Sega Direct

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Sega Direct (Previously Dreamcast Direct) was an online and Japanese video game business. It was primarily for the Dreamcast system and was the last place gamers could buy a New Dreamcast system (Bundled with Radilgy and a Phone Card) in 2006.

The service was notable because it had Special (Often Limited) versions of existing games for sale, such as Super Street Fighter II X: Grand Master Challenge for Matching Service, Vampire Chronicles for Matching Service and De La Jet Set Radio.

The service was shut down on April 3, 2008.

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