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Sega Dreamcast

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Have any of you ever owned a Dreamcast? I don't remember ever seeing on in person, but it caught my eye while researching retro consoles.

 

First, the Dreamcast has the best graphics of the sixth-generation consoles. Xbox arguably has more processing power, but you're limited to component cables. Only the Dreamcast supports 60Hz VGA output, which makes even older games look AMAZING.

 

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Secondly, Dreamcast is objectively the best system for playing Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2. It beats the pants off the PS1 and N64 versions, which were previous generation consoles.

 

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It has a surprisingly large game library with some pretty unique stuff. Here are some highlights:

 

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Another big advantage of the Dreamcast is that, although the original games can be expensive to buy, it's extremely easy to burn copies of Dreamcast games to regular CD-R discs.

 

That's good news for me, because one of the games I'd like to play is Rez, but it was not released in North America and costs $80 or more for a European copy.

 

 

Just ordered a used one from ebay and am excited to try it out. :)

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I picked up a dreamcast for 15 bucks at a retro game store some years ago.  Fantastic system. 

 

And seaman...

 

 

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If it flies, floats, or fucks, rent it.

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