Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

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PATRiCKCiA:MetalHead
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Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#1 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 7:57 pm

As I am already aware, the very faithful Dreamcast fans that are good with programming & tech managed to come up with the DreamPi method & getting Alien Front Online & Tetris: Online Edition back online recently, however, I must ask, are there any current plans to bring...
OutTrigger
Daytona USA
F355 Challenge
POD Speed Zone
Speed Devils Online
Bomberman Online
Ooga Booga
or hell, unlikely but possibly Propeller Arena back online?

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Xiden
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#2 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 9:24 pm

PATRiCKCiA:MetalHead wrote:As I am already aware, the very faithful Dreamcast fans that are good with programming & tech managed to come up with the DreamPi method & getting Alien Front Online & Tetris: Online Edition back online recently, however, I must ask, are there any current plans to bring...
OutTrigger
Daytona USA
F355 Challenge
POD Speed Zone
Speed Devils Online
Bomberman Online
Ooga Booga
or hell, unlikely but possibly Propeller Arena back online?


I believe Shu is hard at work trying to get POD Speed Zone back online :)

We are also waiting to hear back on the Hard Drive repair status that could possibly hold Unreal Tournament Dreamcast Server Code. I also know we recently obtained Daytona USA VMU online keys. That's all I'm really aware of unless something super secret is going on :)

lerabot
lithium
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#3 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:10 am

Ooga Booga :O

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Arnold.D
dark night
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#4 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:35 am

Would be soooooooooo epic if Propeller arena came online!

ncman071
Anarki
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#5 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:44 am

Any if those titles would be amazing. That and any of the Sega sports titles

gjb1985
blackout!
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#6 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:04 am

PATRiCKCiA:MetalHead wrote:As I am already aware, the very faithful Dreamcast fans that are good with programming & tech managed to come up with the DreamPi method & getting Alien Front Online & Tetris: Online Edition back online recently, however, I must ask, are there any current plans to bring...
OutTrigger
Daytona USA
F355 Challenge
POD Speed Zone
Speed Devils Online
Bomberman Online
Ooga Booga
or hell, unlikely but possibly Propeller Arena back online?

I can't express my feelings if it would be ever possible to get propeller arena online. that game would make me buy 4 dreampi's to play online in my home with friends.

gjb1985
blackout!
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#7 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:04 am

lerabot wrote:Ooga Booga :O

would absolutely love that one as well!

mrneo240
MegaDeath
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#8 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:21 am

gjb1985 wrote:
lerabot wrote:Ooga Booga :O

would absolutely love that one as well!


If possible it's going to be a huge battle. The network protocol uses blowfish encryption. Check it out.

WingMantis
lithium
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#9 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:12 pm

F355 (which I love) and others that are leaderboards/ghost racing only are probably low priority.

It's a shame SEGA/Visual Concepts shot down request on help / source for Ooga Booga servers since it's an exclusive.

Chael
lithium
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Re: Are There Any Current Plans To Get These Games Online?

Post#10 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:21 pm

The exclusive japanese online list is pretty impressive...

CvS 2 (only online version ever of this great fighter)
Virtua Tennis
Powerstone 2
Daytona
Virtua On
and many more...

Of course I have no idea how well they played with dial up.

Hopefully some former SEGA Japan employee will leak something that will give us a hope for reverse engineering :P Because otherwise that's never gonna happen from my understanding.

No idea if the Japanese know about dreampi tho, since we never see any online.

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