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NBA 2K Series Revived!

By pcwzrd13

You didn't think the excitement was over with last weekend's NFL/NCAA revival did you? Shuouma has now officially revived every Visual Concepts sports game with today's announcement that the NBA 2K series is back online! This is a major milestone for Dreamcast online game revival as not only are all...

27.07.18 02:28 PM - Comment(s)

NFL 2K1, 2K2, and NCAA 2K2 Are Back Online!

By pcwzrd13

Are you ready for some football?! Shuouma is back with not just one but three more online Dreamcast games revived! NFL 2K1, 2K2, and NCAA 2K2 can now be played online once again! All of these games have essentially the same network code with some minor differences so reviving them all at once made s...

22.07.18 04:30 PM - Comment(s)

Poll: Which 2K Sports Game Do You Want Revived Next?

By pcwzrd13

Sports fans should be pretty excited right about now. World Series Baseball 2K2 has been brought back online for the first time in 15 years and this is just the beginning! All of Visual Concept's sports titles will be revived in due time and Shuouma wants YOU to decide which of them you want back on...

02.03.18 11:03 AM - Comment(s)

Play Ooga Booga with the Developers!

By pcwzrd13

Ever wanted to play a Dreamcast game with the original developers? Well now's your chance! Visual Concepts has been hooked up with a DreamPi, courtesy of Dreamcast Live, so they can join us playing some Ooga Booga online. Some of you might have already played with them if you were online between 8:0...

03.02.18 08:39 AM - Comment(s)

Floigan Bros. DLC Released!

By pcwzrd13

It's been 16 years since the game's release but for the first time ever, all 12-months of timed DLC for Visual Concept's Floigan Bros. has been released! For those of you unfamiliar with the DLC for Floigan Bros., they were monthly downloads called FMTs (Fun Moigle Things) that added things to the g...

10.03.17 10:19 PM - Comment(s)

Interview with Ooga Booga's Producer, John Race

By pcwzrd13

Visual Concepts is probably most well known for the Dreamcast's excellent 2K sports series but towards the end of the Dreamcast's lifespan, they went off in an entirely new, non-sports-related direction. Floigan Bros. and Ooga Booga were released in late 2001 and slipped under the radar for a lot of...

19.01.17 03:15 PM - Comment(s)