Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

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Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

Post#1 » Sun Dec 20, 2020 8:04 pm

I never heard of this until today. According to Sega Retro, this 2005 arcade console was based on the Dreamcast/NAOMI. From 2005 to 2014 it had 19 games on it. I have not done ANY research beyond the link below, so this would be a good time to put a harpoon through this console if this is beyond the Dreamcast's ability to play System SP games on it (link below).

Games:
Dinosaur King (2005)
Touch De Zunou (2006)
100 & Medal Geki Kazaan!! (2012)
100 & Medal Gingaan!! (2014)
100 & Medal Hyozaan!! (2012)
Battle Dash (2008)
Battle Police (2009)
Brick People (2009)
Disney Magical Dance (2008)
Ehonnotamago (2009)
Future Police Patrol Chase (2009)
Issyo ni Turbo Drive (2008)
Issyo ni Wanwan Waiwai Puppy (2008)
Issyo ni Wanwan (2007)
Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance! (2004)
Marine & Marine (2008)
Monopoly The Medal: 2nd Edition (2008)
Monopoly The Medal (2005)
Tetris Giant (2009)

LINK:
https://segaretro.org/Sega_System_SP
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Re: Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

Post#2 » Sun Dec 20, 2020 9:50 pm

I got hipped to this system only in the last year or so when I saw it profiled on the DC Junkyard
https://www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk/ ... art-5.html

Seems that most of the games are more novelties (tetris with a giant joystick, children's rides, etc) rather than serious arcade games like on the naomi or atomiswave hardware. I've never even heard of a dreamcast emulator even emulating this system. Have any game roms been dumped for it?

Here's pics of many of the games...
http://system16.com/hardware.php?id=732&gid=19295#19295

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Re: Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

Post#3 » Mon Dec 21, 2020 7:30 pm

Thanks, Dark, for finding some info and links.
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Re: Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

Post#4 » Mon Dec 21, 2020 8:43 pm

dark wrote:I got hipped to this system only in the last year or so when I saw it profiled on the DC Junkyard
https://www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk/ ... art-5.html

Seems that most of the games are more novelties (tetris with a giant joystick, children's rides, etc) rather than serious arcade games like on the naomi or atomiswave hardware. I've never even heard of a dreamcast emulator even emulating this system. Have any game roms been dumped for it?

Here's pics of many of the games...
http://system16.com/hardware.php?id=732&gid=19295#19295


System sp has been emulated on pc via demul for many years now. Dont knock the tetris its pretty and actually better than the sega wow on the dreamcast. Dino king is actually an interesting take ib rock paper scissors. I think its worth a port but realistically its probably too much work because its more like naomi that dreamcast..


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C0xomHSc6zU

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Re: Sega System SP - The Final Dreamcast Era Arcade Machine

Post#5 » Tue Dec 22, 2020 4:21 am

Wasn't Dino King in a Yakuza game in the SEGA Arcades? Pretty sure I've seen and played that on there.

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