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The Dreamcast is a home video game console released by Sega on November 27, 1998. The Dreamcast’s main CPU is a two-way 360 MIPS superscalar Hitachi SH-4 32-bit RISC clocked at 200 MHz with an 8 Kbyte instruction cache and 16 Kbyte data cache and a 128-bit graphics-oriented floating-point unit delivering 1.4 GFLOPS. Its 100 MHz NEC PowerVR2 rendering engine, integrated with the system’s ASIC, is capable of drawing more than 3 million polygons per second and of deferred shading. Although the Dreamcast had a short lifespan and limited third-party support, reviewers have considered the console ahead of its time. The Dreamcast was also the first console to include a built-in modem for Internet support and online play. So if you still got a SEGA dreamcast then download this easy to use Amiga emulator and give your SEGA Dreamcast some extra dimension. (Download is 260MB)

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