Heh Heh

Look, I fully appreciate that the Dreamcast is as good as dead and that it's never coming back (a bitter pill to swallow, my fellow Dreamcast Junkies), but I found this entertaining and inventive video on that Google thing - go on, give it a watch. It's a shame that, like most Van Damme or Steven Segal films, it doesnt really reflect reality:




And just in case you were wondering, I think the PS2 is meant to have an 'English' accent, but at times actually sounds more like Puck from Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage.

7 comments:

PsychoLamb said...

I'm hoping the Revolution ends up having some dreamcast games on it's online service. I never did get to play a dreamcast :(

Tomleecee said...

Ah, you're missing out mate - I'm sure you can pick one up cheap and enter a world of originality not seen since..well, the Saturn!

Not sure about the Revolution being able to emulate the DC though - if it can, I'll be very impressed but so far arent nintendo only talking about Megadrive (Genesis) games being available for download? (as far as sega titles go)

Wedge14 said...

Much like Segal and Van Damme Movies this one equals awesome.

PsychoLamb said...

Ya, they've only talked about Genesis games so far. But one can hope!

gnome said...

I guess the DC had its fair share of custom chips, and taking into consideration Revolution's (alleged) lack of processing power, its emulation should be rather difficult.

Still...

Reality can be subjective, there is no spoon and (this quite definitely) no pr0n...

The GagaMan(n) said...

Well, there are rumous going about that the ev will be albe to also run CD-Roms, so there's a good chnace it will be able to evnetally let you run stuff like mega CD games, and hey, maybe they could add GD-Rom support too. Unlikely, but it sure would be nice.

I remember seeing that video about 3 years ago and thinking it was the greatest thing ever.

kohan69 said...

teeheehee I uploaded that to google video, I could never find the original author though!

Nice to see my efforts spread :D