Should you buy a Sega Dreamcast in 2020? Originally released on 9/9/1999 in North America (or 27 November 1998 if you’re in Japan), this was Sega’s final game console, and despite being nearly 21 years old now, the Dreamcast refuses to die. Thus, today on Stuff We Play, join me and seven others as we go over if the Dreamcast is still worth buying!
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