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This Dreamcast 15th anniversary watch is beautiful


10:30 AM on 10.08.2013
This Dreamcast 15th anniversary watch is beautiful photo



I am still somehow madly in love with the Dreamcast, even 15 years later. Someone in Japan is just as sick as I am as they thought it would be a good idea to release a commemorative anniversary watch. This silver and stainless beauty is only available in Japan, but an eBay auction can have you wearing one to show off to all your old and geeky friends for the high price of $399.00. 

Flip the disc lid to read the time! It even comes in a jewel box with Dreamcast orange cloth lining. 

Again, I'll remind you that my birthday was week before last, and that no one at Destructoid got me anything. 






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