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The Dreamcast Diaspora refers to the video games published by Sega during the sixth generation on the PlayStation 2, the GameCube, or the Xbox which presumably would have been released on the Dreamcast if it had not been discontinued by Sega in 2002.
Due to Sega's financial difficulties following less-than expected sales of their previous console, the Saturn, the Dreamcast was discontinued much earlier than expected and Sega announced that they would begin developing games for their competitor's systems. This marked a drastic change in Sega's video game business since they had been developing games for their own hardware for twenty years.