Having read Andrew Dickinson’s fantastic Dreamcast: Year One earlier this year, I couldn’t be any more excited about Dreamcast: Year Two. The second volume’s crowdfunding campaign launched earlier this week and swiftly sailed past its initial funding goal, leaving the door way open for some nice little stretch goals.

Dreamcast: Year One was an absolutely essential read for anyone with the slightest interest in gaming or the games industry itself, even if you aren’t familiar with – or a fan of – Sega’s ill-fated but still highly regarded final console. The second book has been expanded in scope and is going to feature many more contributors, a greater overall page count and double the number of retrospectives – focusing on specific games – in comparison to the first volume. The lineup of games covered is incredibly exciting too – and just seeing what’s going to be covered is a fantastic reminder of why Sega’s console is still held in such high esteem by the gaming community.

You can check out and back Dreamcast: Year Two here. There’s still 25 days left of the campaign as of today, but with limited slots at some of the excellent higher tiers, you may want to get your pledge in sooner rather than later.

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