Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the console world

November 27, 1998 was the day Sega’s then-generation host Dreamcast went on sale, and 21 years later, Sega re-baked the DC host’s classic boot music to mark its last ace DC birthday in the host world. Dreamcast was launched by Sega corporation on November 27, 1998. DC for short. is its sixth-generation host.

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

Because of its spiral-shaped logo, it is nicknamed “mosquito incense” in China. Although the DC console was launched with high hopes, but it ultimately failed to give it the upper hand in the three-way contest between Nintendo and Sony, more indirectly led to Sega’s complete exit from the home console market, on January 31, 2001, Sega terminated the production of Dreamcast consoles, announced the withdrawal from the home console market.

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

And this short DC host boot music is by the well-known musician Sakamoto Long one personally built, full of spirit, but unfortunately, when also, DC host will eventually be just a early decline in the history of the game.

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

Sega re-push classic boot music: commemorates the last ace DC birthday in the host world

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