So if it's basically a Sega emulator, why does it need motion controls? That just detracts from it. Motion controls can be fun and make sense for certain games, but trying to shoehorn them on old games is pointless.
I love my Dreamcast. I've had it since the dawn of time and while I may not play it anymore, it represents a huge piece of my childhood and if you want it you'll have to pry it from my cold dead fingers.
[citation][nom]Drip50291[/nom]OMFG that person is such an obvious loser i cant even watch that video even if that thing is bad or not.[/citation]
I agree, the person doing the review sounded about 15 years old, was completely unprofessional and frankly he seemed to be biased the moment the review began. Perhaps he is a Wii employee...
I thought the games were old school looking (low res,blocky,simple). For a family on a budget where $40 is really all they can spare this would be great gift for a young child. I for one will stick to my PS3/PC.
It was not nearly as bad as the reviewer made it sound... it's $40 not $200
I like all the game sysytems & collect them. It would be nice to see Sega get back into game systems but it just wouldn't make much sense from a financial standpoint & the bottom line for companies it to make money.