Dreamcast

What's Your Favorite Dreamcast Game?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | With the Dreamcast turning 20 this week, let's talk about our favorite Dreamcast games.

Starting Screen | Why I Ignored the Dreamcast 20 Years Ago

I was a teenage Debby Dreamcast Downer.

Why the Dreamcast Still Matters

Why the Sega Dreamcast still resonates with game enthusiasts on its 20th anniversary.

Amy Hennig, Hideaki Itsuno, and Other Developers Share Their Favorite Dreamcast Games, 20 Years Later

For the Dreamcast's 20th anniversary in North America, we asked game developers about their favorite games from Sega's short-lived console.

Power Stone Producer Says He'd Love To Make Another One

And the Switch would make a great fit for it.

It Might Be 10 Years Before There's a Sega Saturn Mini

Just in time for the Saturn's 35th birthday.

USG is at PAX East 2019! Panel Times, Coverage, and Where to Find Us!

Watch Kat, Nadia, and Mike live at PAX East! And read all of our articles too.

Sega Wants to Bring Classic Dreamcast Games Like Jet Set Radio to Switch

Sega and Nintendo, like peanut butter and chocolate.

Panzer Dragoon Saga Creator's Ideas for a Remake: More Player Choice and a Souls-Like Online Component

Yukio Futatsugi has some ideas about what he'd add to a Panzer Dragoon Saga remake.

Crazy Taxi and Split/Second are Coming to Xbox Games With Gold in February

Along with Shadow Warrior and an Assassin's Creed spinoff.

USstreamer: Escape to the City with Sonic Adventure 2 [Now Archived on YouTube!]

On this week's retro stream, Bob celebrates the 15th anniversary of Sonic Adventure 2 with a solid hour of going fast.

The Day the Dreamcast Died

Fifteen years ago today, Sega ended production of the Dreamcast. We talked to some of the people who witnessed its rise and fall firsthand.

Blog of the Blood God: Grandia II Unexpectedly Returns on Steam and Good Old Games

One of the Dreamcast's best (and only) RPGs is back.

Homebrew Dev Working on Remixing Kojima's Snatcher for Dreamcast

Hideo Kojima didn't only make Metal Gear, you know. A homebrew dev is looking to bring one of his early titles to a more modern audience.

Next Gen Graphics, Part 2: PlayStation 2, Dreamcast, Nintendo 64, and More

Our visual look into the graphical leaps between console generations continues