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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormwatch View Post
    Well, see this interview with Jeremy Blaustein, whose company did the localization for Shenmue. The reason why it cost so much was that the project was poorly managed.
    Doesn't suprise me lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clumsyorchid View Post
    It's still thinking: Two of the games released on SEGA's last home console system, the Dreamcast, are making a triumphant return to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network! Coming later this year, the debut digital release will be Sonic Adventure, followed by the wild-driving zaniness of Crazy Taxi.
    If you lived & loved Dreamcast a decade ago, now is your chance to relive some of your favorites -- and if you never owned one, you can now dive right in and experience some of the most creative and compelling games to show up on the system.


    Sonic Adventure will arrive in the Fall of 2010. This game marked Sonic's debut on a sixth generation console system, and features multiple playable characters in a 3D world, super-fast Sonic gameplay, and of course, the ever-popular Chao Gardens. Sonic Adventure's release on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network will mark the 11th anniversary of the Dreamcast's release.
    Crazy Taxi, meanwhile, provides the kind of wild arcade-powered fun that felt perfectly at home on the Dreamcast: the game's title is as apt as can be, as the player pilots a taxi cab around a fully-realized city modeled after San Francisco, complete with plenty of steep hills to send your taxi airborn as you cart terrified passengers to their destination (or wherever you feel like taking them).


    But maybe a bigger story than these two games coming out is just the fact that Dreamcast is here again. While SEGA has brought back and highlighted some of the amazing games from its Master System and Genesis era, this is the first time in years that the Dreamcast era of SEGA history has been brought to the forefront.
    “The Dreamcast is fondly remembered by a large community of dedicated fans as a console that was ahead of its time in terms of graphics, quality and online gaming” commented Haruki Satomi, VP of Digital Business at SEGA of America and SEGA Europe. “There are few things that are more requested from us than making Dreamcast classics available for download in today’s digital market place. We’re very excited to begin offering gamers our beloved Dreamcast titles again on the current console systems.”


    Each game is based on the original Dreamcast incarnation, featuring all of the gameplay that older players fell in love with. The games incorporate all-new enhancements and features such as high resolution visuals and surround sound. There will also be online leader boards, allowing players to compare their skills with friends across the world! In addition to this, all-new Achievement and Trophy integration will be available for each game released.
    Launched on September 9, 1999, the SEGA Dreamcast was ahead of its time -- critically acclaimed and still loved by fans, the system featured such innovations as being the first console to have online gaming, and even had the capability to run a web browser.


    Both Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi will be playable at this year's E3 as well, so check them out there or stay tuned for more news -- and give a big 'welcome back' the Dreamcast!


    Excited? Tell us about what games you want to see return in this thread, or head to the Official Speculation thread in the Digital forum:


    http://forums.sega.com/showthread.php?t=330372
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    Sonic Shuffle with online play plz
    Quote Originally Posted by shihe View Post
    $15 maybe for the WHOLE GAME. For Episode 1? .... Pfffff LMAO. SEGA? Seriously? Are you high on something?
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    MrFranklin, I agree with your post except for the first part:

    Quote Originally Posted by MrFranklin
    It won't come, already resigned myself to it. I liked shenmue 1 and 2 I didn't realise how much of a flop it was in sales. Hardly something to celebrate a fortune spent on a game that completely failed to save the dreamcast and probably contributed to bankrupting Sega.
    1.) Shenmue I was one of the best selling Dreamcast games...it sold 1.2 million copies, which would've made way more than the twenty million price tag that the first game had...the main reasons the series cost 70 million was because of all of the R&D (there was A LOT of it), and the wasted Saturn version (both games were completed, maybe even some of the third).

    2.) There were much, much, bigger losses for SEGA than Shenmue could've ever been, and, finally,

    3.) SEGA never went bankrupt.





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    That said, give me Shenme I and Shenmue II on XBLA/PSN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicGamer100 View Post
    Sonic Shuffle with online play plz
    This.
    Oh please, this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEGA Dude View Post


    3.) SEGA never went bankrupt.


    Remember an old man threw much of his life savings to keep the company afloat before he died.

    *lowers head in respect*

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    Nice shirt, but I wish the year said "1999".

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    ...and still no Sakura Taisen? SEGA could have set a precedent, by translating it, and then offer it on XBLA (since SCEA still shoves its high and almighty "MANDATORY ENGLISH DUB" rule, on everybody's throats).
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    Was hoping there would be more games announced for this at E3, with 1 day left it doesn't look promising

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