All that the Sega Dreamcast has to offer
in games and periphals is on this page. I decided to add DC content due to lot of information concerning the system. I will
cover emulation, homebrew, periphals, downloads and oddities for the 128 bit wonder
that has so many fans to this day.
DC Software-Browsers & Games
DC peripherals - Controllers-keyboards-light guns-VMUs
DCEmulation.com has many homebrew games and ports that will run on your Dreamcast. DOOM has been ported to the DC and runs at full speed. Also there are many fan made games that entertain us with
a twist on many classic games.
The Dreamcast has quite a few different versions of the same system. The Treamcast is a rare find
these days and when you do find one you'll end up paying upwards of a $1000.00 for it.
Halflife is a game that never was "officially" released. The game was
canned due to Sega pulling the plug on the Dreamcast which sent a lot of publishers a message to bail on projects for the
system. This game was leaked to the internet and is very playable, the only bug in the game is the saves eat up an entire
VMU. This game is available for download and i will have a link up soon directing to the site where the game is at.
The Iomega zip drive was planned for use with the internet in mind. Eventually it was scrapped at
the end of the Dreamcast's life.
The DreamEye is web cam for the Dreamcast. You can use stills or video
The Mouse is compatible with select games and can be used with the PlanetWeb
This is the "Sports Edition" for the U.S, the system was packed with NFL2K1-NHL2k1-NBA2K1 and a black
The Hello Kitty DC available only in Japan, though you can order this system at Liksang.
The "Purple" version of the Hello Kitty DC
The Biohazard Red Clairfield Code Veronica edition
The Hello Kitty "Pink Skeleton" model
The "Sakura Wars Taisen" version of the DC
The "R7" Dreamcast
The Seaman Christmas edition
The "Divers 2000" series with built-in monitor