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Sega To Bring Dreamcast Titles to PSN, Xbox Live 158

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Sega announced yesterday that it plans to bring back a number of popular Dreamcast games, updating them and releasing them for download on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi will come first, with further announcements expected after E3. "Both of the games will be based on the Dreamcast originals, but will be updated with high-definition graphics, surround sound, online leaderboards, and Achievement and Trophy support." Kotaku has a list of other titles they hope to see — what game(s) would you like Sega to bring back?
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Sega To Bring Dreamcast Titles to PSN, Xbox Live

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  • Yay!!!! (Score:4, Interesting)

    by rodrigoandrade (713371) on Friday June 11, 2010 @04:36PM (#32542602)
    May I be the first to say the Dreamcast was the console with the BEST ratio of AWESOME games to crappy ones. Crazy Taxi, Soul Calibur, Shenmue, F355 Challenge, Powerstone, to name a few.

    It's a great day to be a PSN or XBL subscriber!! The value of a subscription just went up!!!
  • Shenmue (Score:4, Interesting)

    by Hatta (162192) on Friday June 11, 2010 @05:13PM (#32543132) Journal

    Hopefully they'll rerelease Shenmue. Then, hopefully it will sell really really well. Then, hopefully Sega will see that there's still life in the property and complete Shenmue 3. Then, hopefully they'll get Yu Suzuki to come back to work on it.

    And while I'm hoping, I'd like a pony.

  • Jet Grind Radio! (Score:2, Interesting)

    by MisterZimbu (302338) on Friday June 11, 2010 @05:35PM (#32543418)

    Jet Grind Radio, as long as they don't touch the soundtrack.

    While we're at it, where's my Wii version of Space Channel 5?

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