Redspotgames plans for new games on the Sega Dreamcast

European game publisher Redspotgames may be the Sega Dreamcast’s final champion. After releasing several titles on the now-defunct console over the past few years, the company apparently has plans to bring even more games to the Dreamcast, according to gaming site Joystiq.

Redspotgames marketing and sales director Adrian Loudero spoke to Joystiq at the Gamescom conference this week: “We have seen some stuff on the PC, and we [are] talking to the companies to see if they will agree to release on the Dreamcast. We also have plans for 2011, maybe a new release, but this is really all I can say right now.”

The company only sells a few thousand copies of its Dreamcast releases, according to Loudero. Since it can’t rely entirely on Dreamcast aficionados alone for its business, it has recently started developing WiiWare and Xbox Live Arcade titles. Its recent games include the 2D racing game Rush Rally Racing, and the classic shooter Last Hope.

Similar to the release of Halo 2600 for the Atari 2600 — an adaptation of Microsoft’s insanely popular first-person shooter series for the classic console — Redspotgames caters to enthusiasts who adore the Dreamcast, even though it was discontinued in 2002. The console will live on in other ways as well: Sega recently announced that it would publish classic Dreamcast games on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 via¬† Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network.

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  1. [...] shifted to just producing games for other hardware companies like Nintendo. But there are still vibrant communities that adore the Dreamcast, and many games were so popular that Sega began porting them to the Xbox Live Arcade. That means [...]

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