Do Dreamcast titles cut it in today’s technological world?
© 2010 Gav Ross
You’d be forgiven for thinking that there are already enough (or too many) Sonic games available through the Live Arcade Marketplace.
However, now that the most of the Mega Drive and Genesis classics have been exhausted, it’s time to move to the next level.
Sonic Adventure was the centerpiece launch title for Sega’s Dreamcast when it was released in September 1999; it was no doubt the game disc most early adopters inserted first and most definitely the demonstration game to play in front of friends as the owner desperately tried to tell themselves they’d invested in a long-term machine and those poor suckers with Playstations were living in the past. Was it worth the reboot . . . ?