The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) has announced they will host an event to honor the 20th Anniversary of the SEGA Dreamcast.
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (aka The MADE) has announced they will host an event to honor the 20th Anniversary of the SEGA Dreamcast.
20 Year Anniversary Dreamcast Party will honor the iconic console with special talks by game developers along with special tournaments. The celebration will take place on September 7th at the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment located in Oakland.
This is a free event but guests need to RSVP to attend. More details, including guest speakers, will be unveiled in the months leading up to the event.
SEGA Dreamcast was first released in 1998 and was the first console of the Sixth Generation Era while also introducing many innovative features. This would be SEGA last console before production discontinued in 2003 due to declining sales. Even though it had a short lifespan, it has been hailed as one of the greatest consoles.
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment is one of the few museums dedicated to the preservation of gaming history. Located in Oakland, they have a massive collection of retro gaming titles and consoles while also hosting workshops.