Am i not Wrong?
Why, that's just an early model of the WiiU.
Quote from: NejinOniwa on August 10, 2011, 03:07:30 am
Why, that's just an early model of the WiiU.
I was expecting to see Yuyuko when I clicked the thread open.
I've never played anything on Dreamcast, on Saturn I've played a total of 1 hour of game that I don't remember the name of.
I used to have a Dreamcast, although the only games I really liked on it where the two Sonic Adventure games and Phantasy Star Online V2
I am trying to make a novice dreamcast collection. so far, i got 15 genuine games, every game ever made for the dreamcast ripped,the vga adapter, the sd adapter, all accessories except the broadband adapter, maracas, and train controller. if anyone has any dreamcast stuff they want to sell; let me know :D
My brother either has a Dreamcast or a Saturn.... I forget which. /randominfo
If it's black, it;s a Saturn. If it's grey, it's a Dreamcast.
I've never actually seen it, it's in storage or some such.
my cousin ryan had a dreamcast. before the family fell apart me and my sister used to sleep over his house, and i remember seeing it and wanting to try it really bad (never did). :[
to this day i wonder where ryan is, how he's doing, and if he still has the dreamcast. xD
I have aa Dreamcast!!! bought it not long ago pretty cheap and already got 3 games (Shenmue, ChuChu Rocket and Virtua Fighter 3tb)
Loving it a lot.... also the ability to play cd-roms is nice :D
A real pity IMO that this system never got the attention it deserved.
are dreamcast games rare? :\ and if so, what's the degree of rarity? are we talking N64 rare or atari rare?
In my experience, while they aren't as common as either one you mentioned, there's also not as much demand for them, meaning Dreamcast stuff is generally easy to find at a reasonable price. You can usually pick up just the system with a memory card and Sonic Adventure for less than the cost of an N64 with Super Mario 64
ah, ok. maybe i'll ask for one for christmas or my birthday next year. :3
You guys are looking for Dreamcast games? I can probably still get you some from the secondhand store.
Gah... the DC controller... couldn't you have posted a pic of the console instead? ;-;
That out of the way, as mentioned in a separate thread, I am indeed a proud owner of a Sega Dreamcast. I actually picked it up just before heading here to AR. It was my aunt's, and she had it around for my cousins to play with so she could enjoy her NES. That never really worked out though. None of them really showed any interest in it, and it had this problem where the games wouldn't load up if you closed the lid all the way. I was the only person who really knew how to get it to work, so she just gave it to me (after I declined to take it from her several times before). I wasn't really sure what I was going to do with it, because many of the DC games I was interested in had been ported to the PS2, XBox, or GC. With a bit of indifference, I set about opening up the console to try and find out why it wouldn't load games. I opened it up... and I fell in love. I couldn't remember the last time I saw a console with such simple innards (it wasn't long before this I had dismantled a used PS3... several times... in a futile attempt to overcome the Yellow Light of Death... *bulging forehead vein pops*). It was so beautifully uncomplicated - every working part was visible within such a confined space. If I wanted, I could understand every working part within half an hour. For once, I felt a feeling of "I could actually fix this thing!" - so I did. It was a rather crude fix, the lever that causes the disc to spin wasn't properly contacting with the catch on the lid, so I just made some adjustments to make the lever bigger (I wrapped it in heat shrink). So now it works like new. Hell, I even removed the silly sticker had placed on it and cleaned off all the tobacco smoke residue. I then found out about all the classic fighting games on Dreamcast and felt really satisfied that I had gotten it to work.
So it and the XBox came with me to AR, and now me and my gf have every major console of the sixth generation of video games. Sadly, the only legit game for DC I currently own is a demo disc, and the games that I am interested in are not all that cheap to attain :/.
I liked my Dreamcast, but after Sega found the remains of the verification servers for PSO and pulled the plug on them (Which I, and other people, where using as a backdoor past the game's tight security to log onto a fan-made server, ages after the official game servers shut down), I slowly found myself less interested in the system. Also, aside from PSO and the Sonic Adventure games, I really never found anything that interested me enough to make me want to keep the system, so I ended up selling it.
Now, I really liked the Saturn (It was a very nice system), but the games are so expensive compared to other classic consoles (Anything even remotely worth playing runs $30+ used in my experience)
likely because lots of gamers know the dreamcast, while few know the saturn. :\
that said, i'd look into getting a dreamcast if there was one local. there's a lovely used game shop a couple towns over from here. the next time i'm in the area i'll look. ^^
That's the thing about Dreamcasts, even though the better games are costly, the consoles themselves are pretty much dirt cheap. Aside from the rarer black ones, at least >.>. I would imagine you could find at least one at the nearest retro-gaming/gaming hobbyist stores (read: pretty much anywhere but Gamestop). I've seen them for about the same price as a PS1.
Why couldn't they have designed their controllers better? ;-;
Also... shouldn't this thread be in the General Computers and Gaming section? oO
I found a Dreamcast controller at a yardsale...
I was digging through my stuff, and stumbled onto my Dreamcast Web Browser disc. I remember being able to use it fairly well when I still had dial-up, as long as I stuck to the mobile versions of websites (It's browser wasn't advanced enough to handle most modern websites)
I'm still extremely satisfied with my DC, Skies of Arcadia should arrive in a few days <3
Also I'd really love to get my hands on a BBA, but these things are EXPENSIVE!!!
Wow... I didn't even know there was a broadband adapter for the Dreamcast. This is most certainly interesting news.
Well, the good news is, if you have a PC that has Win 98 installed, there is an alternative to buying that expensive device (http://dreamcast.onlineconsoles.com/phpBB2/guides_pcdcwin98.php).
i'd like to try that, but it makes me wonder if there's anyone left to play with?
I would imagine you'd look online for forum-goers interested in playing Dreamcast games with you.
There's already a service called XLink Kai (http://www.teamxlink.co.uk/) that lets you play PS2, PS3, PSP, XBox, XBox 360, and Gamecube online with anybody, so I'm sure there's communities out there of people who still play old consoles with basic online capabilities.
whoooo, oldfags unite! xD
Must get, must play Rogue Squadron III and Top Gun online.
My idea of multiplayer gaming involves a chess match with my computer... .__.
aw, not even that skype changeling game registers as multiplayer for you? :[
@stew: someday :3