List of unreleased Dreamcast games

From Sega Retro

Title Publisher Developer Planned release date State before cancellation ROMs dumped?
10SIX Sega Segasoft Autumn 2000[1][2]
Agartha Sega No Cliché 2001[3]
Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings Konami Ensemble Studios 2000-12[4], 2001-01[5]
Air NiGHTS Sega Sega
Akolyte Ionos
Alex: Virus Composer Media Factory 2000-03[6], Autumn 2000[7]
Alexander: The Road to Percia Media Factory 2001[8]
Alien Breed: Conflict Team 17 Team 17 2000[9]
Alien: Resurrection Fox Interactive Argonaut Games 2001[11]
Amen: The Awakening Cavedog Entertainment
Animastar Puzzle Kure Miyuki Jimusho 2000-12[12]
Aqua Panic Sega Q1 2001[13], 2001-05[14]
Arcatera: The Dark Brotherhood Ubisoft Westka Entertainment Spring 2000[15], 2000-05[16], 2000-06[17], 2000-09[18], 2000-11[19][20], 2000-12[21], 2001[3]
Arena Football Midway Home Entertainment 2000-05[22]
Armada 2: Exodus Metro3D Metro3D 2000-08[17][23], 2000-09[2], 2000-12[24], 2001-01[4], 2001-02[25], 2001-03[13], 2001-05[26]
Austin Powers: Mojo Rally Rockstar Games Climax 2000-10[27][18][23], 2000-11[28], Q4 2000[29]
Baldur's Gate Sega BioWare, Sega Q4 1999[30], 2000-05
Battle Beaster 2 Studio Wonder Effect 2001[8]
Bikkuriman 2000 Kamereon Zantei no Inbou Sega Summer 2000[7], Winter 2000[31]
Black & White Sega Lionhead Studios
Sega Dreamcast
Krisalis Software
2000-09[32], 2000-10[33], Winter 2000[34], 2000-12[35], Spring 2001[36], Summer 2001[37]
Blood II: The Chosen Monolith Productions
Bloody Roar 2 1999
Boarder Zone Infogrames Housemarque 2000-02[38][39], 2000-10[2]
Braveknight Panther Software 1999[40], 2000[41], 2001[8]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fox Interactive[42] The Collective Autumn 2000[43], Late 2000[44], 2000-11[45], Early 2001[46], Q2 2001[47]
Castlevania Resurrection Konami Konami of America 2000-01[39], 2000-04 Early prototype dumped
Chakan AndNow 2001
Chen Wen no Sangokushi Game Arts
Chi Q no Tomodachi Nextech 2001-06[48], 2001-07[49]
Colin McRae Rally 2.0 Codemasters 2000-11[50]
Commandos 2 Eidos Interactive Pyro Studios 2001-03[13], 2001-04, 2001-05[47], 2001-06[51], 2001-09[52]
Conflict: Desert Storm SCi Games Pivotal Games
Crack 2 Jiiku
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Konami Traveller's Tales, Universal Interactive Studios Fall 2001
Crazy Car Championship Synaptic Soup
Croc 2 Fox Interactive Argonaut Software Q2 2000[53], Q3 2000[54]
Cut Away Classified Games Winter 2000[55]
Daikatana Ion Storm
Dark Angel: Vampire Apocalypse Metro3D Metro3D 2000-02[39], 2000-03[38], 2000-06[56], 2000-09[17][45], 2000-10[4][3], 2000-11[25], 2001-03[13], 2001-04[14], 2001-05[26]
Dark Eyes Nextech 1999
Decay Interplay Insomnia Software
Dee Dee Planet Sega Dori Dock, Tamsoft 1999-12[57], 2000-02-24[58], 2000-05-18[59], 2000-08-10[60], 2001-08
Deer Avenger 3 Simon & Schuster Interactive 2000-11[29], 2001-01[25]
Derby Owners Club Online
The Devil's Den Pagan Games
Digital Keiba Shinbun 2 Shouei System 2000-04[61]
Discworld Noir GT Interactive Software 1999
Dogs of War Silicon Dreams 2000-10[18][23]
Drakan Psygnosis Surreal Software
Drones NIGMA Software 1999, Spring 2000[62][63], Summer 2000, Winter 2000[33]
