PlanetWeb Browser 2.0 Demo Information

Toothfairy of DCTP has the new software, and posted his impressions of the game demos included yesterday: I completely forgot that they had some demos on the disk for the PlanetWeb browser 2.0, so I just popped it in today.

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Sonic Shuffle: Sega X’s Impressions

Mike Bess finally connects the link, and we get to see his quick impressions: Its Sonic and he’s got his sights set on crashing Mario’s party. Playing much like that popular N64 group game, Sega will have its own interpretation

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New Location for DC Tech Pages

The Dreamcast Technical Pages, a major source for Sega news, information, and opinions, has made the move to its own domain. You can now check out the site at www.segatech.com. Everything that was on at the old address is still

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Sega Europe’s DC Network Plans: The Press Release

SEGA Europe releases Europe’s first on-line console game, ChuChu Rocket! Free to all European Dreamcasters €10m spend to support marketing programme MAY 19th 2000: SEGA Europe is proud to confirm its commitment to bringing the best in interactive entertainment to

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SegaNet: Only 150 Hours a Month?

We have a final word-Sega is saying that the $21.95 charge will cover unlimited use. And that is the decision, hopefully silencing the rumors that have come out of this. 5/18: New information has just been released to the public–Sega

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Samba, DC Maracas Get IGN Best of E3 Awards

Yes–Samba de Amigo grabbed IGN’s Best Dreamcast Game award and the DC Maracas got the Best DC Peripheral Award. Not too shabby. And, just as a side note, the Disappointment Award went to the Playstation 2. Awww…too bad…

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SegaSonic.Net Returns

The major web site made its return to the Web after a week of disruption. The reason: Hard drive upgrades. AJ Freda now has a lot more space to tinker with, and the result is hosting applications can now be

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No Dreamcast DVD After All?

A Lycos-Wired Digital newswire is reporting that the Dreamcast DVD was at E3 only to show that Sega is able to do that technology, but it will not be shipped to consumers. The report goes on to claim that Charles

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Post-E3 2000: New Space Channel 5 Info

We have new information from IGN Dreamcast on Space Channel 5, and the localization of the title: Sega showed off an early English version of the title, giving E3 attendees a chance to try out the Simon-says gameplay set atop

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Shenmue.com Translated in English

If you go to the Shenmue web site, you’ll notice that along with a Japanese section, now a small English section has been uploaded, with details on the game, and some of the characters. It is just a bit too

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