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Posted by DanielJW

Wow there are very many Quick Look Throwbacks coming soon!

Edited by Dynamitekyle

Awesome Again! A full day of QL Throwbacks anyone?

Posted by RealEddie

I like this trend :)

Posted by milkman4591

can't believe it's been 10 years...

Posted by Gav47

I remember this one, yah for me

Posted by Artemis_D

I am loving this.  Keep it coming!  POWERSTONE! POWERSTONE! DO IT! DO IT NOW!

Posted by INFINITE_CASH

I used to play the hell outta ths game.

Posted by JoeOE18

Virtua Tennis was incredible. It's really a shame that the new ones aren't really any good.

Posted by Winternet

is it sega birthday or something?

Posted by pbhawks45

This game is still amazing.

Posted by MjHealy

Awesome! Will there be some Ready 2 Rumble?

Posted by KillaMaStA

Crazy taxi and jet grind radio should be coming next! Awesome stuff

Posted by stinky

need to go back even further like Screwattack. 

Posted by Winternet
@mnzy said:
" @Winternet said:
" is it sega birthday or something? "
The dreamcast was released 10 years ago.  "
Jesus! 10 years already?! Damn.
Posted by Ventilator

I finished watching a quick look, and hey, ANOTHER QUICK LOOK
 
Stepping through the time travel machine confirms that this current trend may continue

Posted by W0lfbl1tzers

My favorite game for the Dreamcast. I was ten and we did not have it long.

Posted by racastro


Awesome, two throwback QL! I hope they have more coming...what other system from past generations people still celebrate the aniversary for ? 
Long Live The Dreamcast!    
Posted by heatDrive88

I need a Shenmue throwback full of it's awkward dialogue sequences.
Posted by eduardo

Virtua Tennis is awesome, gotta love the minigames.

Posted by dagas

For me the DC was all about Shenmue and Skies of Arcadia. I remember December 2000, Shenmue had recently been released in Europe, I sat in a small cottage on a small 14" TV somewhere on the Swedish countryside. The snow was falling slowly outside as it was in the game and I felt that at that point games had become virtual reality. The world in Shenmue just felt so real and you could do so much more than in any other game. There is a lot of talk about when games would look so good that you could stop making new hardware and just focus on making games because they looked so realistic that you don't need to focus anymore on grahpics. To me the Dreamcast was that console. Of course today I realize I was wrong, but at the time it didn't feel like games needed to look any better than that. Sure the PS2 was out, but it had yet to produce anything exiting. For people who don't remember the early PS2 it was a huge disappointment. It wasn't really until MGS2 and FFX the PS2 took off and all the great games we today think of when we think of the PS2 had yet to come out.

Posted by joelalfaro

This game is badass. And yes, it ran at 60fps.  

Posted by Delta_Ass

Is it still considered Pulling a Brad if it's just Brad losing, instead of dying?

Posted by Ubiquitous
@Artemis_D said:
"I am loving this.  Keep it coming!  POWERSTONE! POWERSTONE! DO IT! DO IT NOW! "

Yes yes what he said. and do Powerstone 2 too.
Posted by Aeterna

I love my dreamcast.

Posted by Martdawg

This game brought me and my 7 roomates together, Shyam Signh was an all around bastard on the court.

Posted by Sunjammer

Please, for the love of god, do a 4-player retrospective of Chu Chu Rocket. That game defines the DC

Posted by GunnBjorn

Oh please...! 
Soul Caliber and RE: Code Veronica cannot be forgotten in this list. 
And Dino Crisis... yes, i know, the game was god-awful, but i played a whole lot of it. 
Oh, and Puyo Puyo 4 was pretty neat too... 
Come to think of it, every game that came out on the system had a certain magic to it, no matter how mediocre or downright bad they were.
Posted by doddy_gb

Virtua Tennis aged extremely well. I still play it when I want some arcade action.

Posted by GunnBjorn

People, question: 
 
What was that game called, that you could play with up to four players, and you could choose from a variety of characters, including an American Native and a Mummy/zombie/voldo(?) hybrid dude in this 2d/3d environment and the main goal pretty much was to wreck up the place. 
Does this poor description ring any bells?
Posted by MeatSim

Now I can enjoy a good arcade sports game all these simulation sports games I don't care for.

Posted by killdave

POWAR STON WAGH !!!

Posted by InFamous91

wheres shenmue??

Edited by Linkyshinks

Been playing a little of this today...
 
Super Tennis on the Super Nintendo was awesome Brad,

Posted by spiceninja
@GunnBjorn said:
" People, question:  What was that game called, that you could play with up to four players, and you could choose from a variety of characters, including an American Native and a Mummy/zombie/voldo(?) hybrid dude in this 2d/3d environment and the main goal pretty much was to wreck up the place. Does this poor description ring any bells? "
Are you talking about Rampage?
Posted by EndlessMike

Mario Tennis was pretty badass too

Posted by GunnBjorn
@PlasmaBeam44 said:
" @GunnBjorn said:
" People, question:  What was that game called, that you could play with up to four players, and you could choose from a variety of characters, including an American Native and a Mummy/zombie/voldo(?) hybrid dude in this 2d/3d environment and the main goal pretty much was to wreck up the place. Does this poor description ring any bells? "
Are you talking about Rampage? "

Thank you for your respons but no, it's not rampage. 
I figured it out just a half hour ago; the title is called Power stone (2).
Again, thanks for the effort to help me out.
Posted by Grimmy616

BAM said the ladeh

Posted by Trace

I became a fan of tennis (and Tommy Haas) through Virtua Tennis. Never paid attention to the sport before then, but now I just find it awesome to watch.
 
This made for a great party game, too. Especially when you unlocked some of the crazier items like woks.

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Posted by D_W

How could you guys forgot about Super Tennis on SNES. That one was a lot of fun.
Posted by Spiral_Stars

Mario Tennis 64 = the best tennis game ever.

Posted by Milpool

Aw man.  Most favourite tennis game ever.

Posted by TheClap

BAM SAID THE LADY!  You've been following the right Twitters  Mr. Davis.

Posted by Xander51

I think this was my favorite Dreamcast game. I'm loving these quick looks guys, thank you so much!

Posted by AlKusanagi

While the DC was never "HD," it did look pretty sweet when hooked up to a VGA monitor.

Posted by cronox2

Heh. Hearing the VMU beep anytime it goes back to the menu brings me back.

Posted by Bummey

You guys should do Seaman next. Yes.

Posted by nrain

loved this game to death in the arcades.

Posted by GaZZuM

If anyone can make a sizable contribution towards "BAM! Said The Lady" going mainstream, it's Ryan "Feed The Birds" Davis.

Posted by AllanIceman

I remember spending hours after school in the mall playing this game. So much fun.

Posted by DukesT3

I was part of the failure of the Dreamcast because I waited the next year for the PS2.. and I actually kind of feel bad about it looking back. Wish I picked one up on the day it came out, but my parents could only get me one system and I was loyal to the playstation at the time so I went with that. These games still look great though and still hold up.

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