The second year of Dreamcast was a dichotomy. More games were released for the console during this time than the rest of its lifespan, including some hugely well-received and critically acclaimed titles. However, on March 31 2001, the system was discontinued by its creator.
This book is a love letter to Sega's swan song in the home console market, exploring the ups and downs of its most colourful year, whilst also analyzing what went wrong.
Featuring interviews with the likes of Adam Koralik, Corey Marshall and Iain Lee, written features diving deep into various aspects of the system's games and history, plus a host of restrospectives coupled with a release library; Dreamcast: Year Two is packed full of insights and information that any fan of the console will enjoy.
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