By: pcwzrd13 | March 26, 2016

The number of online Dreamcast games may soon increase by one thanks to an indie developer named Rico Tyrell. Rico is developing an online third-person shooter called [TERMINAL] (working title) which is currently in it's early stages. What's interesting is that the game is being developed using Sega's Katana SDK rather than BlueCrab's KallistiOS typically used for most independent Dreamcast titles. This is a first for a Dreamcast indie game since most developers won't touch Katana due to possible legal issues.

Here's a description of the game from the developer:

"[TERMINAL] (WIP title) is best described as a cyberpunk third person action game. I don't have an elevator pitch for the single player campaign as I want to focus on multi play...

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