Sega Dreamcast

Today while in New Milton, Hampshire, visiting a school, I passed a
retro games store and on my way back to the station I purchased an
immaculate boxed Sega Dreamcast for £20, a memory card for £5 and £9
worth of games.

I never owned a Dreamcast, but have heard so many times over the years
that they were an under valued console that was excellent, just badly
marketed and overpriced.

Jus (surprise surprise) had a Dreamcast when she was younger and
requested (on the phone) at the time of purchase that some 'Tomb
Raider' titles were bought too, she has been playing them this
evening. I've been playing 'Crazy Taxi' on the good advice of Hais.

The Dreamcast sits alongside the Megadrive we bought two weeks ago,
and I'm impressed by the graphics, the sound quality and the condition
it is in. First time we turned it on it asked for todays date,
starting at 1998 as default, where have the last ten years gone? They
flew by.

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Matthew Eaves

Matthew Eaves is Director at Creative Learning Systems Ltd

2 thoughts on “Sega Dreamcast”

  1. I just bought a new X-box original and we’ve a mega drive and master system. For your Mega Drive you NEED to get all the Micro Machines games – there is nothing better than 4 player fun!

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