Duke Nukem Forever GT Interactive Software 3D Realms
Dynamite Robo Warabe Winter 1999[64]
Earthworm Jim 3D
Ecco II: Sentinels of the Universe Sega Appaloosa Interactive
Ephemeral Fantasia Konami Konami
ESPN Baseball Tonight Konami 2000-04[65], 2000-11[4]
ESPN Links Golf Konami 2000-11[4]
Experience
Far Nation Sega 2000, 2001
Felony Pursuit THQ Polygon Studio 1999-12, Spring 2000[66], mid-2000[67]
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas Swing! Entertainment, Conspiracy Entertainment Full Fat 2001-07-06[68], 2001-08-17[69]
Flying Heroes
Fortris Promethean Designs 2000-10[70]
Freelancer
Frontier Sega Turbine Studios 1999, 2000[71]
Future City Sega Europe Sega Europe
Galleon Interplay Mid-2000, Spring 2001[72]
Ganzo! Doubutsu Uranai + Renai Uranai Puzzle Culture Brain
Geist Force Sega Sega of America[73], Netter Digital (cinematics)[73] 1998-12-10[74], 1999-09-09 Prototype dumped
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado Ubisoft Light and Shadow Production 2000-11[75][20]
Gorkamorka Ripcord Games Realtime Associates 2000-10[29][23], 2000-11[3], 2001-03[13], 2001-05[47]
Gothic Piranha Bytes
Grand Prix 3 Hasbro Interactive 2001
The Grid Midway Games Midway Games 2001
Gunvalkyrie
Half-Life Sierra On-Line (US) , Havas Interactive (EU) PyroTechnix[76], Captivation Digital Laboratories[76][77], Gearbox Software[77] 2000-09[75][33], 2000-10[29], 2000-11-01[78], 2000-11-22[79], 2000-11-24[21], 2000-11-29[80], 2001-01[81][5], 2001-04[26], 2001-06-01[82], 2001-06-29[83] Late Prototype dumped
Halo Bungie Early
Hamster Monogatari DC Culture Brain
Harukaze Sentai V-Force 2 Ving
Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.² Gathering of Developers Ritual Entertainment 2000-12[84], 2001[3]
Hellgate Jester Interactive Summer 2001
Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy 2001-01[85]
Heroes of Might and Magic III Ubisoft New World Computing, The 3DO Company 2000-03[86], 2000-06[87][88], 2000-07[50], 2000-09[17], 2000-10[4], 2000-11[29][20], 2000-12[24][89], 2001-01-19[81], 2001-03[47], 2001-05, 2001-06[14][90], 2001-08[91]
Hiryu no Ken Retsuden Culture Brain Summer 1999[64]
Hostile Waters Interplay Rage Software Late 2000[92]
The House of the Dead III
Hoyle Casino 5
Hype: The Time Quest Ubisoft Ubisoft 2000-12[20], 2001-01[25], 2001-03[47]
If it Happens Fujicom 2001[8]
IHRA Drag Racing Bethesda Softworks Q4 2000[29], 2001-01[5], 2001-04[47]
Independence War 2: Edge of Chaos Infogrames Particle Systems Winter 2000[93], 2001[3]
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine LucasArts
Innocent Tears Global A Entertainment Kobi Autumn 2000[31], Spring 2001[94]
Internet Game Pack Sega Visual Concepts 2000-12[84], 2001-01[5] Late
Invictus: In the Shadow of Olympus
Iri-san Sega
Jahmong 2 Visit 2000[31]
Julian Fujicom 2000[95]
Jump Runner Glass Ghost 1999-12, Q2 2000[96]
K-1 Dream Xing Entertainment 2000-12[31][12]
La Femme Nikita Infogrames 2000
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2 Eidos Interactive Crystal Dynamics 2001-03[47][97], 2001-05[14]
Legend of the Blade Masters Ripcord Games Ronin Entertainment 2000-03[15], 2000-06[22], 2000-09[18][23], 2001-02[25], 2001-05[26]
