Sega Dreamcast Console Variations

Current Count: 44


Sega Dreamcast White

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- Console released in Japan

- Off-White console with white controller

- Release in Japan 27.11.1998

- Note that the Dreamcast front triangle is Clear when the North American one is Grey


Sega Dreamcast White

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- Console released in North America

- Off-White console with white controller

- Release in USA 09.09.1999

- Release in Europe 14.10.1999

- Note that the Dreamcast front triangle is grey when the Japanese one is clear


Sega Dreamcast White

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- Console released in Europe

- Off-White console with white controller

- Release in Europe 14.10.1999

- Note that the Dreamcast Logo is Blue, The German company Tivola have a logo with an orange swirl, which seems to be the main theory as to why the Dreamcast logo was changed to blue in Europe.


Limited Editions :


Sega Dreamcast: Divers 2000 CX-1

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- Console released in Japan
- Blue Colored console shaped like Sonic with a TV build inside
- This was a all-in-one console unit developed by Fuji
-  It was bundled with a matching remote for the TV, a green skeleton controller, keyboard and a Dreameye


Sega Dreamcast: Hello Kitty Pink

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- Console released in Japan
- Pink Colored console with Hello Kitty on it
- bundled with a matching controller, VMU and keyboard, special Dream Passport


Sega Dreamcast: Hello Kitty Skeleton Blue

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear/Blue  Colored console with Hello Kitty on it
- bundled with a matching controller, VMU and keyboard, special Dream Passport


Sega Dreamcast: Partners

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-white Colored console with the signature of Shoichiro Irimajiri on it.
- Bundled with a Dreamcast Keychain

- The buyer of the Dreamcast had there name under graved under the signature.


Sega Dreamcast: R7 (Regulation #7)

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- Console released in Japan
- Black Colored console with R7 printed on it
- 2000 made
- Sold in Pachinko parlours


Sega Dreamcast: Sakura Wars

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- Console released in Japan
- Pink Colored console with Sakura elements
- bundled with a matching controller a pink VMU, Sakura Kinematron Hanagumi Mail game and Sakura Taisen 3 demo.


Sega Dreamcast: Sports Pack

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- Console released in North America
- Black Colored console with “SEGA Sports” printed on it
- It came bundled with a matching controller, NFL2K and NBA2K games and PlusWeb


Sega Dreamcast: Tsutaya Rental System Pak

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-White Colored console with a Tsutaya print on it
- Sega's Dreamcast sales were declining, so in a last ditch effort to raise popularity with the Dreamcast console they made an arrangement with some other  Department stores to rent out Dreamcast units


Sega Dreamcast: Rental Kit System Pak

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-White Colored console with Japanese text on it.
- Sega's Dreamcast sales were declining, so in a last ditch effort to raise popularity with the Dreamcast console they made an arrangement with some other  Department stores to rent out Dreamcast units


Sega Dreamcast: Trail Game Rental System Pak

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-White Colored console with Japanese text on it.
- Sega's Dreamcast sales were declining, so in a last ditch effort to raise popularity with the Dreamcast console they made an arrangement with some other  Department stores to rent out Dreamcast units


Sega Dreamcast: CODE: Veronica

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear/Red Colored console
- 1800 made
- System was bundled with a matching controller and grey VMU, Resident Evil: Code Veronica game and BioHazard merchandise


Very limited Edition / Prizes / Giveaways :


Sega Dreamcast: Super Black

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- Console released in Japan
- Black Colored console
- 100 on the first batch, later they continued til 1000 where made
- Lottery prize on Dreamcast DIRECT


Sega Dreamcast: Seaman Xmas Package

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- Console released in Japan
- Red Colored console
- 850 made
- It came packaged in a red box and bundled with matching red controller and red VMU, Seaman game, Dream Passport 2


Sega Dreamcast: Seaman

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear Colored console with Seaman printed on it
- 500 made
- Sold only in HMV Stores.
- Bundled with a matching controller, Seaman game and a Dream Passport CD


Sega Dreamcast: Maziora Edition

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- Console released in Japan
- Green/Purple Colored console
- 500 made (around 200 signed)
- You could purchase this Dreamcast online or  the second was by winning it at a racing event and it had Tadahiko Taira’s, a driver from Taira Racing, whose team was being sponsored by Maziora at the time, signature on the system’s lid


Sega Dreamcast: CODE: Veronica

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear/Blue Colored console with "S.T.A.R.S. printed on it)
- 200 made
- System was bundled with a matching controller and grey VMU, Resident Evil: Code Veronica game and BioHazard merchandise


