StanleyPain I will always vivdly remembering my Dreamcast. I got it at a local shop run by a pretty cool guy at a mall that is now shut down. I bought it with Soul Calibur even though I'm not a big fighting game person, but I still really enjoyed it. I had a lot of fun with the DC up until its ignominious death (and Sega USA being run like total shit didn't help matters much with Sega Japan being so weirdly fucked up).
By far and away I spent the most time with Phantasy Star Online and a pretty solid group of people until it was killed off, but there were some pretty interesting/unique titles on the DC.
boner less than two years after launch day I bought one on clearance, they were like 50 bucks. A fair price for a console that is noisy, looks like a toilet and has controllers that dig into your skin.
Louddetective This was also my experience, I got it a couple years down the line and had about three games for it -- Sonic Adventure 2 and Soul Calibur, I remember, and like one more that I can't remember at all.
Nominal Same with the Saturn. Big bins of them on clearance around the summer of '99. $40 I think.
garcet71283 Buy our console or it will be forced to try and kill you.
Also, it's amazing that Sega lost the console war so badly with such a great piece of hardware.
Nominal Holy shit. The related video link "Eff NASA"