Thanks to EntDepot.com for their roundtable discussing the shiniest, best, and most under-rated Dreamcast games
, as Sega's defunct console starts approaching cult status
. The article starts: "It seems as though Sega has been all but forgotten as the system innovator that it was. As cliched as it sounds, the Dreamcast was years ahead of its time"
, and some of the now-inexpensive recommended DC titles include Mars Matrix
("a simple top-down, vertical shooter that we have all grown to love and cherish"
), Samba De Amigo
("Get a pair of third-party maracas, [and] come to terms with the fact that you'll soon be flailing your arms around like a jackass"
), and the less easily purchasable Propeller Arena
("the best game AM2 never released."