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Limited edition consoles started appearing on the streets with the Nintendo 64 console and quickly spread to the Nintendo Gamecube and the rest is pretty much history with even current generation consoles experimenting with limited edition bundles and models. Well, back in 1999 Sega followed Nintendo’s lead and created a variety of interesting limited edition models for their Dreamcast line.
Sega introduced limited edition consoles around everything from Toyota branded Dreamcasts, used in car dealerships to consoles that more often were tied to certain big production games. Some of these included Dreamcasts centered around, Seaman, Hello Kitty and a couple limited edition Dreamcasts cashing in on what would be a huge hit for Sega, Resident Evil: Code Veronica or what was called Biohazard: Code Veronica in Japan. Sega created two limited edition Dreamcasts tied to this game, a more common see-through red Dreamcast bundle, called CLAIRE, that had a production run of 1,800 units and a much more limited release of the S.T.A.R.S. dark blue/purple bundle which had a production run of only 200 units. Each of these systems was bundled with a matching controller, a VMU, some Capcom swag and of course, the Code Veronica game.
Today, each of these systems is rare to come across and this week GameGavel is fortunate enough to have one of each of these limited edition Code Veronica Dreamcasts up for auction, both with a fair and reasonable hidden reserve. Now is your chance to own one of these beautiful limited edition Dreamcasts. Bid on or follow the these very special auctions below.
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