Dreamcast Games That Are Still Online In 2024 - What Dreamcast Games Are Still Online?

Wondering what Dreamcast games can still be played online?

Well thanks to the hard work of dedicated Dreamcast fans, the answer to that question is almost all of them! There are currently over 20 games that support online multi-player, and more are surely on their way to having their online play restored.

Want to join in on the fun? Here's the full list of every Dreamcast game that is currently playable online today:

Alien Front Online

Alien Front Online Dreamcast cover art

Alien Front Online is an arcade tank combat game featuring support for online voice chat by Sega. Pure arcade fun, if you have a Dreamcast and haven't played this game's online multiplayer yet, you owe it to yourself to give it a shot!

Quake III Arena

Quake III Arena Dreamcast cover art

One of the most popular online shooters of all time, the Dreamcast version of id Software's Quake III Arena is still offering first-person multiplayer mayhem over the internet after all these years.

Phantasy Star Online

Phantasy Star Online Dreamcast cover art

Phantasy Star Online was the very first online console RPG, and the fan community for this timeless Sonic Team classic is still going strong to this day.

Chu Chu Rocket

Chu Chu Rocket Dreamcast cover art

The first Dreamcast game to feature online multiplayer outside of Japan, Sonic Team's charming classic puzzler is still online for those of you who want to party like it's 1999.

Daytona USA 2001

Daytona USA 2001 Sega Dreamcast Japanese cover art

Daytona USA 2001 was a full-on remake of the classic Sega arcade racing game Daytona USA, featuring updated graphics, new courses, and online racing. The game was just brought back online by fans in 2023, so if you're looking for some awesome arcade-style online racing on the Dreamcast, here you go. ROLLING START!!

Ooga Booga

Ooga Booga Dreamcast cover art
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Visual Concepts' hectic tropical themed beat-em-up party game Ooga Booga is a bit of a forgotten gem, but if you have a Dreamcast there's no excuse not to jump online for some boar polo.


Starlancer Dreamcast cover art

Starlancer brings space combat to the Dreamcast featuring free-roaming 3D dogfighting online with a variety of fun game modes.

4X4 Evolution

4X4 Evolution Dreamcast cover art

Race some big old 4x4 trucks and SUVs with your friends online through a variety of off-road courses with varying terrain.

Worms World Party

Worms World Party Dreamcast cover art

Worms World Party offers the classic Worms gameplay and humor you know and love and takes it up to 11 with epic online multiplayer battles.

Maximum Pool

Maximum Pool Dreamcast cover art

Fancy a game of online billiards? Maximum Pool offers Dreamcast pool sharks a great online multiplayer experience.

The Next Tetris

The Next Tetris Dreamcast cover art

It's Tetris. Online. For the Dreamcast. What else do you need to know?

POD SpeedZone

POD Speedzone Dreamcast cover art

Fans of futuristic racing games craving some online multiplayer action on the Dreamcast need look no further than POD Speedzone.

F355 Challenge

Yu Suzuki's hardcore arcade racing simulation game F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa lets you challenge other Dreamcast gearheads online for the best track times. The game was brought back online by fans in 2023. 

NFL 2K1 & NFL 2K2

NFL 2K1 Dreamcast cover art

Some of the most popular and fondly remembered sports games of all time, Visual Concepts' NFL 2K1 and NFL 2K2 have been recently brought back online by fans.

NBA 2K1 & NBA 2K2

NBA 2K1 Dreamcast cover art

Sega's iconic NBA 2K series has also seen its online multiplayer restored by the community, so you can dunk on your friends as Redman over the internet once again.

NCAA College Football 2K2

NCAA College Football 2K2 Dreamcast cover art

The only college sports title on the console, Sega's NCAA 2k2 is now playable online so you can relive your old college rivalries once again on your Dreamcast.

World Series Baseball 2K2

World Series Baseball 2K2 Dreamcast cover art

If you're a fan of America's favorite pastime (and who isn't), Sega's World Series Baseball 2k2 is a great way to get a game in with your friends without ever having to leave the couch.

Toy Racer

Toy Racer Dreamcast cover art
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Toy Commander's online counterpart, Toy Racer brings everybody's favorite toy combat game online with some awesome multiplayer racing.

Planet Ring

Planet Ring Dreamcast cover art

Sega's European-exclusive Planet Ring is an innovative online party game geared towards casual players. This was actually the very first console game (outside of Japan at least) to feature real-time voice chat.

