BREAKERS Port Arrives for the Dreamcast

Rob Kalajian digital 0 Comments

Yes, you read the article title correctly. Yes, it’s 2017.

Breakers was a fighting game Visco Games on that was released on the NeoGeo coin-operated platform on December 17, 1996. It’s been 21 years, but the game is being rerealeased on the Dreamcast of all things. This isn’t just a hobby project, but an officially licenced game being put out. by Videogamesnewyork.

The Sega Dreamcast has seen a handful of new titles every year since it was officially discontinued. The release of BREAKERS marks the beginning of a new era of Independent Video GamePublishing. BREAKERS is the first licensed port of a pre-existing commercial game to be released onto the system.

Those interesting in obtaining a copy can do so for $39.99.

This is a produced on MIL-CD media (like all professional Dreamcast indie games) and might not be compatible with some Dreamcast consoles built after November 2000. Please check the manufacture date on the label on the bottom of your console before.

This software is not licensed, designed, manufactured, distributed or endorsed by Sega.

Father of 4. Husband to 1. Overall Geek. Rob is the owner of A Pawn’s Perspective. During the day he’s a Senior Web Developer for an ad agency in Avon, CT. In his free time…he has no free time. Games. Toys. Books. Scouting.
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