Sega Extreme Sports

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Sega Extreme Sports
Publisher: Sega, Infogrames (US)
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Peripherals supported: Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Sports

Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
¥5,800 HDR-0146
Sega Dreamcast
$29.99[1] T-15126N
Sega Dreamcast
£39.99[2] MK-51081-50
Sega Dreamcast
?F MK-51081-50
Sega Dreamcast
DM 99,-[3] MK-51081-50
Sega Dreamcast
?Ptas MK-51081-50

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Sega Extreme Sports (セガ エクストリーム スポーツ), known as Xtreme Sports in North America (and for a significant period of time during development, had no name at all), is a sports game for the Sega Dreamcast. It covers a number of extreme "sports" - bungee jumping, gliding, snowboarding and all-terrain vechicle racing. The Japanese and European versions are sponsored by 55DSL - a clothing brand.

The game would later be brought to the PC by Atari under the Xtreme Sports name.

Production credits

Sega Corporation
  • Director: Henning Rokling
  • Producer: Jack Kristoffersen
  • Lead Programmers: Henrik Holmdahl, Bjørn Stensrud
  • Programmers: Pål Holmberg, Jon Rocatis, Martin Gram, Stein Pedersen, Ole Marius Liabø, Johan Øverbye, Thomas Hagen
  • 3D Programming: Paul E. Endresen
  • Additional Programming: Anders Dybdahl
  • Lead Artist: Chester Lawrence Laquian
  • Additional Graphics: Mikael Noguchi
  • Animation: Rune Spaans, Joachim Barrum, Mikkel Grøsland
  • Level Designers: Jack Kristoffersen, Henning Strandvik
  • Funky Sound: Ninja Tune
  • Audio Director, Additional Music: Kim M. Jensen
  • Tailor: 55DSL
  • Casting Director and Voice Producer: Philip Morris - AllintheGame Ltd
  • Voice Actors: Brad Lavelle, Colin McFarlane, Jenniver Taylor, Christine Smith, Chris Lang
  • Special Thanks To...: John Kavanaugh, Bob at Deisel, Anne Schelvan, Lea Kristoffersen, Nima Neolene Rao, Siri Stavang, Ingrid Finkelsen, Morten Ofstad, Alastair at Ninja Tune, Norges Snowboard Forbund, Diesel Norway
  • Presented by Sega
  • ©Sega Corporation 2001
Source: In-game credits

Magazine articles

Main article: Sega Extreme Sports/Magazine articles.

Promotional material


ODCM US 10.pdfODCM US 10.pdf

Print advert in
Official Dreamcast Magazine (US) #10: "Holiday 2000" (2000-11-28)


Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
89 №105, p102-104[4]
50 №16, p74/75[2]
72 №, p34[5]
53 №2001-08, p38Media:Dorimaga_JP_20010907_2001-08.pdf[6]
50 №91, p116[7]
70 №665, p33
87 №101
50 №1, p44[8]
Sega Dreamcast
Based on
8 reviews

Dreamcast, US
SegaExtremeSports DC US Box Back.jpgSegaExtremeSports DC US Box Front.jpg
Xtreme Sports DC US Disc.jpg
Dreamcast, EU
SegaExtremeSports DC EU Box Back.jpgSegaExtremeSports DC EU Box Front.jpg
SegaExtremeSports DC EU Disc.jpg
Dreamcast, JP
SegaExtremeSports DC JP Box Back.jpgSegaExtremeSports DC JP Box Front.jpg
SegaExtremeSports DC JP Spine.jpg
SegaExtremeSports DC JP Disc.jpg

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast


  1. Press release: 2000-11-28: Infogrames, Inc. Sends Xtreme Sports(TM) for Sega(R) Dreamcast(TM) Gliding Into Stores This Week
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 File:DCUK 16.pdf, page 74
  3. File:SegaMagazin DE 84.pdf, page 20
  4. File:ConsolesPlus FR 105.pdf, page 102
  5. File:Dorimaga_20021011_JP.pdf, page 34
  6. File:Dorimaga_JP_20010907_2001-08.pdf, page 38
  7. File:Edge UK 091.pdf, page 116
  8. File:VideoGamer UK 01.pdf, page 44