Lien: Owaranai Kimi no Uta Rain Software Rain Software 2004
LiltherB Takuyo Summer 2001[98], 2002[99]
Little Dream Panther Software Panther Software 1999[64], 2000[95], 2001[8]
Manxx 2
Max Payne Take 2 Interactive Remedy Entertainment, 3D Realms 2000, Spring 2001[11]
MechWarrior 4: Vengeance
Messiah Interplay Shiny Entertainment 2000-10[18][20]
Metal Max: Wild Eyes ASCII 2000-12[12]
Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator Konami Microsoft
Sega Dreamcast
KCEA Honolulu
1999-12[100], 2000-01[39], 2000-06[56], 2001-01[24]
Microsoft Flight Simulator Konami
Microsoft Links LS Konami Microsoft 2001-01[5]
Midnight GT Rage Games Rage Games 2000-06[101]
Midtown Madness Konami
Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits Volume 3 Midway Home Entertainment 2000-11[4]
Millennium Racer: Y2K Fighters Creat Studio
Monster Breed NEC Interchannel (JP) , UFO Interactive (US) 1999[40], 2000-03[6], Summer 2000[7]
Monster Breeder Temmo 2000-11[4]
Monster o Tsukurou! Sega 2001[8]
The Mummy Konami Rebellion Developments, Universal Interactive Studios 2000-09[102], 2000-10[103][20], 2000-11[75], 2000-12[4], 2001-01[24], 2001-02[104], 2001-03[47], 2001-03-30[105]
Muppet Monster Adventure
Mystereet: Fukagyaku Sekai no Tantei Shinshi Abel Abel 2001[31]
Nascar Heat
The New Batman Adventures Ubi Soft Autumn 2000[106]
Nibelungen no Yubiwa Success 2000-04[107], 2000-07[7], 2000-09[108], Winter 2000[31], 2001
Nijiiro Tenshi Japan Corporation Japan Corporation Winter 1999[64]
Omikron 2: Nomad Soul Exodus Quantic Dream
Oni
Oozumou Bottom Up 1999-08[64]
Outcast Infogrames Appeal Spring 2000[109]
Over the Top Soccer Sega 2001-11[110]
Panic World Digital Eclipse
PBA Tour Bowling 2001 Bethesda Softworks Bethesda Softworks 2000-10[29][111], 2001-02[5], 2001-03[47], 2001-04[52]
Picassio Promethean Designs Q1 2001[112], Autumn 2001[113]
Planet of the Apes Fox Interactive Visiware Studios Q2 2000[53], 2000-11[116][117], 2001[3]
Polaris SnoCross Vatical Entertainment 2000-11[4], 2001-01[24]
Pro Shinan Mahjong "Tsuwamono" DX Culture Brain 1999[40], 2000[107]
Project Eden Core Design Core Design
Propeller Arena: Aviation Battle Championship Sega Sega-AM2 2001-08[52][91], 2001-10-04[118], 2001-11-09[119] Completed Prototype dumped and released, pressed GD-ROM undumped
Quake Titanium Studios
Quark Quantic Dreams 2001[3]
Quest of the Blade Masters Ripcord Games Ronin Entertainment 2000-11[4][117]
Rally Championship '99
Rally Masters Digital Illusions Mid-1999[120], 1999-02[121]
Redline Arena Beyond Games 200x
Renai Mahjong Melty School Culture Brain 2000[31]
Renegade Racers Interplay Promethean Designs 1999-12[38], 2000-02[122], 2000-05[123], 2000-08[23]
Ring Age Takuyo Takuyo Summer 2000[7], Autumn 2000[31], Summer 2001[98], 2002[99]
Roswell Conspiracies Red Storm Entertainment Climax 2000-10[124], 2000-11[29][28], 2001-03[13], 2001-05[47]
Rune
Sacrifice Interplay Shiny Entertainment
Saint Poppins Nextech Winter 2000[31]
Sanity: Aiken's Artifact Monolith Productions 2001[3]
Scud Race
SD Hiryuu no Ken Densetsu EX Culture Brain
Sea-Doo Hydrocross Vatical Entertainment Vicarious Visions
