The Sega Dreamcast console launched on September 9, 1999 and it remains highly regarded as one of the greatest consoles of all-time by discerning video game aficionados to this very day. While it ended up being the last Sega console ever produced, the Dreamcast left lasting memories for gamers. Today, the console celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Dreamcast was a console that wasn’t afraid to experiment with some new ideas in gaming, with games like Unreal Tournament, Quake 3 and Typing of the Dead supporting keyboard and mouse input. Coupled with online gameplay support, the Dreamcast was an incredibly forward-thinking product that was ahead of its time in a lot of ways.
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