On September 9th, 1999, Sega launched a console that probably was too ahead of it's time in the US. While the system did die a VERY early death in the US (I blame retailers telling people to wait for Sony's PS2) in Japan, the console lasted a bit longer. The last licensed game was released in 2008, which was Border Down, a reissue. Even after all that, unlicensed games are still giving the Dreamcast love. Games like Pier Solar and Ghost Blade are giving Sega's final machine life still.
So today, if you still own a Dreamcast, fire it up and give it some love.
Namco today announced that Tekken Hybrid. This is a compilation disc that contains an HD remake of Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue, a version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 that includes costumes used in the Tekken Blood Vengeance movie, and the Blu-Ray version of Tekken: Blood Vengeance. Tekken Hybrid can be found at your favorite game shop for $39.99 or in a $59.99 that includes a 2-CD soundtrack, hard cover art book, and a voucher to download items in Playstation Home. Press Release after the break
Day 1 Left, Day 2 Right Just to be clear, Jessica Nigri was asked to leave and change, she was allowed back in... But on day 1 of PAX east, she went dressed as Lollipop Chainsaw's star, Juliet Starling, without issue. Day 2 she went dressed as the same character in one of the multiple alt costumes and asked to leave to change. She returned in the cheerleader uniform from day 1 she was asked to change again, cover up, or leave entirely! Did I mention she was at the WB Games booth and is the official character model for the game? So what's the point of this post? Most of the Grotto staff come from a place in the US where people can go grocery shopping wearing A LOT less than what Nigri had on! Now if she were dressed in one of the alternate costumes from Dead or Alive Extreme Beach Volleyball, then I can understand the issue. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+ and after the break, see Nigri's Day 3 costume! Updated 4/9/2012: Added