DC4EVER wrote:At the time it seem the Dreamcast had a decent user base. The neo geo went on for years with a much less installed user base. The DC could of been a cheaper option and maintained a 2nd place thing for a while until the Xbox/GC got going and by that time Sega would of have been prepping for the next gen anyways. My guess Sega wasnt making much money on software sales due to pirating issue. So in actuality every time we bought a DC unit sega lost money Especially so after the price drop. It was SOJ who decided to pull the plug the SOA wanted to keep the fight. There was rumors that Sega was in talks w Sony as early as fall of 2000, only a year after the US Dreamcast was released. Ive read articles, publications and etc and still feel theres something that dont quite jive with me...
lastcallgames wrote:That doesn't make sense, since SOJ kept making DC games until I think 2008 (someone will correct me) while the last NA DC game was in 2002.
lastcallgames wrote:Also I'd heard that Sega was in talks with Microsoft to make the Xbox backwards compatible with the Dreamcast, but they fell through.
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