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Dreamcast Collection

Dreamcast Collection (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Compilation
Developer: SEGA


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Dreamcast Collection review

Reviewed March 28, 2011

Marc Golding says: "Sega had a legacy here to uphold. You know how hardcore gamers love to laud accolades on lesser known, dead systems and celebrate their obscure appeal? Well Dreamcast was one of those systems. Hell, Dreamcast might have been the system – only the near-mythical Turbo Duo vies with it for that title."
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