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E3 2010: More Dreamcast games confirmed

Up to 24 Dreamcast titles will be made available on Xbox 360 and PS3 over the course of the next year. Sega West president Mike Hayes told CVG that the publisher hopes to have somewhere between 18 and 24” classic games ready for download by Summer 2010. He also revealed …

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Dreamcast returns in digital

Classic Dreamcast titles are returning with new features and in High Definition, Sega has announced. Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi will be the first two titles out of the blocks and will be available digitally on XBLA and PSN this Autumn. Dreamcast was launched in 1999 and has a software …

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Dreamcast games coming to PS3

MCV can reveal that SCEA is currently in discussions to bring a number of Dreamcast titles exclusively to PSN. Though the releases could yet go multiplatform, Sony is considering signing a dedicated long-term” exclusivity deal for the titles in return for offering additional marketing support. As part of the possible …

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Dreamcast celebrates 10th birthday

Whilst fans of Liverpudlian pop may well celebrate September 9th 2009 for other reasons, EA Sports boss – and self-processed murderer of the Dreamcast – Peter Moore has reminded us all that today is in fact the 10th birthday of Sega’s famous Dreamcast console. Furthermore, in a eulogy to the …

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Peter Moore: Casual is the future

Industry heavyweight and former Xbox boss Peter Moore has given casual gaming a huge thumbs up whilst casting doubt over the long-term validity of the established hardcore console market. The claims come in spite of the recent departure of Casual boss Kathy Vrabeck and the merging of EA’s Casual and …

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Peter Moore: I killed the Dreamcast

In an interview with British daily broadsheet The Guardian , current EA Sports boss and the ex head of hardware for both Xbox 360 and Sega has admitted that it was he who made the final decision to pull Sega out of the hardware market. We had a tremendous 18 …

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