Idle Hands

Right, I realise that I've not done a 'proper' post for a while (that should be rectified later this week when I cast my cybernetic replacement eye over some of my recent Dreamcast software acquisitions), but in the meantime I thought you might like to have a quick look at this.


Yes, yes, yes - It's another link to a feature on another website, but hell - at least this one has had some thought put into it and isn't just another Top Ten list of the DC's best games. Instead, it's a list of games that were great also-rans but were doomed to be lost to the sands of time. Or something. Just go there and have a look.


To be fair, Games Radar have actually published quite a few quality features focusing on the Dreamcast and it's premature demise. Here's two of the best:

Why the Dreamcast was Different
A Tribute to the VMU

6 comments:

Barry the Nomad said...

Only 22 games?? Why not 25? Lazy!

Kidding! I'm kidding! Nice list. I'd also put Evolution on there. Fun RPG with some great character designs, but in the shadow of greats like Grandia II and Skies of Arcadia.

Barry the Nomad said...

Alright, this is funny. My girlfriend just emailed me and began the email with "I've been thinking about what Seaman said."
lol! It was concerning what Seaman said in regards to our astrological compatibility (Seaman gave a positive read).

NebachadnezzaR said...

Quality stuff.

@ Barry, lol

João said...

Is it just me or the idea of Seaman having his own daily TV show just made tons of sense after Barry posted his last comment? I once said (to the laugher of thousands) that "Seaman is the holder of all knowledge". Who's laughing now?

NebachadnezzaR said...

"Seaman is the holder of all knowledge"

Quoted for truth!

Tomleecee said...

Can't wait to get my NTSC DC so I can start playing these weird and wonderful games I keep hearing about...