Seed
Sega GT 2002
Sentimental Graffiti: Saikai NEC Interchannel
Sentimental Prelude NEC Interchannel
Septerra Core
Severance: Blade of Darkness
Shenmue III
Shienryu 2 Warashi Winter 1999[64], 2000
Shrapnel: Urban Warfare 2025 Ripcord Games Zombie Studios 2000-10[18][20], 2000-11[29][125], 2001-02[25], 2001-03[47], 2001-04[14], 2001-05[26]
Sierra Sports Game Room Sierra On-Line Autumn 2000[126], 2001-01[13]
The Simpsons: Bug Squad! Red Lemon Studios Early Tech demo found
Sky Odyssey Activision Cross
Space Invaders Activision 2000-02[127][39], 2000-06[56]
SSX Electronic Arts EA Canada
Star Trek: New Worlds Runecraft, Virgin Interactive Binary Asylum 2000-01[39], 2000-03[127], 2000-10[18][20]
Star Wars: Episode I Obi-Wan LucasArts LucasArts
Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing LucasArts Lucas Learning Q4 2000[29], Q1 2001[128], Spring 2001[129]
Startopia Mucky Foot Productions
Streets of Rage 4 Sega Sega
Stunt Driver Climax 2001-01[130]
Sudden Strike
Summoner Interplay Volition
Supreme Snowboarding Infogrames Housemarque 1999-11[131], 2000[109]
SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle Sierra On-Line 2000-12[4], 2001-01[24]
System Shock 2 Vatical Entertainment Irrational Games, Looking Glass Studios, Marina Games 2000-11[132][29][75], 2001-01[24], 2001-03[47]
Take the Bullet Sega Red Lemon Studios Q4 1999[133], 2000-06[87], 2002[134]
Test Drive Cycles Infogrames Autumn 2000[135]
Test Drive Off-Road 3 Infogrames North America Infogrames North America 2000-06[136][137], 2000-08[18][23]
Thunderboats Perception
Time Crisis II Namco Namco 1999, 2000
Timeline Eidos Interactive Timeline Computer Entertainment
Title Defense Climax 2001-01[138]
ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth
Tonic Adventure
Tonic Trouble
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 Activision Neversoft
Top of the Formula Fujicom 2000-04[95], 2000-09[7]
Tower of Babel Sega Found, dumped
Toy Fighter
Tropico Gathering of Developers PopTop Software Q1 2001[139]
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil Acclaim Entertainment Iguana Entertainment 1999, 2000
Type X. Spiral Nightmare Sega Q4 2000[140]
UEFA 2001 Infogrames 2000
Ultimate Fighting Championship: Tapout Crave Entertainment 2001-08[91]
Unreal Epic Games 1999, 2000
V.I.P. Ubisoft Kalisto Entertainment 2000-11[141][142][4], 2001-03[24], 2001-09[91]
Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption Nihilistic Software
Varuna's Forces
Sega Saturn
JVC Musical Industries
Accent Media
Virtua Golf
Virtua Striker 2
Viva Soccer Interplay Crimson 2000-01[39], 2000-04[127], 2000-05[22], 2000-09[17][23]
VJ Monster Waka Manufacturing 1999-12[40]
Warzone 2100
Whiplash 2 Interplay 1999, 2000
Woody Woodpecker Racing Konami Syrox Developments 2000-12[147], 2001-04[14]
World's Scariest Police Chases: Deadly Pursuit Fox Interactive Teeny Weeny Games, Perfect Entertainment Q2 2000[53], 2000-11[148]
Worms Pinball Infogrames Team 17 2000-10[4][3], 2000-12[21]
Www.Soccer: Sankasya Bosyuutyuu Clean Flight Clean Flight 1999-12[40], 2000-06[107], 2000-07[7]
Wärrz Shoei System 1998, 1999

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