Sega Dreamcast Turns 15 Years Old

Posted on September 9, 2014 by
Sega Dreamcast Turns 15 Years Old

On September 9, 1999 (9/9/99), Sega launched its Dreamcast gaming console in the United States. It was Sega's last video game console to date and after it they just remained in the software business. Sega sold 500,000 console in only two weeks of the console being available. The Dreamcast had some amazing launch titles including Soul Calibur, Sonic Adventure, Power Stone, Marvel vs. Capcom, and The House of the Dead 2. Sadly, on March 30, 2001, Sega discontinued production of the system. Sega had a good run of video game consoles and I have many fond memories of the release back in 1999. I especially enjoyed Soul Calibur from Namco and Shenmue from Sega. What are your favorite memories of the 15 year old game console from Sega?