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You know it saddens me that SEGA has never matched the quality / quantity / fun that they generated back in the 8-16 bit era. 😐
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I might be interested in purchasing or trading for one of those Dreamcasts if you ever consider letting one go. I bought one the day they came out but let it go many years ago. It's one of the few systems I don't currently have. I was living those VMU Dreams in the late '90s.
The only Sega hardware I felt was a waste was the Sega CD and 32X add-ons. Sonic CD was the only Sega CD game I could find in my area worth anything and Star Wars was fun on the 32X. I never found any of the other games for these that were worth the purchase price. Well I did find Sol-Fease on the Sega CD which was a fun shooter and had the six pack on CD as well but nothing spectacular.
Saturn I enjoyed with Daytona, Virtua Cop, Sonic Blast, WipeOut, Tomb Raider, D, Darius, and The Horde. My only wish is that it could have got the same third party games that PlayStation got. It might have too if Sega didn't shoot themselves in the foot releasing the system too early.
Dreamcast I absolutely love! It was a game changer, underappreciated, undervalued, hardware. It set standards and started the whole online gaming aspect. I got a PS2 only after Sega left the hardware part of gaming. And that was only to get Gran Turismo 3 A Spec. I supported Dreamcast spiritually. I wanted it to succeed. It must have if Sega couldn't keep up with the demands and pre orders.