Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by SBrooks1, Mar 24, 2010.
Games on CD-R's!! Those were the days...
I still have mine too. I should bust it out good times on the DC
I found all mine at my parents with my a few months back and brought it home. i lost my VMU tho lol. I got them all when i was in college, forgot what games i even had.
I have a cd case full of games too
I bust it out every once in awhile. Such a great system.
I recently found Shenmue "3 of 4". Not sure what happened to the other 3. Oh well. We still play Chu Chu Rocket every now and then, fun for the whole family.
I still bust out my copy of FF7 and play it on ePSX every couple of years.
I have some for DC and still some burned PS1 games
Nice i still have my DC. Have shenmue and Marval vs cap
whenever i go to my buddy's house and we get drunk. we battle on power stone for hours. drunk. just talking ALOT of shit to each other. we've done this numerous times yet our other friends laugh their ass off at all the shit talking
we both are 27
powerstone and powerstone 2
DC was such an awesome system for its time
I have dreamcast games burned on that same brand of media too, wtf
it's all your guys' fault that dreamcast died
greatest system ever IMO
never had as much fun as with a console as I did with the Dreamcast.
9/9/99 never forget
I bought all my games!
lol hell ya..... i think i had almost ever game for the dreamcast.......
I got most of my games from trades with other companies and co-workers when I still worked in games. The only game I remember buying was the so-called "realistic" Ferrari game that was not even remotely realistic compared to what I had on PC then. I returned that game, so that makes my total purchases at one since I bought Jet Grind Radio for ten bucks.
the dreamcast introduced me to PSO, i'm forever in debt to it.
that game fucked with me for awhile
connecting via 56K > *
still got the boot disk with the spinning rain deer and a copy of Marvel vs. Capcom or Xmen vs. Capcom or whatever it was.
still have never been as impressed with a graphics jump as I was when I first popped in Sonic and played the beach level with the killer whale chasing you.
soul calibur did it for me. sueng mina
F355 Challenge. Game had to be played in the arcade with the tri screen set up and wheel/pedal combo for the realism.
I know the home version was able to display to three tvs to replicate the arcade experience, but I don't remember if you needed three DCs and three games as well.