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Thread: vga adapter, sega did that in 1999

  1. #1
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    Dec 2002
    Winnipeg, Canada


    Whats up with the review on vga adapters? I have been getting flack about my devotion to dreamcast and it's open source programing since being a member of tt. I have had a vga adapter made by sega for my dc since launch in 1999. And all I hear is, oh what crappy gfx. lol. not.
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    Nov 2001


    And the Dreamcast did it well, too - their VGA adapter didn't convert back to VGA from another format as some more recent adaptors do, retaining image quality.

    The current article is aimed more at X-Box / Gamecube / Playstation 2 owners who are thinking of buying an adaptor.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Canberra, Australia


    Consoles don't live or die because of their technology - the major reason behind any console's success and longevity is software developer support.

    I had a Nintendo64 years back and it beat the pants off a PlayStation in terms of technological capability (it was 64bit console). But a lack of decent titles sunk the N64.

    So while Dreamcast may have had certain technological capabilities the others are only beginning to develop, the DC can't compete with the PS2 for popularity and support. Unfortunate but that's the reality of the console market.

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