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| Sega Dreamcast Goes Platinum
> Sega of America announced that its Uberconsole, the Dreamcast, has now exceeded one million units sold in America. This is yet another record for Dreamcast as it launched just about two and a half months ago. For comparison, the exalted PSX launch of 1995 took eighteen months to reach the same mark. With the busiest shopping period of the year to begin this Friday, Sega is looking to crush their initial expectations for the Uberconsole this year.
> Sega of America announced (last week) that sales of the Dreamcast have topped 514,000 units (USA). This clearly makes Dreamcast the most successful video game console launch in history. For perspective, the Playstation took four months to reach 500,000 units sold, while the N64 needed two months to do it.
09.19.1999 | Sega Dreamcast Juggernaut
> Sega announced that the Dreamcast has surpassed the N64's record for total units sold in the first four days of availability. The new record is 372,000 Sega Dreamcast systems in just four days, which brings the total revenue to $132,712,000. By the way, Nintendo 64 took six days to hit 350,000 units when it launched in 1996. Another impressive number is the fact that ubersoftware is selling 3 games to each system!
> Sega's internet-ready Uberconsole, the Dreamcast, flew off the shelves of over 15,000 retail stores in America on 9-9-1999 to set the record for the highest grossing sales day in entertainment history. Weighing in at an amazing $97,904,618.09, the Sega Dreamcast outsold the former record holder (Star Wars: Episode I) by nearly $70 million! Along with an unprecedented 18 launch titles (most of which are above average quality), numerous peripherals and strategy guides, the Sega Dreamcast has made an impact that no other console could compare to.