The Sega Dreamcast Collection gets released this week for PC and Xbox 360, and includes old games you might have played. Games like Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing. In actual widescreen no less.
But where is Sega Marine Fishing? It was the Dreamcast's best game ever, and every single fishing game since has been a major letdown. I think it's about time for full sequel in HD. Hell, I'd even buy Move for it.
Until that day, I'll have to console myself with having spent enough money on the arcade version to get the highscore in some Hungarian arcade a couple of years ago. Which probably got beaten by now, as it was the best arcade cabinet they had next to Star Wars Trilogy Arcade. But by all means, go buy this collection without Sega Marine Fishing.
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