Subject: Re: Death of Dreamcast?
To: None <>
From: Michael Alexander <>
List: port-dreamcast
Date: 01/23/2001 14:48:25
Well, maybe not.  Check out:

Tuesday January 23, 4:31 pm Eastern Time

Press Release

Sega Statement January 23, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 23, 2001--Sega of America stated
today that the company globally reaffirms its
commitment to Dreamcast. In fact, Sega has more than 100 games worldwide
coming out for the platform in the next year. It is not
Sega's policy to comment on rumors and the company has not made any
statement regarding ceasing manufacturing of Dreamcast
or development for other videogame platforms. 


     Sega of America
     Charles Bellfield, 415/701-3824
     Access Communications for Sega
     Jennifer Walker, 415/844-6283


On Tue, 23 Jan 2001, Mark Radtke wrote:

> I've heard stories like this before, but this one comes from Reuters. Can some of our
> better-informed bretheren key us in on what's happening? If this is true, how will this effect the
> project? What will happen the the Dreamcast Network? I want my Phantasy Star Online!
> We lost one of the last originals today. Sega, we hadly knew ye...
>       -Mark
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