Dreamcast was a video game console released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and in late 1999 in other territories. At the time it was the most technologically sophisticated consumer video game console available.
Dreamcast sales were positive during launch, but when Sony announced the PlayStation 2, sales of the Dreamcast plummeted. Dreamcast was discontinued as early as March 2001. Support of the system continued in Europe and Oceania until the end of 2002, while in Japan, consoles were still sold until 2007 and new licensed games continued to be released.
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