Sega Dreamcast Console
When Sega decided to discontinue the Dreamcast, it opted to make its excellent sports titles available for other consoles. And not a moment too soon. Competition is always a good thing, and Sega Sports titles, including NBA 2K2, are some of the best in the business. NBA 2K2 features all the teams, rosters, and, most importantly, rule changes (like the now-legal zone defense) found in the real NBA.
The Sega Dreamcast is a video game console made by Sega, and is the successor to the Sega Saturn. The Dreamcast was the first entry in the sixth generation of video game consoles and was released in late 1998, before its contemporaries - Sony's PlayStation 2, Microsoft's Xbox and the Nintendo GameCube.
Sega Dreamcast Console (Bundled) - Game Console 2 Dreamcast Controllers 3 memory cards 1 power cord 1 TV adapter
DC Japan Model is Region Japan. Only for Japan DC Games.
The Sonic Dreamcast bundle adds a blue Visual Memory Unit (VMU) accessory, the games Sonic Adventure and Sonic Shuffle, and a demo of Sonic Adventure 2 to the standard contents of the Dreamcast console package. The Dreamcast system is, in a word, awesome. Fire up Soul Calibur, and instantly you'll appreciate that the graphics and gameplay are even better than in the arcade version.