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The Blue Swirl: Why?Top

Tivola v. DreamcastThe familiar Dreamcast logo, an orange swirl, will make a color change when it hits Europe. Sega's official reason for changing the logo from orange to blue is that the color blue was found to be more appealing to western audiences. However, it is possible that there is another reason as Game-Online reports. A German multimedia company called Tivola has been using a similar orange swirl as their logo for years. Thus, the 'official' reason may be false, and the true reason is legal problems.

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Long out for the PSX, Street Fighter Zero 3 has been announced that it is coming to both the Saturn and the Dreamcast. Previously, it has been stated that no Saturn version was coming...but now it seems otherwise. The Saturn version will use the 4Meg cart, and both versions will have all of the features of the PSX version (except the Pocketstation feature).

The upcoming Dreamcast/Arcade game PowerStone will feature 3 hidden fighters that will be unlocked over time.

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