Feb. 19, 1999 - 9:30am
Bits & Pieces
    Source: Sega X, Magic Box

  • Sega of Japan announced that they'll be releasing an updated version of their Dream Passport Internet software. The new version corrects all the bugs in the original and will be available free to all those who've already registered online.

  • Sega and Web-TV confirmed that they will be distributing the Web-TV software for the Dreamcast next month in Japan. The software will be free for all DC owners and may be packed in with consoles in the future. The Web-TV fee is 2,000 yen for 15 hours of access in a month.

  • Bandai has announced Mobile Suit Gundam Gaiden for the Dreamcast. The game's story continues from where the Saturn version of Gundam: Blue Destiny ended. The game will be entirely in 3D and is scheduled for release in June for 6,800 yen.

  • Tomy announced Toukon Retsuden 4 for the Dreamcast. This sequel will have more than 30 wrestlers in the game, with more than 800 moves in total. It will support the DC modem and is planned for a July release. Tomy expects to sell 250,000 units of the game.
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