- Bust-A-Move 4
- Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
- Canvas: Sepia Iro no Motif
- Bounty Hunter Sara: Holy Mountain no Teiou
- Caesars Palace 2000: Millennium Gold Edition
- Canary : Kono Omoi o Uta ni Nosete
- Cannon Spike
- Candy Stripe: Minarai Tenshi
- Capcom Taisen Fan
- Charge 'n Blast
- Cherry Blossom
- Chicken Run
- Capcom Taisen Fan Disc
- Capcom vs. SNK
- Chocolat: Maid Cafe "Curio"
About Sega Dreamcast Console
The Sega Dreamcast was a home video game console released by Sega in 1998 in Japan and 1999 in other territories. It was the first in the sixth generation of video game consoles, preceding Sony’s PlayStation 2, Nintendo’s GameCube, and Microsoft’s Xbox. The Dreamcast was Sega’s last home console, as the company withdrew from the console market after its release.
The Dreamcast was released in Japan on November 27, 1998, and in North America, Europe, and Australia in 1999. It was the first video game console to be released in the 21st century. The Dreamcast was powered by a Hitachi SH-4 RISC processor and a PowerVR2 GPU, and it featured a built-in modem for online play, a feature that was relatively new at the time.
The Dreamcast was well received upon its release, with critics praising its advanced graphics and sound capabilities, as well as its innovative features such as the built-in modem and the ability to play games online. It had a strong lineup of games, including titles such as Sonic Adventure, Soulcalibur, and Crazy Taxi. However, the Dreamcast faced intense competition from the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox, and it ultimately struggled to maintain a strong market share. Sega discontinued the Dreamcast in 2001 and withdrew from the console market. Despite its relatively short lifespan, the Dreamcast has remained popular with collectors and retro gamers.