New Sega Dreamcast Indie FPS 'SLaVE' Gameplay Footage Released

SLaVEThe Sega Dreamcast truly is a console that refuses to lay down and die - and why should it? Sega's final hardware release had a criminally short natural lifespan and was only two years old when the Japanese company decided to pull the plug.

Since those fateful days in 2001, there have been a multitude of independently-developed games released for the 128-bit system, with a wide variety of genres represented. In September 2014, Goat Store and Isotope announced a new addition to this library - SLaVE - a title described on the official website as a mashup of Doom and Robotron.

Until now, eager Dreamcast owners have had to make do with a few promotional shots and concept images of how SLaVE will actually look, but a newly-released trailer from the game's principal programmer Jay Townsend shows in-game footage and gives a much better feel for how the game will play:

SLaVE (Sega Dreamcast Homebrew) Gameplay Trailer

SLaVE is slated for release in April 2015 and will be limited to 400 copies, each of which comes with a special ediion promotional poster.

Link: Pre-Order SLaVE for Sega Dreamcast


Last Updated ( 12 November 2014 )  

Tom Charnock

A true connoisseur of failed and obscure console hardware, if Tom isn't extolling the virtues of the Jaguar CD's texture smoothing abilities or the Dreamcast's vast array of useless peripherals he's usually on Twitter asking where all the Super A'Can games are.

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