Flogian Bros. On-Disk DLC Unlocked After 17 Years

Flogian Bros. On-Disk DLC Unlocked After 17 Years

Dreamcast DLC. Wait, what?

JesseCecchetto by JesseCecchetto on Mar 18, 2017 @ 09:29 PM (Staff Bios)
Flogian Bros has finally unlocked its on-disk DLC, and it only took 17 years. I feel bad if anyone has actually been anticipating this content release, but also amazed at the same time if anyone actually had this amount of patience. Flogian Bros was a Sega Dreamcast game released back in 2001.

It was titled as "Episode 1" giving the impression that the game was part of something much larger. Although episode 2 never came out and probably won't ever come out, fans can take solace in the fact that 12 pieces of DLC have been unlocked for the game. Three of the developers behind Flogian Bros came together recently to delve back into the game and remove the security measure that had the DLC locked up, allowing fans to put the files onto the Dreamcast VMU and play the new content in the original state of the game.

If you're a fan of the Sega Dreamcast, you have a unique opportunity to play some new content on it. Hopefully, these three developers (Tim Meekins, Nick Jones, and John Elliot) have provided some fans with a nostalgic trip back in time.


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