Import news: Dreamcast
Collection grows a bit more
Sega of Japan is planning on re-releasing about a dozen or so Dreamcast games under the DC Collection name. Some of these games are Power Stone 2 and Capcom vs. SNK which are being re-edited and should be ready somewhere between Sept. 11 to 25 for a price tag of $30.
If you want to get in on the action, you can preorder them now at www.lik-sang.com.
New DC game goes gold
Who said the DC
is dead? Border Down, the Dreamcast's newest addition to the lineup, is
now available through preorders at www.ncsx.com.
But you better hurry because there is only a limited amount. Don't be left
out! Check out more here.
Shenmue 3 announced!
It was announced a few days ago that Sega-AM2 is developing a third installment in the Shenmue series. Although no details regarding the storyline, platform or release date have been announced, the game is said to be in development. Sega has stated that they will reveal more details regarding this game in September.
This is really great news for all those people wondering if their favorite franchise was sinking into the abyss. There were even rumors floating around a while that Sega was talking about releasing a DVD just to finish the story off. Well, at least they weren't going to just pull the carpet right from underneath us this time.
I know you have been waiting with bated breath for my next article. Well, it may not be what you're expecting, but to save your manlihood, I felt that I had to do it.
Please head on over to the reviews section and check it out.
Hey guys, I know I haven't updated the site for a few weeks, but fear not! I will be writing a new review and possibly a new feature shortly.
If you guys have any story ideas or would like to help me out on the site, please email me at email@example.com.
Be sure to check out the new Dreamcaster's Realm message boards! They are hip, cool, retro, stylin ... er, ok maybe not, but just check them out or die!
Hey fellas, check out the new feature titled "What if the Dreamcast survived the Sony onslaught." It gives a look on what the gaming industry might be like today.
Yes, finally the guestbook it up! Please check it out on the bottom of the page and let us know what you think about it.
The site is finally starting to come together! As you can see, we've have our new banner. I hope you guys like it. Also, I'm going to be fixing those ugly looking buttons you might have noticed to your left. Instead, we're opting to go with a vertical button layout underneath the banner. This way, it gives us more room around the page. Well, that's it for today. Later, all you Dreamcasters!
We have our first review up. Head on over to the review section and check out what we think about Time Stalkers on the Sega Dreamcast.
Another brief news note for ya! I know all you Dreamcaster's are eagerly awaiting our content to be published, but I'm sorry to tell you that you may have to wait a bit longer.
I want to ensure that when the site fully opens, there will be plenty of information for you to peruse.
Plus, we're are still trying to decide which direction we are going to go. We could either be a Dreamcast tribute site, or we could be a full-fledged multi platform news site with a special department just for our beloved Dreamcast! Until next time, the Topher is out!
Well, here it is folks; the first installment of Dreamcaster's Realm! Yeah, I know the site looks like crap now, but please bare with us. If you would like to help me out with the site, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.