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Sega Dreamcast consoles

Japan is very serious when it comes to recycling, that is why you can find so many second hand stores for almost any type of products. 244 more words

Shenmue I & II: My Most Concise Review (Originally Posted on MetaCritic 26/08/18)

It simply doesn’t get better than this. In spite of their age (originally released 1999-2001), Shenmue I & II are still doing things right that even recent video games are getting wrong. 567 more words


Review: Shenmue (100 hours, Dreamcast)

What caught my attention about Shenmue was that it was literally the only Dreamcast game I saw in the sales charts in the magazine “Electronic Gaming Monthly.” Though it wasn’t highly ranked, it was on the list. 759 more words


Blog Tour for Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake (dreamcast & giveaway)

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake.  This tour is being hosted by YA Bound Book Tours.  Today I will have a dreamcast and giveaway. 1,217 more words

Young Adult Books

Reliving the Dream

2019 marks the 20th anniversary that Sega launched its final console the Dreamcast in the West. Of course, its real 20th anniversary was last year when it launched in Japan on November 27, 1998. 2,128 more words

Video Games

Review: Dave Mirra's Freestyle BMX (~18 hours, Dreamcast version)

Without a doubt, Dave Mirra’s Freestyle BMX is a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater-clone, albeit with BMX bikes instead of skateboards. It’s actually a pretty competent clone but a clone nonetheless. 511 more words


Review: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (~20 hours, Dreamcast version)

I would say the Dreamcast version of the first Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is the best, but it feels like a port of a PlayStation game, and it probably is. 577 more words