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RIP Sega Dreamcast. It’s been 15 years since it’s release in North America, and it definitely had it’s share of amazing, fun, strange, and quirky games. Despite being the first Next Gen console available the market, the Dreamcast was sadly overlooked by consumers in favor of the Playstation 2 (release March 2000), Xbox, and Gamecube (both November 2001), respectively. To memorialize the Dreamcast for it’s Crystal Anniversary, we copied a list of every North American game off of the internet, hammered out a list of the best and our favorite Dreamcast games, listed in alphabetical order.
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We’ve seen the LCD mod and how beautiful a thing it is, as well as how much it improves the power consumption of the Nomad. So with this new-found efficiency and visibility, what more could you want? Why, a power source that doesn’t create clutter, that’s what! Here, we’re going to demonstrate how to install a permanent set of internal batteries and forever eliminate the need for a clunky wall-wart or the ugly tumor of a battery pack that just hangs out, jutting from the back.
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Up first in our continuing series of Sega Nomad Mods is adding in a new replacement LCD screen. The stock Nomad screen, while better than the screen featured on the Sega Gamegear (which isn’t saying much, really), it was still a blurry, washed out mess. Thankfully, we have arrived onto the future and screen technology is vastly improved, cheaper, and widely available. Let’s get started!
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