Discussion in 'Unreleased Games Discussion' started by Mark30001, Oct 31, 2005.
Agartha missing from the list.
Developped by No ClichÃ©.
I started to develop a list of games right after SEGA announcing the production stop of the Dreamcast, back in 2001. I got pics, videos and other stuff from a lot of sites, its worth a check. BTW, if someone got any others pics/vids, just contact me
i need info on this! i'm a big fan of the series! any info, demo, pics or such about it?
Wasn't outcast released for the dc?
Heroes of Might & Magic III
God how I wanted that game...they even ran advertisements for the DC version in some gaming mags. Sadly it never saw the light of day.
Doesn't Legit have this? He may have sold it, but I could've sworn he had a GD-R at one time.
I would find that very hard to believe, as WipeOut was bought up by Sony along with Psynosis years before the Dreamcast launch. Sure Sony allowed some ports at first, but I think they wouldn't have liked one of their best in-house franchises to be released on Dreamcast, now would they?
And Outcast was never released on Dreamcast, only on pc.
Outcast 2 was in the works for pc and PlayStation 2, but then they went bust... Belgium's development pride gone...
Well we still have Larian Studio's (Divine Divinity), but not like they will ever make something like Outcast 1 and 2...
Now that you mention it, I think someone here did get a GD-R beta though I can't remember who at the moment.
I wonder how far along in development it was? Judging from the advertisements, it did appear to be nearing completion.
I don't think he ever got the GD-R to boot, as he said it was heavily scratched. As long as the surface is okay, it should be usable in one way or another.
Wasn't M&M3 up for sale here, on the forum, a few months ago, as part of a massive GDR sale by an ex-journo? There were so many titles, I lost track.
Yes, I think Legit was selling it some time ago. Maybe he still is?
And Outcast was caming to DC, but it was canceled.
It was definitely Legit, not sure if it sold or not though.... Game looked incredible!
I know someone who would know 100% for sure if that was true or not. Maybe I'll ask :thumbsup:
Didnt the Dreamcast have 16 megs vram while the ps2 only has 4? :shrug:
I did wind up buying the PC version anyway, but seeing it run on a DC would have been cool nonetheless.
Arg, I was thinking of out-trigger, sorry for the confusion.
According to a recent interview with Toshihiro Nagoshi (to be found at Kikizo, if I remember correctly), there has never been a third Daytona USA, though I guess some people may have mistaken the 2001 edition for such a game prior to its release - shouldn't this be removed from the list? Also, while I'm not sure if anything was every programmed on the Dreamcast, elements (presumably team-related gameplay) from the concept known back in 2000 as "Sonic & Knuckles RPG" were supposedly carried over to Sonic Heroes. Finally, I should mention as well that Virtua Fighter 4 was in preliminary stages of R&D. Producer Yu Suzuki said that AM2 would only go further with a conversion if the hardware could reproduce the arcade game's visuals without significant compromise. Taking into consideration the extra processing speed and memory of the NAOMI2 platform over a stock Dreamcast, it's not too surprising that VF4 never appeared on the console. Still, even a hardcore cynic like myself cannot deny that they did a fantastic job with the PlayStation 2 edition, which was almost flawless in my opinion!
2 years later...
Anyone knows something about "Planet of the Apes"? any betas/protos?
All except for the backgrounds (which show the limitations of the PS2's VRAM)
In my continued search to find all the items I have promised people I came across these papers. It appears I started to alphabetize these but this is what I have so far.
Black and White
Bleem Pak A
Separate names with a comma.