Sega Game Archive Room

http://blogs.sega.com/usa/2008/08/07/the-sega-game-archive/

That's pretty impressive.

It's sad that nobody remembers why such a room was created but it's nice that they are going to let people play the games. Hopefully this will lead people to create some cool games based on past greats. I mean they are making Mega Man 9 in retro format. Why not make some old retro Sega games?

I hope someone is smart enough to look through all those Dreamcast CD-Rs for unreleased games. With all those CD spindles there you KNOW there are some playable releases for titles we never saw.

I would have such a good time in that room. (Then I would try to sneak out with twin sticks under my jacket when I left)

Pulled from Kotaku.

5 comments:

The GagaMan(n) said...

Kotaku doesn't deserve a credit, as they made some rubbish up about Sega completely forgetting the room as a lame excuse for a dig (or should I say digg?).

I wrote about the photos at Sega Memories and on closer inspection, I notice that amongst a pile of Dreamcast burns they have a copy of the completed version of the unreleased game Dee Dee Planet. Just sitting there...waiting to be played.

Caleb said...

I think Kotaku just misunderstood the stuff the community team posted when they first shared the pics.

CRAP!

I did not notice that before! DUDES DO YOUR DUTY AND UPLOAD THAT IMAGE SOMEWHERE!

The GagaMan(n) said...

It's here, in the full size picture:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/segaamerica/2742088595/sizes/o/in/set-72157606602243465/
Look near the bottom of the pile.

Caleb said...

I meant the community team should upload the CD image somewhere...

...in the interest of Dreamcast fans.

NebachadnezzaR said...

OMG...

Someone HAS to share all those betas and finished but never released games. Please! We deserve that! That was the true reason why the internet was built in the first place!

Ok, maybe not, but at least it's one of the best uses one can give to to the web, sharing otherwise inaccessible games...