Exceeding its own expectations, Sega of America sold more than 372,000 Dreamcast game consoles in the four days following the game machine's September 9 launch.
All together, the next-generation console, software and peripherals brought in more than $132m between Thursday morning and Sunday night, Sega said.
It's only a matter of time before the creative practices of software game makers become intertwined with presidential politics. Charles Cooper reckons that the problem with problem youth isn't because of bad software. It's because of bad parents. Go to AnchorDesk UK for the news comment.