Are you a huge fan of the classic Nintendo 64 (N64) console? Here’s a little lost piece of history that you may have never known about!
Dreamcast fans may recall the beloved Skies of Arcadia, which originally launched for the system in 2000 and got a GameCube port in 2002. Since then, fans have still been desperate for a proper follow-up to the cult-classic JRPG – and it looks like they’re far from alone!
Penguin Goods has announced a new line of wireless smartphone chargers featuring the design of SEGA’s video game consoles.
Ever wondered what the classic Dreamcast console would taste like if it were edible? Well, SEGA decided to give it a shot!
Older gamers might remember the beloved Power Stone and Power Stone 2 on Sega’s Dreamcast system. The hero-based brawler was one of the first of its kind besides classics like Super Smash Bros. (N64) – although it featured an isometric perspective instead. It’s been sometime since those games have been relevant, but it looks like its dedicated fans may not be left in limbo forever!
After months of hard work, members of the Nintendo Switch homebrew community have released the Reicast emulator on Nintendo Switch.
Extreme Consoles, a company that specializes in customizing Nintendo Switch consoles, has created a Dreamcast 2 Nintendo Switch.
SEGA and StepFactory have announced three new memory cards that resemble SEGA’s video game hardware produced decades ago.