Dreamcast games being ported over to consoles has been rumored to be in the works for quite some time now. SEGA has now confirmed that they’ll be releasing several Dreamcast ports onto the PlayStation Network.
SEGA has announced that the first games making its way to the PlayStation Network will be Sonic Adventure, which will be releasing this Fall, and a personal favorite, Crazy Taxi.
Each game is based on the original Dreamcast incarnation, featuring all of the gameplay that older players fell in love with, whilst allowing a new audience to discover it for the very first time. The games incorporate all-new enhancements and features such as high resolution visuals and surround sound. Online leader boards are now implemented, allowing players to compare their skills with friends across the world! In addition to this, all-new Achievement and Trophy integration will be available for each game released.
Haruki Satomi, VP of Digital Business at SEGA of America and SEGA Europe said:
The Dreamcast is fondly remembered by a large community of dedicated fans as a console that was ahead of its time in terms of graphics, quality and online gaming. There are few things that are more requested from us than making Dreamcast classics available for download in today’s digital market place. We’re very excited to begin offering gamers our beloved Dreamcast titles again on the current console systems.