Sega & Fans Celebrate 17th Anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast Console

 

17 years ago, on November 27, 1998, Sega released what would be its final entry in the home video game console market: the Sega Dreamcast. Although Sega is out of the hardware business, the company continues to make software, and the Dreamcast remains a much-beloved console for retro-game enthusiasts and Sega fans.

 

In order to honor the auspicious anniversary of the launch of the Dreamcast, Sega took to social media to celebrate:

 

 

 

The folks at Sega aren’t the only ones celebrating, either. Fans both Japanese and international are taking to social media to share their Dreamcast memories:

 

 

 

 

 

You can check out more Tweets at the hashtag: #ドリームキャストの誕生日だし思い出語れよ

 

Happy birthday, Dreamcast.

 

Source: Otakomu

 

Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.