Dreamcast

Game console
Date of appearance: November 27, 1998
Trademark: SEGA
Manufacturer: Sega
Designer: Hideki Sato
Made in: Japan
Units sold: 9.13 million
Colors: white
Media: CD, Mini CD, 1 GB GD-ROM
CPU : Hitachi SH-4 32-bit RISC clocked at 200 MHz
Memory: RAM 16 MB, GPU 8 MB
Storage: 128 Kbyte VMU
Display: RF modulator Composite video S-video RGB SCART VGA (via Dreamcast VGA)
Graphics: 100 MHz PowerVR2 (integrated with the system's ASIC)
Photo: Evan Amos
Tags: sega, dreamcast


The Dreamcast (Japanese: ドリームキャスト Hepburn: Dorīmukyasuto?) is a home video game console released by Sega on November 27, 1998 in Japan, September 9, 1999 in North America, and October 14, 1999 in Europe. It was the first in the sixth generation of video game consoles, preceding Sony's PlayStation 2, Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox. The Dreamcast is Sega's final home console, marking the end of the company's 18 years in the console market.

Dreamcast
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Gamepad
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An official microphone accessory for the Sega Dreamcast video game console. Used by just a few games like Seaman and Alienfront Online, it plugs into the accessory slot of the Dreamcast controller.
A clear blue Sega Dreamcast VMU, with cap. The VMU was used for saving data, swapping data with other users, and playing simple games on its screen.
A Jump Pack for the Dreamcast. It attached to the bottom slot accessory slot on the controller and provided rumble feedback.
The official mouse for the Sega Dreamcast video game console, used mainly for web browsing.
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