This is a list of all games for the Dreamcast video game console. There are 638 games on this list, which includes titles exclusive to North America, exclusive to Europe, and exclusive to Japan. See Lists of video games for related lists.
Crazy Taxi is a series of score attack racing video games that was developed by Hitmaker and published by Sega. The first game appeared in arcades in 1999 and was very successful, prompting Sega to port the arcade version to their Dreamcast console in 2000. It is the third best-selling Dreamcast game in the United States, selling over a million copies. The game was later ported to the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and PC with sequels also appearing on the Xbox, Game Boy Advance, and PlayStation Portable systems.
These games were just so entertaining. You play as a taxi driver and have to pick up and drop off passengers in the city.
This game was basically a Mario Party copycat, but it had some fun minigames.
Sonic Shuffle is a party game developed by Sonic Team and Hudson Soft and published by Sega for the Dreamcast video game console. It was released in 2000 in North America and Japan, and in 2001 in PAL territories. The game is based on the prospect of advancing characters around a board game while playing mini-games in between turns, much in the same vein as Nintendo's Mario Party.
Though Bomberman '93 is still my favorite, Bomberman Online was also a fun game.
Bomberman Online (not to be confused with Online Bomberman) is a multiplayer game for the Dreamcast. It adds new ideas to the original formula with online play, new playing fields, and other extras. Bomberman Online's servers were shut down in 2003.
Sonic Adventure received generally positive reviews for its graphics, gameplay, and soundtrack. It became the best-selling Dreamcast game. A sequel, Sonic Adventure 2, was released in 2001 for the Dreamcast. Enhanced ports of the game were released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube and Microsoft Windows. It has since been re-released as a downloadable game for Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade, and PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Network in 2010. It is also included in the Dreamcast Collection for the Xbox 360.
The Sonic Adventure games are awesome!