In console circles, it's sometimes referred to as "DC"
- (date not recorded) -- I gave my DC away.
- (date not recorded) -- Broke, though I fixed it.
(date not recorded) -- I was given one as a gift, but I already owned one!
- It was taken back, but I wish it wasn't, because mine would end up breaking (though I fixed it) and could have used a spare.
(date not recorded) -- Bought
- I believe I got Spider-Man early on. Since its release date was April 19, 2001 this means I got the Dreamcast after that date.
- Wiki [ 2 ] was https://web.archive.org/web/20050204105310/http://gamedev.allusion.net/dckb/
- A pro-grade development system for consoles. There exist ports to the Dreamcast(tm), Gameboy Advance(tm), Playstation 2(tm), and x86-based PCs, though the DC port is the only one that can claim any sort of completeness right now.
Games Enjoyed ∞
- Soulcalibur (video game)
- Record of Lodoss War
- Quake - (1996 game) - It didn't work right, but it was pretty.
many fighting games
Games not enjoyed ∞
- The controls were shit.
Probably more, but I didn't take notes.
Strange Hardware I owned ∞
- Adapted 6-button gamepads for all those fighting games.
- An expanded memory cartridge that didn't work right under Record of Lodoss War, and was returned.
A dual keyboard/mouse adapter
- It's too bad the keyboard couldn't properly transmit multiple keys simultaneously. (n-key rollover)
Dreamcast disk copying ∞
I never did get copying to go anywhere. I didn't own a CD burner during this project, and attempts to grasp the methods for copying or even burning iso-esque files failed rather miserably. Mind you, I didn't try all that hard.
- Dreamcast Programming
- Maybe this is what I tried and couldn't get working..
PC-Dreamcast Server - have the dreamcast share a PC's broadband connection