Dreamcast: Year One - Unofficial Book (PRE-ORDER)

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‘Dreamcast: Year One’ is the unofficial story of the conception, launch and first year of Sega’s final home console. This is an independent and unauthorised book, which includes interviews with people such as former president of Sega of America, Bernie Stolar, and former editor of DC-UK magazine, Caspar Field. It‘s also packed with retrospectives of key games, and features a library of all games released in Europe during the time frame the book covers.

You can now purchase the digital copy of the book, which will be available right away, or the physical version, which will start being shipped in March 2020. Please note there are limited quantities of the physical version available.

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Dreamcast: Year One DIGITAL

This is a digital copy of the book ‘Dreamcast: Year One’.

‘The Dreamcast was meant to be a return to form for Sega, after its Saturn console failed to live up to expectations following the phenomenal success of the Mega Drive/Genesis.

However, less than two years after launching in Europe, Sega discontinued the Dreamcast and withdrew from the hardware market. Nonetheless, the system is still revered as a classic two decades later, and lives on thanks to a thriving fan community.

In this book, you can learn how the Dreamcast came to be, as well as what happened during its first year on the market. You can also understand more about the history of Sega’s final console through interviews with heavy-hitters from the industry, as well as retrospectives of games that put the system on the map, for all the right (and sometimes wrong!) reasons.’

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Dreamcast: Year One PHYSICAL

A physical copy of the book ‘Dreamcast: Year One’.

‘The Dreamcast was meant to be a return to form for Sega, after its Saturn console failed to live up to expectations following the phenomenal success of the Mega Drive/Genesis.

However, less than two years after launching in Europe, Sega discontinued the Dreamcast and withdrew from the hardware market. Nonetheless, the system is still revered as a classic two decades later, and lives on thanks to a thriving fan community.

In this book, you can learn how the Dreamcast came to be, as well as what happened during its first year on the market. You can also understand more about the history of Sega’s final console through interviews with heavy-hitters from the industry, as well as retrospectives of games that put the system on the map, for all the right (and sometimes wrong!) reasons.’

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