The Year 2000 and Sega’s Last Christmas

December 26, 2020 0 By retrogamingdev

The Year 2000 and Sega’s Last Christmas
It’s Christmas, so I take a stroll down memory lane and look at Sega’s last year and holiday season as a hardware maker in the US.

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Opening 3D Logo By:
Jan Neves
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Episode Notes:

1. All games captured on real hardware.

2. This is entirely from the US perspective. Some of these games had different release dates elsewhere.

3. Though I began my DC journey by importing the system from Japan, I supported a US DC as well. I purchased many of these games in 2000 in the US so I could have English editions.

4. Rumors began swirling about the demise of the DC as early as E3 2000 when it was reported Sega was actively licensing out its properties to other developers.

5. I prefer the Saturn version of SFA3 over the DC game for a few reasons. The Saturn game was never released in the US, however, so the DC version was the best one there for a very long time.
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