Dreamcast Support Trudges On With Rush Rush Rally Racing

By Ishaan . September 9, 2009 . 11:34am

The last Dreamcast game was DUX by developers HUCAST.net & KonTechs Ltd. It was a shmup that was released in both a limited edition package (with the OST) and a regular edition, which is still available on Play-Asia.


The next game for the console that — Just. Won’t. Die. — is Rush Rush Rally Racing, a top-down 2D arcade racer from Redspotgames. There’s a full feature list available at the link along with a pre-order option but from a quick glance, the game seems to feature an online leaderboard. As you’d expect, RRRR is region-free and it’ll cost you €15.00 when it releases in October.


Now all we need is for SEGA to release a limited run of Project Needlemouse for Dreamcast in 2010.

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  • Wow! Good timing. I just got a used (working! :D) Dreamcast with 6 games (Shenmue and Soul Calibur among them) at Goodwill for $25. I’m glad to see games are still being made.

    • daizyujin

      Just make sure it is a pre October 2000 unit. If it isn’t, there is a good chance this won’t work as it uses the MIL CD exploit to run.

      • Thanks for the tip! I just checked the unit now and it says manufactured March 2000.

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