The 40 Best Sega Dreamcast Games of All Time

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On September 9, 1999, in the US, Sega dropped its most powerful (and sadly, final) console - the medium-sized white box of wonder known as the Dreamcast.

Say what you will about its defeat at the hands of the Sony PlayStation 2, the lack of a built-in DVD player, and the rampant bootlegging of its many games. The Dreamcast's legacy remains intact as one of the greatest video game machines ever made despite its technical shortcomings when compared to the competition at the time.

Sega went all in with some of its most impressive first-party titles and enjoyed a bevy of amazing third-party games from some of the most noteworthy publishers/developers in the industry. The Dreamcast deserves extra credit for putting forth one of the most memorable fighting game libraries ever seen due to arcade-perfect renditions of iconic Capcom and SNK titles.

It's time to celebrate everything that was incredible about Sega's beloved console by listing the greatest Dreamcast games of all time.

1. ‘Sonic Adventure’

2. 'Sonic Adventure 2'

3. ‘Power Stone’

4. ‘Power Stone 2’

5. ‘Soulcalibur’

6. ‘Hydro Thunder’

7. ‘The House of the Dead 2’

8. ‘NFL 2K1’

9. ‘Grandia II’

10. ‘Ready to Rumble Boxing’

11. ‘Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes’

12. ‘Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes’

13. ‘Jet Set Radio’

14. ‘Skies of Arcadia’

15. ‘Shenmue’

16. ‘Shenmue II’

17. ‘Resident Evil – Code: Veronica’

18. ‘Crazy Taxi’

19. ‘Phantasy Star Online’

20. ‘Dead or Alive 2’

Honorable Mentions

21. ‘Ikaruga’

22. ‘NBA 2K2’

23. ‘Project Justice’

24. ‘ChuChu Rocket!’

25. ‘Samba de Amigo’

26. ‘NFL Blitz 2000’

27. ‘Virtua Tennis’

28. ‘Metropolis Street Racer’

29. ‘Quake III Arena’

30. ‘Rez’

31. ‘Space Channel 5’

32. ‘Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000’

33. ‘Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001’

34. ‘Garou: Mark of the Wolves’

35. ‘Unreal Tournament’

36. ‘Rayman 2: The Great Escape’

37. ‘Bomberman Online’

38. ‘Le Mans 24 Hours’

39. ‘Sega Rally 2’

40. ‘Bangai-O’

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