What that means, for now, is that only Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure are making the leap. Sonic Adventure, as one of the first 3D Sonics, is a dubious choice. Crazy Taxi, however, is sheer genius. I always felt that Grand Theft Auto owed a bit to Crazy Taxi's madcap mission-based racing. As a quick-fix arcade download, it should be perfect.
Sonic will arrive first on September 9, which happens by no coincidence to be the 11th anniversary of the Dreamcast. Both games will feature enhanced graphics, online leaderboards, and, of course, achievements.
Which Dreamcast games should hit next? We can think of a few we'd love to see, easily: Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio, and, hopefully, Seaman.
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