Generation 6



The End of a Dream

1998 / 1999 -> 2005

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Sega was in for a rude awakening with the release of their Sega Dreamcast in 1998. The console was the first of the sixth generation and the first to have a built-in modem, which made it the only console to have internet access, until the release of the xbox. It sold poorly in Japan, but with clever marketing it was able to sell very well in North America, but only for a little while. The announcement of Sony's Playstation 2 killed most of the excitement surrounding the Dreamcast, causing it to underperform and eventually become Sega's last video game console.


The Sega Dreamcast

In 2000, Sony released the sequel to their first console, the Playstation 2, digital boogaloo. One of the biggest selling point of the Playstation 2 was the fact that it could play DVD's, despite the fact that it was much smaller and cheaper.


The Playstation 2

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