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Sega’s last foray into the hardware world debuted on 9/9/99.

Ten years later (plus a month, whatever), and a new game is getting set to be released: Rush Rush Rally Racing.

Hit the jump to see the trailer!

It’s a top-down racing game that supports four-player simultaneous play.  It also looks like more fun than anyone has had with their Dreamcast since Sega shut down the Phantasy Star Online servers in ’08.

Check out the feature list from the official site:

  • Single-player grand prix mode with four difficulty levels
  • Three multi-player modes to enjoy with up to four players
  • Five race cars to choose from
  • 10 Grand Prix race tracks
  • 9 additional multi-player race tracks
  • Awesome soundtrack by Black Device
  • Autosave to VMU (any port, file uses just 2 blocks)
  • Region free
  • Rumble pack support
  • Compatible with original Dreamcast pads, arcade stick, and third party controllers
  • Supports PAL (50/60 Hz), NTSC and VGA displays
  • Configurable controls and many other options
  • Animated cut scenes
  • Plus even more unlockable content!
  • New: Online Highscore!

That’s right, fire up the old SegaNet account… RRRR has leaderboards!

You can preorder the game direct from the publisher here for the low, low price of €15.00 ($21.90 at current exchange rates).  And don’t worry – since it’s not endorsed by Sega, it’s not region encoded either.  This means it will work on your modded Japanese Dreamcast, or your PAL ‘Cast, or your All-American Dreamsicle.

First, Pier Solar, now this.  Can we resurrect the Atari Jaguar next?

Source: redspotgames

  1. Resurrect the Sega Genesis, I demand a worthy sequel to Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker. Can’t believe they’re still releasing games for a Dreamcast though, I should cover my mouth and giggle like a girl before I slap someone.

  2. Now that… is a weird comment. At least the last line. Thanks, Jeff.

  3. Jeff – A group is on the verge of releasing a Genesis game – I wrote a feature on them a few months back.

    • avatar Marciano

      I did enjoy Colors, but to this day, I would not play it anymore. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the 3D Same here, I’m exitced for the 3ds version, but I’m also sad about all the dimps hate and stupid, pointless comparisons to the console versions. Let’s be truthful here; sometimes it is good to see negative comments, and a lot of times its not. Some comments are reasonable, like Why are the background graphics looking a bit bad? However, others like HOMING ATTACK ON CLASSIC SONIC, DIMPS SUCKS ASS! Are just plain idiotic. Guess what Sonic fans? Sonic 4 was not meant to have the same physics, so deal with it. It is Modern Sonic, not Classic!I think you see where I’m trying to go at.

  4. I put in a link to James’s feature, too. :) But Pier Solar isn’t just using the Genesis, you also need a Sega CD. So… it looks like just me and ten other people in the world will actually have the hardware required to play it. Oh well.

  5. Actually, they never stopped making games for the Dreamcast in Japan or in South Korea.

  6. avatar Liam

    Yeah I cant wait for this to come out. I am very excited. Hopefully Pier Solar will be out shortly after.

  7. avatar Cameron

    Is this gonna be in stores?

  8. avatar Cameron

    Cause if it is, I am fucking there.

  9. avatar John

    Well heres what i figured out so far from all of this about what Iizuka meant by the 3ds gtenitg handheld stages.Classic stages: Green hill, casino night, launch base, mushroom hill (maybe sonic CD stage)Dreamcast era: Emerald Coast, (insert SA2 stage here (plz be green forest))Modern: Stages from the handheld gamesSo i guess we’ll still be gtenitg those console type stages up until we reach after SA2 maybe, then it’ll go into sonic advance 1, 2 and 3 maybe even sonic battle due. Then sonic rush, rush adventure and sonic colors DS, followed by probably one weird mixed up level that has things from a bunch of the older stages for the last stage.

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