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    Good Site For Sega Dreamcast Fans


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    Ah yes....one of my favourite systems for the fact that they made a great arcade stick and an accurate version of marvel vs. capcom.

    Thanks for the site

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    Do you still own your Dreamcast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogamer View Post
    Do you still own your Dreamcast?
    Yes Sir. I actually have the dreamcast with about 50 games as well as the arcade stick, light gun and fishing reel. This was one of the few systems I went overboard with at launch lol. I remember buying a tonne of launchy titles and sleeping over night in a mall to get one.

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    The Dreamcast is one of the best emulation machines imo.

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    I still have my dreamcast. ive got sonic, shinmu, some sports games, and soul caliber. i try to take it out from time to time. it is a relic from my childhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tivo View Post
    I still have my dreamcast. ive got sonic, shinmu, some sports games, and soul caliber. i try to take it out from time to time. it is a relic from my childhood.
    I actually hooked it up to an older tv along with my modded sega saturn, my ps and 3DO. It has some of the greatest arcade games of all time on it. Gotta love house of the dead 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitterbugjohnny View Post
    I actually hooked it up to an older tv along with my modded sega saturn, my ps and 3DO. It has some of the greatest arcade games of all time on it. Gotta love house of the dead 2

    Cool... I have a modded Saturn. Did you install the chip yourself. If so we probably bought it from the same person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogamer View Post
    Cool... I have a modded Saturn. Did you install the chip yourself. If so we probably bought it from the same person.
    I actually didn't use a chip. The process I used dealt with a soldering iron and crossing wires to make it region free. My friend actually destroyed his older model because this process could only be done with "NEW" saturns (those released at the end of the systems life cycle).

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    The chip is the way to go. Not only does it make it region free but it allows you to play backups too.

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