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10 unforgettable games to remember Sega's Dreamcast

O Dreamcastlast masterpiece in consoles produced by Segaoccupies a prominent place in the chronology of video games. Officially released on September 9th in North America, this console innovation quickly captured the admiration of gamers with its surprisingly advanced graphics and innovative gameplay capabilities for the time. Despite having had a relatively short life cycle on the market, the Dreamcast left a lasting legacy, captivating millions of gaming enthusiasts electronic games with its selection of exceptional titles.

This one console introduced advanced technical features, bringing a new era of online interactivity and connectivity, paving the way for future generations of consoles. With a rich and diverse library of gamesincluding epic adventures, thrilling races and innovative combat experiences, the Dreamcast offered an unprecedented entertainment experience.

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Among the titles that marked the trajectory of Dreamcastare found games that defined genres and established new standards for the quality of gameplay and narrative. In this retrospective, we invite you to explore some of the games most memorable and influential that graciously called the Dreamcast from home, thus celebrating the rich heritage and indelible impact that this console had on the panorama of video games.

Shenmue

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Crazy Taxi

The frantic simulator that puts you in the shoes of a taxi driver who has to take passengers to their destinations as quickly as possible is a true Dreamcast classic. The recipe for success also featured songs from the popular bands The Offspring and Bad Religion, fitting like a glove with the frenetic pace of the game, which was the console's best-selling in the US, surpassing one million copies.

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Soulcalibur

Some players consider the arrival of this game on the Dreamcast as the moment when video games finally surpassed Arcade games. Quite playable to this day, the first “Soul Calibur” left many people speechless with its cutting-edge graphics and fine-tuned gameplay, being classified almost unanimously as one of the best console and fighting games ever made.

Resident Evil – Code: Veronica

Fourth game in the acclaimed Capcom franchise, which was released exclusively on the Dreamcast. The main differences with its predecessors are that instead of using pre-rendered scenarios, “Code: Veronica” uses real-time 3D environments, along with a new camera system. Despite low sales, it is still considered one of the best games in the series.

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Ikaruga

Released for the Dreamcast after the console had already finished production, the game gained a legion of fans after it arrived on the Dreamcast, thanks to its impeccable visuals and different gameplay, where the player needed to change the shape of the ship according to the colors from enemies, to protect and attack. A “navinha” game that entertains like few others in this genre.

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Grandia II

One of the most striking Japanese RPGs of its time, which went head to head with giants like “Final Fantasy”. It was highly praised not only for its spectacular graphics for that period, but also because of its excellent battle system, classified by some players as the best among all games of this type in those days.

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Jet Set Radio

Another Dreamcast game that caught a lot of people's attention when it was released in 2000. It was one of the first games to have a 3D open world, a challenge that was made even greater for the developers by the fact that they were making a game where the character moves very quickly. Fortunately, everything worked out and the game became one of the Dreamcast classics.

Marvel vs. Capcom 2

An absolute success in the Sega video game, this game is special on the Dreamcast because it is a perfect copy of the Arcade version, which made many people purchase the console to enjoy the game in the comfort of their home. In Japan, it even had an online mode! With many playable characters, cutting-edge 2.5D graphics and balanced gameplay, it is still one of the best games in the franchise.

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Sonic Adventure

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The best-selling game in Dreamcast history, with 2.5 million copies, and is also the first fully 3D Sonic game. It was tremendously praised by critics and players at the time, as it managed to convey the great experience of Mega Drive games, despite being 3D. Its sequel, also for Dreamcast, was equally praised.

Skies of Arcadia

It's difficult to remember the excellent Dreamcast games without mentioning this true Sega classic, which has a special place in the memories of every RPG fan who enjoyed the console. Its graphics were incredible for the period, and just as competent were its story, gameplay and soundtrack.

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