http://www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk/2017/08/10-pc-games-that-should-have-been.html Great article above by The Dreamcast Junkyard. Two other games that didn't make the list include World of Warcraft (Bernie Stolar was in discussions with Blizzard about this being a console exclusive) and Grand Theft Auto III (I realize this was technically a port on PC, however, Bernie was also in discussions for this to be a console exclusive). There are some misconceptions out there about his strategies, put out by a disgruntled developer. I'm doing my best to clear those misconceptions up. Bernie did NOT ban RPGs, and when he arrived there in 1997, SEGA had lost $267.9 Million USD on the Saturn (as well as the other seven systems/add-ons* they were still selling at the time) and they had to move on. Dreamcast saved SEGA from bankruptcy. The only reason a DVD player could not be included was, SEGA simply could not afford it. It is thanks to Bernie that the Dreamcast had a modem, SEGA of Japan did not think online game-play was important, he did, he saw it as the future. He argued for the modem to be there and succeeded. Bernie, who has always had an eye for content, is also the one who discovered Visual Concepts and got them to make SEGA's 2K sports games to compete with EA. The 2K brand is still alive and well today. *Those seven systems/add-ons were Game Gear, Nomad, Pico, Genesis, SEGA CD (production ceased in 1996, however, the remaining stock was still being sold), 32X, and in some parts of the world, the Master system.