Dreamcast Jump Pack

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Fast facts on the Dreamcast Jump Pack
Manufacturer: Sega
Made for: Sega Dreamcast
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
¥1,800 HKT-8600
Sega Dreamcast
$? MK-50154
Sega Dreamcast
£19.99[2] MK-55154-50
Sega Dreamcast
?F MK-55154-50
Sega Dreamcast
DM 49,95[3] MK-55154-50
Sega Dreamcast
?Ptas MK-55154-50

The Dreamcast Jump Pack (referred to as the Vibration Pack in Europe and the Puru Puru Pack (ぷるぷるパック) in Japan) is a insertable accessory for the Dreamcast controller's expansion ports. When placed in the controller, it allow compatible games to give force feedback to the controller, a concept pioneered by Nintendo with the Nintendo 64.

The Jump Pack is similar in appearance to a VMU, though has no screen, buttons or memory capabilities. The accessory is bulkier at the back, meaning the preferred position is to place it in the second second expansion slot (some third party alternatives are built in such a way where this is not necessary). Because the Jump Pack is removable, it can be placed in a number of other Dreamcast controllers - for example, in theory it could be placed inside the Dreamcast Light Gun giving the controller a more realistic feel when firing.

Dreamcast was the last console to have a removable vibration pack. All future consoles have had the technology built in to the controller.


Physical scans

Retail Packaging

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
60 №216, p68[2]
Sega Dreamcast
Based on
1 review

Dreamcast, US
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Dreamcast, EU
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Vibration Pack DC EU Manual.pdf
Dreamcast, JP
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Puru Puru Pack DC JP Manual.pdf

Shipping Boxes

Dreamcast, EU
Vibration Pack Shipping Box DC EU Back.jpg
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