A Documentary on Dreamcast
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A Documentary on Dreamcast
17 July, 2019

Archipel shared a new 2-part documentary dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Dreamcast, and you can’t miss it. The documentary features a number of legendary game creators behind some of the console’s most iconic titles.

In the first part, creators will tell you about how they encountered the Dreamcast, the context at the time, in addition to the story behind their titles:

“SEGA announced the discontinuation of the Dreamcast in January 2001, less than three years after its release. In the second part of this documentary, we asked the game creators about the reasons the console met this fate, in addition to the legacy that it leaves behind:”

The documentary was set up by Archipel, a channel that started with toco toco, a regular series introducing Japanese creators, artists and the places that inspire. The channel now offers more diverse, Japan-centric documentary content with new series or standalone videos, focusing on a wider range of people and aspects of Japanese culture.

You can find other videos from the team here.

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I have the utmost respect for each of these developers. I must say I think they’re mostly incorrect in their assessments of why the Dreamcast failed. The Dreamcast’s ultimate failure had so little to do with the way Sega handled the Dreamcast. Sega and their third party affiliates such as Namco and Capcom put out so many games of such stellar quality, that the Dreamcast won over a generation of gamers who had previously been diehard Nintendo or Sony fans. They even won me over, who had been a diehard Sega fan since the SMS days, but was so disillusioned… Read more »

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