A Last Wave to 2009



Another year has passed for the Dreamcast Junkyard, and what a year it has been! The Dreamcast turned ten years old, we received a number of independent releases (DUX, Last Hope Pink Bullets, Rush Rush Rally Racing), the beloved Virtual-On Oratorio Tangram saw an HD release, Space Michael left us, Gagaman brought us the awesome Dreamcast 100 and countless gaming websites jumped on the Dreamcast bandwagon. If you had to pick a year that the Dreamcast made a comeback, 2009 would be it.

What will 2010 bring? Who knows! Happy New Year!

Oh, the video was made while I was on vacation (or "on 'oliday" to the English readers) in Florida. I found a bunch of soft spongy red coral on the beach, so of course I had to build a Dreamcast logo.

No, they aren't turds

7 comments:

Lee said...

It's been a good year for new releases on Dreamcast. I am going to try and rock it a bit at the Magfest convention this weekend. Last year it didn't get much love there except from myself and a guy in a Dreamcast soccer jersey playing Project Justice. It seemed to be the least played retro system there last time, hopefully that changes this this year.

Tomleecee said...

Lol, nice post squire. On 'oliday?! haha! You sure you weren't born in Bolton, Lancashire Barry? Happy 2010 to all!

Barry the Nomad said...

Well, I have great great great grandparents from Kent... but that's a ways from Lancashire, isn't it? They had pretty awesome last names too, Pain & Stone.

Anywho, happy new years!

Tomleecee said...

good names. not as good as charnock, but good nonetheless lol. yes, kent is south, lancs oop north.

A Moomintroll said...

What's this? Snow on new years day?
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NebachadnezzaR said...

You're awesome Barry ;)

PW said...

You forgot the other big event of '09, besides Space Michael's death and the DC's 10th anniversary: the return of Pee-wee Herman! Ha Ha Heh Heh Heh!