May 27, 2022

Celebrate the SEGA Dreamcast with the Collected Works Book

Join us in celebrating the legacy of SEGA’s Dreamcast with Read-Only Memory’s Collected Works. Go on, you know you want one.

A deluxe hardback book detailing the greatest console in creation, the SEGA Dreamcast, is now readily available. What? Fight me if you don’t agree!

The SEGA Dreamcast: Collected Works is an essential piece of literature for any fan. Co-produced with SEGA, the large-format book features;

  • a dazzling collection of never-before-published materials, and
  • a specially commissioned editorial which offers an unprecedented insight into SEGA’s last console

Accompanying detailed images of the Dreamcast itself, the Collected Works offers unique designs prominently featuring the celebrated library of games.

Thanks to the SEGA archives, all the images have been faithfully sourced. The hardback also features an in-depth, interview-led editorial piece by New Yorker contributing writer, Simon Parking.

However, this is only the tip of the iceberg, as contributions from; Yu Suzuki (Shenmue), Masayoshi Kikuchi (Jet Set Radio/Jet Set Radio Future), Naoto Ohshima (Sonic Adventure), and Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Space Channel 5, Rez) feature proudly throughout.

This new book features a rich variety of content, from manufacturing prototypes, stunning photography of rare hardware, to game development materials. Peerlessly printed and maintaining the highest fidelity.

The Dreamcast: Collected Works also serves as a follow-on publication to Read-Only Memory’s 2014 SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works.

For more details on Dreamcast: Collected Works, please visit Read-Only Memory. The Dreamcast: Collected Works is available for £35. You can find the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works here. To find out more about Read-Only Memory, please visit their website.


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