Dreamcast Kids Long Sleeve T-Shirts

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The iconic button layout of the Dreamcast controller

Tags: video-games, gaming, buttons, joypad, sega

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9/9/99 will forever be known as the launch of the GREATEST video game consoles ever. The Sega Dreamcast.

Tags: sega-dreamcast, dreamcast-tribute-orange, gaming, sega-genesis, sega-saturn

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ビジュアルメモリ

Tags: aesthetic, vmu, sega, memory-card, vaporwave

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The GREATEST Video Game marketing campaign EVER

Tags: dreamcast-tribute-orange, sega, sega-dreamcast

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Greatest Thought EVER!!! Sega Dreamcast’s famous catch phrase.

Tags: sega-dreamcast, dreamcast-tribute-orange, sega-dreamcast-unisex-video-game, retro-gamer, gamer-clothes

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In memory of Kenji Eno

Tags: horror, snow, d2, sega, monster

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The Dreamcast is a home video game console released by Sega on November 27, 1998 in Japan, September 9, 1999 in North America, and October 14, 1999 in Europe. It was the first in the sixth generation of video game consoles, preceding Sony's PlayStation 2, Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox. The Dreamcast was Sega's final home console, marking the end of the company's 18 years in the console market.

Tags: video-game, nintendo, sega, videogames, vintage

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A recreation of the Super Famicom (Japanese Super Nintendo) system icon resembling a swansong from the home console market (complete with a VMU for saving your progress).

Tags: nextodie, gamer, retro, videogames, gaming

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Pop a Jet Cola and power up the ol' Dreamcast, baby!

Tags: shenmue, gaming, sega-dreamcast, geek, retro-gamer

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Artwork by Drew Wise Copyright © 2018

Tags: snake, sega

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Dare to dream

Tags: retro, sega, gaming, retrogaming, videogames

Dream Kids Long Sleeve T-Shirt

by acidsamurai
$24
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Sega Dreamcast

Tags: skies-of-arcadia, crazy-taxi, jet-set-radio, shenmue, classic

Dreamcast Kids Long Sleeve T-Shirt

by FireballMotion
$24
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A Play with Friends meme in attempt to help #SaveShenmue! Show your support and buy one or all three variations!

Tags: sega, shenmue, nostalgia, retro, gamer

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For fans of Sega's underrated console and memes

Tags: dat-boi, boi, funny, internet-humor, memes

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dori-dori casko-san distressed worn look, 90's Sega Dreamcast mascot

Tags: manga, horror, sega, dori, distressed

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The Grooviest.

Tags: gaming, cute, japanese, retro-futuristic, 90s-kid

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Retro Gaming Dreamcast

Tags: manga, humor, gaming, sega, vintage

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In memory of Kenji Eno

Tags: laura-lewis, horror, warp, inc, d

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remind me!

Tags: sonic, vintage, video-game, retro, fantasy

Tags: video-games, sonic-team, dreamcast, amigo, sega

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Space Channel 5 from JP Mag in HD

Tags: ulala, dreamcast, sega, vintage, retro

Space Channel 5 Kids Long Sleeve T-Shirt

by eggstoastbacon
$24 $18

Tags: phantasy-star-online, pso, hucast, gamecube, dreamcast

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A Play with Friends meme in attempt to help #SaveShenmue! Show your support and buy one or all three variations!

Tags: play-with-friends, shenmue, buttfortress, fungo, gaming

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Space Channel 5 (スペースチャンネル5 Supēsu Channeru Faibu) is a music video game developed by United Game Artists under the direction of Tetsuya Mizuguchi and published by Sega. During gameplay, the game characters perform a sequence of moves to the beat, such as steps and shots, which the player must reproduce with corresponding button presses. The game's theme song, Mexican Flyer, was composed by Ken Woodman in the 1960s. Space Channel 5 was first released in Japan in 1999 and North America and Europe in 2000 for the Dreamcast; it was later released for the PlayStation 2 in Japan and Europe in 2002 and in North America as Space Channel 5: Special Edition in 2003; and then ported by THQ to the Game Boy Advance as Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic

Tags: sega, dreamcast, ulala, sega-dreamcast, space

Tags: pso, dreamcast, gamecube, videogames

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アイカ

Tags: vyse, dreamcast, aika

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We gotta save the mice, baby! The cat's a scary guy. Nezumi o tasukerou.

Tags: video-games, sega, dreamcast

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ヴァイス

Tags: dreamcast

Vyse Kids Long Sleeve T-Shirt

by winsarcade
$24

Tags: phantasy-star-online, dreamcast, retro, 8bit, pixel

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Gone, but not (entirely) forgotten, the creators of such classic shooters as Gunbird and Cannon Spike lives on in our bullet-riddled hearts.

Tags: shooter, arcade, dreamcast, capcom, video-games

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Samba de Amigo (サンバDEアミーゴ Sanba de Amīgo) is a rhythm game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. The game was released in arcades in December 1999, and for the Dreamcast video game console in 2000. A port for the Wii was also developed by Gearbox Software and Escalation Studios and released in 2008. In Samba de Amigo, the player uses controllers shaped like maracas with the goal of matching a series of patterns displayed on-screen. The music in Samba de Amigo is made of primarily popular Latin music songs rather than common or traditional samba. The game also features non-Latin pop songs.

Tags: video-game, videogame, videogames, sega-dreamcast, dreamcast

Tags: pso, gamecube, dreamcast, mmo, mmorpg

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Space Channel 5: Part 2 (スペースチャンネル5 パート2 Supēsu Channeru Faibu Pāto Tsū) is the sequel to the rhythm action game Space Channel 5, developed by United Game Artists and published by Sega. It was released on the Dreamcast (Japan only) and the PlayStation 2. It was released in Japan on February 14, 2002, Europe on February 12, 2003 (although it was not released in the United Kingdom) and in North America as part of special edition package with the first game on November 18, 2003.

Tags: dreamcast, sega, space, sega-dreamcast, steam

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Power Stone is a fully 3D arena fighting game made by Capcom. Power Stone was initially released on the Sega NAOMI hardware and later ported to the Dreamcast. In October 2006, Capcom ported the game and its sequel to the PlayStation Portable as Power Stone Collection. An anime TV series based on the game ran in 1999 from April 3 to September 25. The original Power Stone featured ten characters.

Tags: dreamcast, naomi, capcom, sega, vintage

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