Sega Denies Dreamcast Revival


Following rumors that Sony was working on a re-entry into the gaming console market, Sony (ahem, did we say Sony? Sega…yes, Sega of course) has publicly dashed any hopes of a Dreamcast revival, much to the defeat of Cartman and the rest of the South Park cast. Originally launched in November 1998, Dreamcast was pulled from production in 2001, at which point Sega left the console market to focus on software.

Senior Sega US spokesman Charlie Scibetta commented on the rumored comeback with a statement saying Sega “has no plans to get back into the console business” and is “very happy being a platform agnostic company”. The rumor started when Sega changed the Dreamcast trademark to what seems to be random tech terms, such as “floor pads” and “flash memory cards”. In the meantime, we have this awesome Dreamcast guitar DIY project to orgasm over. — Andrew Dobrow


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Hey Folks! Myself Andrew Emerson I'm from Houston. I'm a blogger and writer who writes about Technology, Arts & Design, Gadgets, Movies, and Gaming etc. Hope you join me in this journey and make it a lot of fun.

One comment

  1. Sony != Sega. I think you got your four-letter companies confused in those first couple sentences, though the implied PS3 bashing is golden comedy.

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