|Fast facts on Revista Oficial Dreamcast|
|Publisher: Hobby Press S.A.|
|Country of origin: Spain|
|Backed systems: Sega Dreamcast|
|First issue date: January 2000|
|Last issue date: July 2001|
|Number of issues: 19 (+4 "supplements")|
|Price: 975 ptas/ €5.86, 995 ptas/ €5.98|
Revista Oficial Dreamcast (in English, Official Dreamcast Magazine), is a Spanish magazine printed by Hobby Press S.A., better known as the company behind the Spanish magazine Hobby Consolas. The magazine was launched with two supplements appearing in Hobby Consolas in October and November 1999 and one in Micromanía, another Hobby Press magazine, in October 1999.
The magazine itself launched on December 20, 1999, serving as the distributor of DreamOn discs for Spain. It was cancelled when Sega stopped producing said discs and Hobby Press alleged those were what ensured the profitability of the magazine. At the end of the magazine's run, a final supplement was included in the August 2001 issue of Hobby Consolas.