The sad thing is that if the person complaining about the amateurish and unprofessional conduct does it in such an unprofessional manner him or herself (don't know who is quoted), that's a clear sign they needed someone to be a grownup and didn't have one.lol
"The project has been taken offline. This is due to a schism within the team caused by inefficient and amateurish conduct resulting in members being removed and others leaving the team. In light of such unprofessional behavior and an embarrassing lack of progress, seasoned members of the gaming industry have chosen to distance themselves from the project. I too am stepping away from Project Dream. Please note the Twitter account @Project_DreamDC is no longer associated with this group."
Prototype reveal coming soon
3 Jun 2016 — Hello everyone. Thanks for sticking around.
We have gone through some changes but are STILL in the game!
Keep an eye out because in the coming weeks we will be releasing demonstration video of the prototype in action!
I remember it well. Very unique game and a real b**** of a challenge. The ultimate spaceship shooter grindathon.An odd game, but when I rented DC, I played Armada. It was awesome. Think of Diablo, but in space with tiny spaceships. It was hard as shyt, where the enemies didn't scale to your ship. If you zoomed to a part of space you shouldn't have (they had this X/Y axis map), you get killed in seconds.
There was talk of an Armada 2, but I don't think many people cared about the first game.
Mario Tennis for N64 would like to have a word with youPlaying through Sonic Adventure, it's actually looking pretty good still, especially the Emerald Coast level. Only one analogue stick means you move the camera left and right with the triggers... it takes awhile to get used to and is by no means perfect, but it works okay in most scenarios. Also fired up virtua tennis 2, funny it's still the best playing tennis game 20 years later lol
Because of all of the 1st party titles. SA, Crazy Taxi, Skies of Arcadia, Space Channel 5, Shenmue, Phantasy Star Online, Ecco the Dolphin, Virtua Tennis, Samba de Amigo, ChuChu Rocket, etc. The online component too. It was also kind of a generation ahead of its time. Everybody is now like "exclusives games are why to get a console", but in all honesty, the Dreamcast had an unmatched variety of exclusives. Has anything in 20 years compared to Dreamcast? Sony had some good ones back then too, but more recently?... maybe just Nintendo? Maybe not even that. Definitely not Sony or Microsoft now... It makes you laugh when anyone can say it's all about that, when you compare what exclusives USED to be.This probably the console I'm most nostalgic for. I came into this passion in the NES era but my fondest memories are from the dreamcast.
I even bought a naomi Net City cab with original naomi hardware and netboot because of it.