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This theme will make your Nintendo 3DS look and sound like a Sega Dreamcast
Feeling guilty about selling your Dreamcast? Maybe this will help.
Sega fans who remember the good old days of the Dreamcast will soon be able to pay their respects in a unique, modern way. Sega has created a skin for the Nintendo 3DS that evokes the look of the classic console—and for this remembrance, you won’t have to press X.
Sega’s YouTube channel posted a video highlighting the new Dreamcast theme, which includes the signature startup beep, whooshes of fans revving up, and the ever-memorable disc scratch sound.
Now that’s what we call a tribute.
Sega hasn’t said when it will release this skin or if it will do so in the U.S., but the Sega faithful are ready and waiting.
Photo via Luftholen/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.