Monaco Grand Prix 2 Online

Monaco Grand Prix 2 cover art

If you're looking for some online simulation racing on your Dreamcast, Monaco Grand Prix 2 Online is where it's at.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX Sega Dreamcast screenshot

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX is a mech-based combat game with plenty of shooting and melee action. It was only released in Japan but fans have brought it back online for western players to experience!

Driving Strikers

Driving Strikers Dreamcast cover art

Driving Strikers is a brand new indie Dreamcast game released in 2023 by Wave Game Studios that's all about the online multiplayer. It's basically Rocket League shrunk down to fit on Sega's 1998 hardware, and it's awesome!


Classicube Sega Dreamcast

Minecraft is now on Sega Dreamcast with online play in this open source clone called ClassiCube! It's still unfinished, but this work-in-progress Dreamcast port already features working online multiplayer.

Dee Dee Planet

Dee Dee Planet Sega Dreamcast screenshot

Dee Dee Planet is a previously unreleased cancelled Dreamcast game that was discovered and released online by fans, who have managed to restore its online functions as well. It's a spiritual successor to Chu Chu Rocket, running on the same servers as that game. It plays somewhat similarly to games like Worms or Scorched Earth - it's a fun little game that supports 4-player online multiplayer!

PBA Tour Bowling 2001

PGA Tour Bowling 2001 Dreamcast

PBA Tour Bowling 2001 is a cancelled Dreamcast game that has been released online and its online multiplayer has been restored by members of the community, so if you're looking for some online bowling on Sega's little white box, here it is!


Doom Dreamcast cover art

Doom has been ported by fans to pretty much every single electronic device ever released, and it's on the Dreamcast as well with full online multiplayer support!

Internet Game Pack

Internet Game Pack Sega Dreamcast title screen

This unreleased internet parlor game by Visual Concepts was discovered on a Dreamcast dev kit and leaked to the public in 2019. It didn't take long for the community to restore its online functions and you can now play classic games like poker, go, chess, reversi, dominoes, and spades online with your friends through your Dreamcast!

10 Games That Should Have Been Released For Sega 32X

Sega's ill-fated add-on, the 32X, was discontinued and forgotten almost as soon as it hit the market. While the console's library of about 40 games is fairly underwhelming, there was potential for something much greater and it's sad that Sega didn't provide the system better support as it could have been a great buy for someone interested in the new-at-the-time 3D gaming that couldn't afford the pricier next generation consoles. Here are 10 games that totally should have been on the 32X back in the day.

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark PC box art
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Alone in the Dark would have been an excellent launch game for the 32X. Being a groundbreaking and popular title on the PC with 3D graphics that still looked good at the time, it's hard to believe Sega didn't end up making this happen. They needed mature games that did new and interesting things to appeal to the older market that they were targeting, and being the original survival horror game, there was nothing like Alone in the Dark on previous consoles.

Ultima Underworld

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss PC box art
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Here's another groundbreaking PC game that would have been a great get for the 32X. Imagine, in 1994, how amazing a first-person 3D open world RPG would have been on a console. And this game came out before Doom! It was absolutely incredible back then and would have been a major selling point for Sega.

Doom 2

Doom II PC box art
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Considering Sega already had the engine for this game ported to the 32X when they brought the original Doom over, it's mind-boggling that we never saw the sequel on the system. There's really no excuse for Sega to have not released Doom 2 for the 32X.

Daytona USA

Daytona USA PC cover art

Daytona USA was one of video gaming's biggest hits back in the day, and releasing a version of it on the 32X would have been a great way for Sega to get the game in the living rooms of people who couldn't afford an expensive Sega Saturn. It could have been a fairly easy port as well, as Sega could have simply used the 3D engine from the port of Virtua Racing to make a fairly reasonable version of the game for the 32X.

Resident Evil

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Had the 32x been more successful at retail, a port of Resident Evil would have been an excellent addition to the system's library and likely would have helped sell more consoles. Being a game that only has a couple of 3D models moving around a 2D background, this game would have been right in the 32X's wheelhouse and a decent port definitely could have been made. Sure, we would probably lose the awesome FMV and maybe some of the amazing voice acting, but other than that it would have been great to have Resident Evil running on a souped-up Sega Genesis.

Tomb Raider

Another early 32-bit hit that would have been great to see on the 32X, Tomb Raider was one of the most iconic games of the era and would have been a system-seller for Sega's budget-priced add-on. Sure, it would have likely been the worst version of the game, but it could have been done, and Sega missed out on not getting this game on their system.


Bug! Sega Saturn cover art
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The 32X definitely could have used some more platforming games, and, being a fairly simple (but charming) game, Bug! would have been an easy one to bring over from the Saturn. Bug was an appealing character and would have fit right in with the Genesis' audience, and it's a shame he never got more exposure from appearing on other systems besides the Saturn back in the day. Maybe this series would still be going today if that had been the case.