Sega Dreamcast: Colour Editions: Metallic Silver

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- Console released in Japan
- Silver/Black Colored console
- 200 made
- Sold through Dreamcast DIRECT
Packaged in the second Japanese white box with a colour themed special version sticker on the right top corner, and bundled with a matching controller


Sega Dreamcast: Colour Editions: Pearl Blue

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- Console released in Japan
- Blue/White Colored console
- 200 made
- Sold through Dreamcast DIRECT
- Packaged in the second Japanese white box with a colour themed special version sticker on the right top corner, and bundled with a matching controller


Sega Dreamcast: Colour Editions: Pearl Pink

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- Console released in Japan
- Pink/White Colored console
- 200 made
- Sold through Dreamcast DIRECT
- Packaged in the second Japanese white box with a colour themed special version sticker on the right top corner, and bundled with a matching controller


Sega Dreamcast: Toyota

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-White Colored console with a Toyota logo printed on it
- Given to the Toyota dealerships to promote the console
- according to research, around 160 Dreamcasts where given away.


Sega Dreamcast: RX-78

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- Console released in Japan
-Blue Colored console with red buttons
- 78 Made
- This model was produced for the third anniversary of the console and only sold through D-Direct (online)


Sega Dreamcast: K-Office

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-white Colored console with the K-Office logo printed on it
- Not much info known, high likely an competition within the company. Signed by one of the CEO of K-office


Sega Dreamcast: Lawson Station

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-white Colored console with the Lawson Station printed on the system and controller
- Given away by Lawson, not much info known


Sega Dreamcast: GCSK Kenpo

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-white Colored console with a ' CSK Keno'  sticker on it
- Something to do with a campaign for CSK Health Insurance in Japan. The release also contained a DreamEye camera peripheral


Sega Dreamcast: Milka

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- Consoles released in Europe
- Off-white console with the Milka logo on it
- 10 made
- You could win this console by playing in a tournament of Sega Extreme Sports which was held 6 months before the game it's release
- Sega did this provided in corporation with Milka
- The prize was a four-day trip with 4 people in Zell am See, including a meeting with the ski jumper Martin Schmitt who was sponsored by Milka as well


Sega Dreamcast: Coca Cola

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- Console released in Japan
-  Off-White Colored console with the Coca Cola logo on it
- Not much info known, rumor has it that it was a contest/promo action when you could save up by collecting point in the Sonic Golf C Mode Cup when Coca Cola was partnered with SEGA.
- From that point-collecting it was also possible to get ringtones/drinks/wallpapers/etc for your phone


Sega Dreamcast: Cosmoyakuhin

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- Console released in Japan
- Off-White console with japanese text on it
- not much known, high likely a lottery from Cosmo Yakuhin aka Cosmos Chemicals


Sega Dreamcast: Game-planeT Edition

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- Console released in Europe
- Off-White console with Infogramers on it and Game-Planet Ed
- not much known, high likely a lottery


Sega Dreamcast: Limb Biscuit

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- Console released in North America

- Around 25 made
- Off-White console with the signature of Fred Durst on it
- Able to win in there late 2000 concerts,

- More info here


Sega Dreamcast: Sonic 10th anniversary

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- Console released in Europe
- Blue Colored console with sonic on it and “Sonic the Hedgehog 10th Anniversary”  on it.
- This model was produced to celebrate Sonic’s 10th anniversary and given to internal employees
- Not known how many made but some where signed by  Yuji Naka


Sega Dreamcast: Sonic 10th anniversary

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear/Blue Colored console with Sonic on it
- Not much info known, rumor has it that it was just a custom that someone made


Sega Dreamcast: Top Airbrush

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- Console released in Europe
- 9 different models each a different print
- 5 to 25 made for each model
-There were nine models of these with an upper casing commissioned by Sega of Germany by Top-Airbrush’s artist T. Rachu. They were used for showcasing or given away as prizes in contest and there are just a handful of each. The variations are: Chu Chu Rocket!, Ferrari F355 Challenge, gold coating with “Simply the best” on it, Jet Set Radio, Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour, Resident Evil: CODE: Veronica, Quake III Arena, Shenmue and Virtua Tennis.


Sega Dreamcast: Gold

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- Console released in Japan
- Golden Colored console
- 5 made (rumored)
- This model was given away in a Pro Yakyuu Team De Asobou Net contest


Sega Dreamcast: Swatch

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- Console released in Japan
- Clear/Blue Colored console with watch engraved
- 1 known
- Swatch Access was a joint venture between Swatch & Sega in 2000 to enable Dreamcast uses to book cinema tickets and such on line via there watch and DC. This was a demonstration unit