The Dreamcast scene is often times a murky one, and we'd like to make it a bit easier to manage. There's a wealth of information out there about the Dreamcast, and it's the intention of RDC to consolidate that information into one location.
Information isn't our only aim; there's a reason why Sega is held dear in many gamer's hearts. The Sega of old had a one of a kind style; frantic arcade style games, that often had surprisingly deep game play. Sega wasn't afraid to experiment either. The Dreamcast birthed some of the most original games of all time, from Sega's first party studios as well as third parties. Our intention is to never let that fade from memory. The world has changed a lot from the time the Dreamcast launched, and we want to keep it relevant.
RDC will aim to do many things, including:
-Providing high quality scans of Dreamcast cover art and creating custom DVD sleeves.
-New reviews of old games, done in a more modern style. Reviews have changed a lot since 1999.
-A complete database of game information, hosted on Wikia.
-Provide reviews of homebrew games, and which are worth your time. There are many out there, and it's sometimes a daunting task to commit to exploring them due to the sheer number of them.
This is not all you can expect. There are other things that I plan on, but I'm debating how to implement them.
Here's how you can help:
If you want to write for RDC or edit the Wikia, please comment on this post. Posting will be public so that you don't have to have a blogger account. The Wikia is created, but it is currently locked until more content can be added. I want to start a forum as well. If you search with Google, you can find an old forum I started, but never did anything with. I didn't think it was the best host. If you can, recommend a free service. I have ideas for how to fund an actual site but at the time, I'm not sure how feasible it will be.
Content posting will begin soon. Thank you for reading, and be sure to check back every day.