What many people don't realize is that the Sega Dreamcast was the first console to do this globally (it was done on the Super Famicom and Mega Drive before, but exclusively to Japan via internet add-ons). Years have gone by and Sega has officially taken down all official Dreamcast content accessible through the games themselves. Some of the games that were eventually ported to future consoles don't even have this content. Because of this, some people were never given the chance to see what some of original DLC on Dreamcast games looked like.
That's where I come in. After digging through my 8-page memory card and several VMUs, I've managed to record footage of said DLC that I obtained back when the content was still available. Now you all can see what Sega had to offer back then.
Now mind you, I don't have every bit of DLC that was available and I am working on finding them through sites that allow you to download them. Also keep in mind that there are a few games that I have yet to record footage for, so this is also a work in progress. Finally, I've omitted some DLC as they were either available in the future ports or have been changed a bit (in both instances, Phantasy Star Online is a good example).
(One last thing, some DLC were only available for certain regions. I will try my best to record footage of said DLC should they only be available to certain regions of certain games.)
Now, here we go!
Jet Grind Radio
Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2
Samba de Amigo
Sonic Adventure 2
Edited by Tsukento, 22 September 2009 - 03:15 AM.