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access_time January 14, 2011 at 1:56 PM in Press Releases by

SEGA’s Most Beloved Dreamcast Games in a Must-Have Collection

LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (January 14, 2011) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that a packaged compilation of classic titles from SEGA’s popular Dreamcast™ console will hit retail shelves for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC digital download. The Dreamcast Collection will be available on February 25, 2011, in Europe and February 22 in North America.
The Dreamcast Collection includes the fan favorites Sonic Adventureâ„¢, Crazy Taxiâ„¢, SEGA Bass Fishingâ„¢ and Space Channel 5â„¢: Part 2.  Players will get to enjoy four very different Dreamcast experiences, from hopping behind the steering wheel of Crazy Taxi, to taking things a little slower by luring in their fish before catching them hook, line and sinker with SEGA Bass Fishing. Alternatively, take over as intergalactic news reporter Ulala in Space Channel 5: Part 2 and dance your way past the evil Rhythm Rogues, or make it all about speed in Sonic’s first Dreamcast outing, Sonic Adventure!
SEGA’s Dreamcast Collection features enhanced graphics for both platforms versions, providing an even more engaging experience. In addition to this, achievements and online leader boards will be available on Xbox 360 for each game providing a competitive edge and allowing players to prove their skills!
“The Dreamcast console is still remembered as a pioneering console for online gaming,” commented Gary Knight, VP of Marketing at SEGA of America and SEGA Europe “We are delighted to be able to offer to our large community of dedicated fans a collection such as Dreamcast Collection for them to enjoy old favorites on this Xbox 360 and Windows PC.”
Dreamcast Collection will be available in North America on February 22, 2011, for Xbox 360 and Windows PC digital download.
For more information and assets, please visit www.sega-press.com.


  • ShadowThePika January 19, 2011 at 4:29 PM

    Only 4 games? Even the Genesis collections usually have 6 titles or so! Cmon! Give us Power Stone, or Soul Calibur, or even one of those crappy sports games, just something! Ooh, put Seamen on it! Everyone loves Seamen!

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