Clockwork Knight

Clockwork Knight Sega Saturn cover art
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Here's another early Saturn game that would have been great to have on the 32X and should have been fairly easy to port. It features the same kind of 2D platforming action that was commonplace on the Sega Genesis, but with cool 3D graphics and effects that the 32X could have handled well. And, like Bug!, Clockwork Knight as a game and series would have benefited from being available to a larger audience than what it had as a Sega Saturn exclusive.

Rise of the Triad

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First-person shooters were a big deal back in the mid-90's, and Rise of the Triad was even more over-the-top than games like Doom and Duke Nukem. Running on a modified version of the Wolfenstein 3D engine, the 32X surely could have run the game perfectly fine, and it would have been a great title to showcase what the 32X could do and help the system appeal to a more adult audience.

Alien Trilogy

Alien Trilogy Playstation cover art
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Alien was a huge franchise back in the mid '90's, and Alien Trilogy was a popular early 32-bit game on the PlayStation and Saturn. Considering the 32X shares the same CPU set-up as the Saturn, a port of that version of the game should have been relatively feasible, and it would have likely found a receptive audience had it been released.

So, there's 10 games that probably should have been on the 32X. This is by no means a definitive list, as there are plenty more games that we didn't mention that would have been perfect fits for the system. Are there any games not listed here that you would have wanted to see available back in the day? Drop a comment about it below!

Sega Genesis Mini Complete Game List For North America

More news on the Sega Genesis Mini! We have a list of all 40 games that will be appearing on the system when the device launches worldwide on September 19, 2019 for $79.99.

Sega has announced all of the 40 games that will be included with the console, including 2 extra bonus games, for a total of 42 games! Here's the full list for the North American release:

Sega Genesis Mini Games List

  • Ecco the Dolphin
  • Castlevania: Bloodlines
  • Space Harrier 2
  • Shining Force
  • Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
  • Toe Jam & Earl
  • Comix Zone
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Altered Beast
  • Gunstar Heroes
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  • Earthworm Jim
  • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse
  • World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
  • Thunder Force III
  • Super Fantasy Zone
  • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
  • Streets of Rage 2
  • Contra Hard Corps
  • Landstalker
  • Mega Man: The Wily Wars
  • Street Fighter II: Special Champion Edition
  • Sonic Spinball
  • Phantasy Star IV
  • Beyond Oasis
  • Ghouls 'N Ghosts
  • Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
  • Golden Axe
  • Vectorman
  • Wonder Boy in Monster World
  • Virtua Fighter 2
  • Alisia Dragoon
  • Monster World IV
  • Kid Chameleon
  • Road Rash II
  • Eternal Champions
  • Columns
  • Dynamite Headdy
  • Strider
  • Light Crusader
  • Tetris
  • Darius 
The bonus games Tetris and Darius will be brand new ports created specifically for the Sega Genesis Mini, with Darius being developed by fan favorites M2!

Sega Mega Drive Mini Complete Game List For Europe

We've got the list of games that will be included for the European release of the Sega Mega Drive Mini! All of the titles that will be included with the console have been announced, and we have the complete list.

Without further ado, here's the full list of games that will come bundled when the European Mega Drive Mini hits store shelves worldwide on September 19, 2019:

Sega Mega Drive Mini Complete Game List For Europe

  • Ecco The Dolphin
  • Castlevania The New Generation
  • Space Harrier 2
  • Shining Force
  • Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
  • ToeJam & Earl
  • Comix Zone
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Altered Beast
  • Gunstar Heroes
  • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse
  • World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
  • Thunder Force III
  • Super Fantasy Zone
  • Shinobi 3 Return of the Ninja Master
  • Streets of Rage II
  • Earthworm Jim
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  • Probotector
  • Landstalker The Treasures of King Nole
  • The Story of Thor
  • Ghouls'N Ghosts
  • Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
  • Golden Axe
  • Phantasy Star IV
  • Street Fighter II Special Champion Edition
  • Mega Man The Wily Wars
  • Sonic Spinball
  • Vectorman
  • Wonder Boy in Monster World
  • Virtua Fighter 2
  • Alisia Dragoon
  • Monster World IV
  • Kid Chameleon
  • Road Rash II
  • Eternal Champions
  • Columns
  • Dynamite Headdy
  • Strider
  • Light Crusader
  • Tetris
  • Darius

Instead of the originally announced 40 games, the Mega Drive Mini will include new versions of Tetris and Darius as bonus games, bumping the number of included titles to 42!