Have no idea what the heck a Dreamcast is? Here's a quick introduction.
The Dreamcast is an 128-bit console system by Sega that was released in America for $199.99 on September 9th, 1999 and October 14th, 1999 in Europe. The Dreamcast has been out in Japan since November of 1998.
The Dreamcast will be by far the most powerful console system in the U.S. market for at least a year. Featuring a built-in 56K modem and utilizing Microsoft's Windows CE, the Dreamcast will help shape the future of online gaming and allow for the relatively easy conversion of PC games for play on the platform. Over ninety games are in development for the Dreamcast, and at least fourteen will be available at launch. The Dreamcast also doubles as an Internet device, allowing you to surf the web and send email with the help of the optional keyboard.
For more information, see our Why Should I Buy a Dreamcast, Hardware, and Games sections.