Dreamcast Games Coming to Xbox Live Arcade, PSN

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Sega's ill-fated final console, the Dreamcast, is making a return of sorts as the most popular first-party games from the system will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. This fall, Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure will kick things off.

Sega's initiative to start delivering its Dreamcast games to current consoles will begin in a few months, likely happening around the time of the 11th anniversary of the system's launch (September 9, 2010). The downloadable Dreamcast games will have the standard enhancements seen in XBLA and PSN updates, including HD visuals, leaderboards, and Achievements/Trophies.

The first two games, Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi, will be on display at E3, so we'll soon be able to get a good look at how true these games stay to their Dreamcast roots. In the meantime, which Dreamcast games do you want to see on current systems?

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