Yu Suzuki’s Dreamcast masterpiece was a revolutionary title that blew gamers away when it debuted in 2000. Decades later, it still holds up, with its intricate narrative, large world to explore, and those great little capsule toys! If you haven’t played it yet, what are you waiting for?
Jet Grind Radio
Sega took lots of chances with the Dreamcast, and Jet Grind Radio is an example of the strategy paying off. Incredible visuals, solid gameplay, and a memorable soundtrack combine to form one of the console’s premier titles. If you have a Dreamcast, you must own Jet Grind Radio. This is Sega at its creative best.
Warp’s long-anticipated sequel to its 32-bit horror game D finally arrived on the Dreamcast in 2000, and it didn’t live up to fans’ expectations. Its gameplay was slow and tedious, the plot was downright weird, and the story progression was often frustrating. Still, there was something about it that made players forge on to uncover the mystery behind Laura’s final adventure.
Ecco: Defender of the Future
Ecco’s final outing on a Sega console was a fitting coda to the series. It was beautiful, graceful, and darn hard! Even so, it was an outstanding way to end the series and give Sega’s legendary dolphin the 3D outing he deserved. This is one that should definitely be in any Dreamcast owner’s library.
Space Channel 5
Ulala made her gaming debut on the Dreamcast, and she’s since become one of Sega’s most iconic characters. Her first adventure, though short, was a funky romp that instantly stood out among other games, and it’s one of the most fun titles on the console. Dancing in space with aliens has never been so much fun!