Sega's last game console. Considered by many to be one of the greatest systems of all time. It died only three years after its launch, due to bad decision-making on a corporate level, no support from EA, and hype from Sony's PlayStation 2. Despite this, the Dreamcast still has a strong following, and games are still being produced for it in Japan. The Dreamcast was innovative in the fact that it was the first next-gen system of the four, had online capabilities right out of the box, and presented the first true 3D Sonic game. Many fans believe that this isn't the last Sega console, and that plans for a new system will begin in at least 6 years, or after Sega pays off their debt.
by Dr. Atomic January 15, 2005
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Sega's last gasp. Pure proof that Sega has always been ahead of their time hardware wise, with only Sonic on their side.
Although sonyroolz was a moron, the PS2 is still alive today...
by Mr. Sandman August 06, 2005
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The Dreamcast was a very good 128 bit video game system. It did die early, but it was still very fun to play and it had some awesome hardware packed into it. The Dreamcast had great games. People wish it was still alive today, and any person who had any real knowledge would know it was a great system. Some people say "Oh it was just some lousy hunka junk". It really wasn't and they are dumb people.
"D00D like come over to my house and we can play some video games on my Sega Dreamcast!"
by segarocks1234 December 15, 2004
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A console produced from Sega, legend says that if you sleep next to a Sega Dreamcast that your dreams will be casted.
by Anonymous March 15, 2003
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The SEGA Dreamcast was one of the last successful launches in the history of SEGA. With the biggest launch library (USA) of 24 games at intial launch, it was also internet ready with games that meekly used it, but later on was used for gaming itself. Some games on it, if not most, were mere ports from the SEGA Saturn to the Dreamcast due to the death of the Saturn (Including Shenmue). To date, Dreamcast is still strong in many people's hearts, but because of bad decisions and lack of faith in their followers, SEGA decided to withdraw from the hardware biz.
Sega Dreamcast, with its 24 game launch, and its online capabilities, make it a match for any of the others competitors.
by neoaGeS July 19, 2005
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One of the best consoles to live, had games such as Shenmue 2 which still sells for the Xbox, a 'next generation' console today. A lot of other titles including sonic adventure, are on 'next generation' consoles. £25 in gamestation
by Kieran February 28, 2004
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A console system released by SEGA.
It had enormous potential but was let down by a lack of games and first-party support. Still popular in some circles, the Dreamcast is often compared to the Saturn, an earlier console that lost to the Playstation, because even though it had more potential, it was difficult to code for.
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