Hope this is OK to post here (please remove if not). Thought this might be of interest to Dreamcast-Talk folks, my colleague James and I were recently able to speak to Peter Moore about his time at Sega during the Dreamcast era. We also had some great questions from listeners (some you may recognise from this very forum!). We have put the interview out as a podcast and a video on YouTube, which can be accessed at various places.
Always wondered though, would it be possible for SEGA to hold the guns until 2000, save money and make a direct competitor to PS2 with DVD player and better specs. I mean, SEGA would still lose the fight as they didn`t have enough muscle, but it may wouldn`t have been such a disaster as it turned out to be and we could see one or two more SEGA consoles.