GameStop has listing for a retail ‘Dreamcast Collection’


Are you one of those guys that doesn’t trust buying stuff you can’t physically hold? Well, SEGA might have a solution for you. According to Gamestop, they have a ‘Dreamcast Collection’ and will retail for $29.99. As of right now its only listed for the Xbox 360.

The product page says it will be released February 15th, 2011. No idea what will be in the package, but I assume its already released games and by February they will have Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, SEGA Bass Fishing, and/or Space Channel 5 Part 2 to consider.

[Source: GameStop]
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13 responses to “GameStop has listing for a retail ‘Dreamcast Collection’

  1. Centrale says:

    Interesting… depending on what's in the package, it might be worth waiting for.

  2. upsidedown fuji says:

    Very curious what is in this pack. I would buy it just for one of the greats like JSR, Chuchu Rocket, or SC5.

  3. upsidedown fuji says:

    I can't believe I forgot Skies of Arcadia! I got hope!

  4. I'll bet its the four XBLA Dreamcast re-releases on a disc, much like how Qubed was the three Q Entertainment titles on one disc. Still very excited to see this! The package art could be awesome and the idea of seeing a Dreamcast related product in a store is exciting.

    Now SEGA needs to get on a Saturn Collection!

  5. upsidedown fuji says:

    Barry, you're a genius! A Saturn selection would be awesome. So many great games missed out by a whole gaming generation.

  6. Even 5 or 6 Saturn games on a disc would be awesome. NiGHTS is a given, but I'd also like to see Panzer Dragoon Zwei (the first game was included with Orta and PDS deserves a standalone release due to its size and importance), Astal, Virtua Fighter 2 (with online multiplayer), Burning Rangers and Daytona USA if they can get the license. I think that's a nice variety of some great titles.

  7. crackdude says:

    Don't forget Sega Rally, Barry ;)

    My safety bet is that some dude mistaken the DLC games for an actual game and put it in the system.

    Anyway, this could be exciting.

  8. That one too :)

    I'm hoping SEGA Racing Classic gets a PSN/XBLA release, better that than nothing considering that the Daytona license is a hurdle.

  9. Sharky says:

    I'm interested so long as there is more then 4 games on the disk.

    Is it to much to ask that they would also include REZ HD?

    A good package for me would be,

    -Sonic Adventure

    -Crazy Taxi

    -REZ HD

    -Space Channel 5 part 2

    -Chu Chu Rocket

    -Sega Bass Fishing

    -Virtual On:OT

    …For a first collection.

  10. crackdude says:

    Some Shenmue as well? Shenmue II is already on the original Xbox..

  11. Sega Uranus says:

    Sharky's list is pretty good, but I cannot imagine there being too many games on this list. Chu Chu Rocket for example is really tiny, but many of the others are not. I am not even sure if SEGA is allowed to sell REZ HD by themselves?

    Either way, for $30 even if there are 4 games count me in…

    As for the Saturn collection comments. I am really pissed that a Dreamcast collection is coming first. Many of the most popular Saturn titles, like Virtua Fighter 2 and Sonic 3D Blast have PC versions already. The fact some of these are not on Steam but their Genesis/Mega Drive versions ARE really bug me more than you could imagine…

  12. Gator says:

    Dreamcasts release, now in 360-disc form. -Sniffle-

    It's a second chance for the DC, now with no real piracy issues. Hopefully the collections will continue into DC Collection 2, 3, and so on. I think I need to get a PS360 now.

  13. JSRForever says:

    The cake is a lie, as it were. It's gonna be Sonic DX, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5 part II and Sega Bass Fishing and all be the PC versions under a Dreamcast facade.

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