Another classic video game console celebrates a milestone this week. Sega's Dreamcast was released in North America ten years ago this past week, on 9/9/99. Though the console was short lived, it has developed quite a following, even a decade later. Many features of the Dreamcast were ahead of its time, most notably a standard modem and internet support allowing online co-op for the first time on a home console. To celebrate the 10th birthday of Sega's final console, we'll take a look at some of the best co-op games the system had to offer, as submitted by staff and readers.
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