Night of the Living Dead

In a completely unexpected and surprising move, Sega of Japan has fired up the factories and have started to once again manufacture the Dreamcast console.  The demand for Sega’s great, yet previously under-appreciated console has risen considerably since the unit’s recent price drop (especially in Japan), and every effort is being made to satisfy the demand of the gaming community.

Although this in no way means that Sega will begin to release any future games for the DC, it surely has to be considered as a remote possibility.  With the high demand for Shenmue II imports by American gamers and the continuing success of Phantasy Star Online, we just may see some new releases for the DC after all.

At least there’s a glimmer of hope where previously there was none.

About the author


Discovered as a young 'Squatchling in a Pacific Northwest woodland area in the mid-70's, Fatsquatch was soon domesticated and introduced to the fledgling arcade scene, where he became addicted to the magical sights and sounds of gaming. As years passed, his addiction only worsened, and eventually lead to his desire to write about all things gaming from a veteran point-of-view. Hence, Fatsquatch created The Jaded Gamer in 2001, and set about leading it into permanent obscurity.

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