter or Frogger. While frogger played like crap, Jack 1 isn't a bad game, it never caught my attention like Sonic Adventure did.

>> No.1927330

Where did you get it? Gotta link?

>> No.1927334

Who gives a shit?

>> No.1927335

Not all HDTV VGA plugs support 640x480. You can go from VGA to HDMI.

>> No.1927342

It was ahead of it's time. Yet, it is retro. If it does not seem like that many years, it is because the innovations of the DC appeared in the last gen. Games, Ideas, etc.

>> No.1927351


$60 but it has a scanline generator built into it and it supports 480i.

>> No.1927359

I'm not the guy you were talking too though

>> No.1927370

I've heard about these. Are they as good as the (un)official VGA boxes like Performance/Blaze?

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>> No.1927414

I never used it, but adam Koralik really liked it in his review of it. He does demostrate the features in the vvideo in the latter half.


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All of 2001 went by fast.

I remember on 9/11 being bored because all the same stuff was on ever channel, so I booted up PSO and it was the next morning.

How I miss those times.

>> No.1927451


In order to do that you'd have to have the source for the netcode, and we all know how SEGA is with SC. And PA never went online, so the servers we're never inplimented, I've read it uses basically the same that AFO and Daytona USA 2001 used, those we're also ATT servers that they pinged to since ATT was SegaNets backbone.

>> No.1927465

never played phantasy star you think its worth playing today? looking at it doesnt impress me that much but it could be fun to play

sometimes you dont know how fun a game is unless you actually tried it not looking at the video

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Old school PSO player here. I've tried Blue Burst and I really want to get into it but the player base is just dead and a big chunk of the ships are completely empty.

I'm nostalgiafagging though so it's probably different for you.

If you wanna check out Blue Burst I'll play it with ya.

>> No.1927491

thanks for offering that but i would have to buy the broadband add on and maybe i will but for now i have already bought to much stuff lately

>> No.1927496


Blue Burst is on PC, it's EP 1/2 & some extras. It's cross-playable with the GC version.


>> No.1927508

worth a try then ill try it out tomorrow and ill let you know my player name

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>> No.1927648


I was playing MvC2

Then I had to shit.

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I posted in another thread and it's past midnight but Happy Dreamcast Day /vr/os

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Happy 2013 new year round eye

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Actual DC born in 1998
I'm Euro so what should I celebrate?
I still congratulate you americlaps for the great launch you had for the greatest console ever.
Also 9/9/99 is fucking cool.

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I got this two together in a videogame street market. The DC was like 2 months on almost 24/7 on my flat.
We had different schedules with our flatmates, but there was always at least one of us playing. You would wake up hearingh "click-clickc-click" compulsively. It was the trigger.

>> No.1928038


Listen, I love Dreamcast, but seriously, boot that shit up some-time. Sonic Adventure is terrible.

>> No.1928061

>Got new PC
>Excited about prospect of Dreamcast
>Talk excitedly about it on this new IRC thing I found
>Someone tells me it will fail because sega
>Found PC gaming
>Didn't give a shit when he was right

>> No.1928104

>Gundam Side Story

I played that as a kid and I kind of remember it being shitty.

Is it worth picking up? It's kind of pricey now.

>> No.1928112


The thing is, DC games never got super cheap like PS2 or OG Xbox.

Maybe RIGHT after it was discontinued unsold copies were discounted, but I've been paying close attention since then and most good DC games really seemed to hold their value secondhand.

A bit like GC stuff I guess.

>> No.1928157

Maybe now, but not then.

>> No.1928163

Marvel vs. Capcom (the original) had a speed option that allowed for fights that lasted only a few seconds. The first night I got it and found this feature, my roommate and I (we had just moved into our first apartment after college) called all of our friends over and had a series of fast tournaments. The most amazing part was that the controls were so accurate despite being played so incredibly fast. Something like 15 friends ended up coming and we played for hours trading off characters and players. It was a ball. I've never seen such a feature on any other game before or since.

Grandia II might be the best JRPG of all time (on the Dramcast that is). Incredible story, characters, graphics and battle system. Basically the perfect JRPG.

Soul Calibur II was definitely the best fighter for ANY console EVER. The graphics were amazing and still are, the controls were smooth as silk and the extra options/challenges/features/modes....well lets just say there were LOTS of them.

Also, the internet and keyboard worked well with the console at the time.

Before the Dreamcast I wasn't a fan of Sega. The Dreamcast was possibly the best console ever made (as far as being one that was made for gamers of its day that is). It was really sad when we found out that it was being discontinued. It was a few years before I bought a used Playstation 2, a really good system with tons of good games, but the unique feeling of the Dreamcast and its games never returned. They were just FUN. Not kiddie fun (Wii), not Playstation fun, just a joy to play.

>> No.1928178

>browsing a Best Buy

"oh...a dreamcast kiosk..."

>sonic adventure
>game is not fun
>hate the controller
>go back to looking at the PC games

Oh. The memories.

>> No.1928186

Yeah, Sonic sucked (as well as a few other early releases) and the controller looked and felt like crap when you first used it but it turned out to be really responsive with certain games. Still hate how they attached the cord to the bottom and had it fold underneath...that was strange.

After a short time though, some good games started coming out and my roommate (who worked at an EB Games location) convinced me to go in with him on buying one to try it out. The first game we got was Power Stone and we were hooked.

>> No.1928195

>Soul Calibur II was definitely the best fighter for ANY console EVER.

Dude, 2 is the worst Soul Calibur game in the series. It's great until you start getting good and then it's fuzzy guards and impact chains up the ass. I want a fighting game, not a blocking simulator.

>> No.1928196

Oops. I meant KB Toys, not EB Games. lol.

>> No.1928206

You might be right. I haven't played it in a long time but I remember a lot of blocking. Still, I just loved the game for all of the extras and it still played really well for the time ( I should have said it was the best released at the time ).

>> No.1928257

It's good if you have the patience to learn the controls and the squad system. I guess it can be considered a sim, kinda like Steel Battalion just without the ridiculous controller.

>> No.1928259

And yes, it's worth it, then again I'm a big UC Gundam fan.

>> No.1928321

best part about the DC was it had a good library of games and it's a small one to complete. though, you might as well just get the good games and skip stuff like toy commander or speed devils.

>> No.1928357



I was a pretty big Gundam fan at the time, but the point of sims was certainly lost on me. I might check it out.

>> No.1928383

Dc lightgun is second best for accuracy best one is the Namco ps1 gun though probably cus of the video port

>> No.1928584

Just because you don't like it doesn't make it terrible.

>> No.1928659

mah cracka

>> No.1928826

>tfw no ridiculous controller for Side Story
I-I just want to pretend to be in a mobile suit

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Code Veronica.

This game is fucking hardcore in every sense of the word.

>> No.1929092

It's 15 years old for fuck's sake.

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