SEGA is Finally Improving the Dreamcast Collection on Steam


While it’s been possible for a while to get Sonic Adventure DX, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5: Part 2 and SEGA Bass Fishing on Steam, they’re not necessarily the best versions of the game to get. Sonic Adventure DX especially has problems like there being borders around the game and it having a low screen resolution. Which might have something to do with it being a port of the XBLA version, which was a port of the previous PC version, which was a port of the Gamecube version, which was a port of the Dreamcast version. So yeah, it could do with some improvements.

And it might finally get them, as SEGA announced today in a Steam forum post that they’re working on improving these versions over the next few months three years after they’ve been released. Among these improvements are added achievements, which can already be seen on the store pages of the games. Hopes up that this also means that they’ll finally add the Bad Religion back into Crazy Taxi.


3 responses to “SEGA is Finally Improving the Dreamcast Collection on Steam

  1. Fernandeath says:

    They’d improve it by adding more games.
    Like Atlus’ Maken X

  2. Moody says:

    I’m hoping this is like testing the waters to improve their in-house PC games, if people want to see them improved, whatnot. I feel like they’ve been trying to break into the whole PC market for the last few years, and hopefully this is the next step in making themselves better for the platform.

  3. Hitrax says:

    Only the PC version? Why not the XBLA and PSN versions as well? They improved they 360/PS3 versions of Virtua On and Nights: into Dreams as well some time after they came out.

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