Racketboy's List Of Most Valuable Dreamcast Games


The ever wonderful Racketboy continues to service our retro gaming passion with yet another fabulous post about our favourite console. One thing I love about Racket is that he constantly makes consoles such as the Dreamcast and the Saturn look essential in these 360/Wii/PSwhatever times. And as we all know, THEY ARE!!

So you can check out the list of most valuable games here. You can also check out the most relevent Dreamcast games for today here, the games that defined the Dreamcast here, the cheapest Dreamcast games worth your time here.

Oh, and if you are in the mood for a little more Racket browsing, why not check out the best Dreamcast multiplayer/party games here, the sega Dreamcast 2D fighter's library here, the Sega Dreamcast 2D shooters library here, the Dreamcast's essential import list here, the Dreamcast exclusive's list here, and finally the Dreamcast *shudders* ports on other systems here...

We at the Dreamcast Junkyard salute you Racket and applaud your tireless work in keeping our favourite consoles relevent in this ever changing gaming world. Keep up the good work!!!

Oh and BTW, I once had the honour of interviewing the great man for our sister site, The Saturn Junkyard. You can read that post here...

5 comments:

racketboy said...

lol -- you guys are way too kind :)
Keep up the great work, all of you. You deserve acclaim as well :)

The GagaMan(n) said...

The only games for the Dreamcast I'm truly looking to own now are mostly in that list. If only I had the kind of money it'd take to throw at Space Channel 5 Part 2, Segagaga and Under Defeat..

racketboy said...

I'm just happy one of the Rare & Valuable lists finally had a number of ones I actually owned. I have like 4 from the top 10 and a few of the honorable mentions :)

Caleb said...

I have a few from that list.

I am so happy racketboy puts up those lists. They really are a nice resource.

NebachadnezzaR said...

I think I'll settle for playing burned copies of those games, LOL :D

Awesome work as always, Racketboy, and thanks Father for bringing that to our attention.