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Intro to the Sega Dreamcast

I was never a huge Sega fan and opeted out of the Dreamcast when it came to market. At the time I felt I had enough game consoles and didn't want to start building another library of games. Having paid a lot for my Saturn and watching it fizzle out, I wasn't too stoked to add another Sega console to the mix. I later realized the errors of my ways and picked up a Sega Dreamcast to add to my growing collection of gaming consoles.

Sega Dreamcast - Technical Specifications

The Dreamcast is a 128-bit video game console which was released by Sega in late 1998 as the successor to the Sega Saturn. It was the first entry in the sixth generation of video game consoles, preceding Sony's PlayStation 2, Microsoft's Xbox and the Nintendo GameCube.

Sega discontinued the Dreamcast in March 2001 and withdrew entirely from the console hardware business, making it the company's final console. Support of the system continued in Europe and Oceania until the end of 2002, while in Japan, consoles were still sold until 2006 and new licensed games continued to be released. According to Bernie Stolar, former President and CEO of Sega of America, the Dreamcast was discontinued because the new chair of Sega wanted the company to focus on software.

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