At 11/1/09 08:47 PM, KeithHybrid wrote:
At 11/1/09 08:44 PM, CompleteDouche wrote:
I never got to play Future, but I dug the original.
At 11/1/09 08:42 PM, KeithHybrid wrote:
Jet Set RadioI hate replying in a same thread over 3 times, but I fucking loved Jet set radio, especially Future...
Future is good, but not as good as the original.
Anyway, as Keith said, Sega was in a deep financial crisis, because their consoles did not do well, the SNES' domination of the Genesis brought upon the Sega CD and the 32x add on, the CD sold badly--but it sold, however the 32x was a complete failure, Sega was planning the Neptune (a stand-alone 32x), but scrapped it and went to the Saturn, which although was the most powerful console between the Playstation and N64, it was overshadowed still and did not sell well outside of Japan. Sega had then released the Dreamcast 3 years after the Saturn, it was the first console that had online capabilities and even a browser that came free with any Dreamcast, a vast library of great games and 128 bit graphics. It was hot until 2001 where the Playstation 2 came out, and once again, Sega was overshadowed by hype of another console. Having badly spent their money on chances that they'd bounce back up, Sega was on the verge of bankruptcy.
It's truly sad, they were all good consoles with great games made for them, they were just doomed to obscurity, because of bad marketing and hype.