Dreamcast Sega Rally 2 Drifting

Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels, while maintaining control from entry to exit of a corner.

Sega Rally 2 (セガラリー2) is an arcade racing game developed by Sega AM5 for the Model 3 arcade hardware. It is the sequel to 1994’s Sega Rally Championship. Sega Rally 2 was first released in arcades in February 1998, and was later ported by Smilebit to the Sega Dreamcast, becoming one of the console’s earliest titles when it was released in Japan on January 28, 1999.

The Dreamcast (ドリームキャスト Dorīmukyasuto) is a video game console that was released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and later in 1999 in other territories.

Sega Corporation (株式会社セガ Kabushiki gaisha Sega) is a Japanese multinational video game developer, publisher and hardware development company headquartered in Japan, with various offices around the world. Sega’s roots can be traced back to a company based in Honolulu, Hawaii named Service Games, which began operations in 1940.

Dramatic Sony Cat

BRAVIA is an in-house brand owned by Sony which produces high-definition LCD televisions, projection TVs and front projectors, home cinemas and the “BRAVIA Home Theatre” range for its parent company Sony KK. The name is an acronym of “Best Resolution Audio Visual Integrated Architecture”.

[Dramatic Cat] is a popular Internet comedy viral video, [based on the earlier Dramatic Chipmunk]. The audio used in Dramatic Chipmunk is taken from the score of the 1974 Mel Brooks film Young Frankenstein, which was composed by two-time Oscar nominee (and longtime Brooks collaborator) John Morris, and orchestrated by Morris and EGOT recipient Jonathan Tunick.

Nintendo Color TV Game 15

Color TV Game (カラー テレビゲーム Karā Terebi Gēmu) is a series of home dedicated consoles created by Nintendo. There were five different consoles in the series, all developed and released in Japan. In 1978, Nintendo released the Color TV Game 15 (カラーテレビゲーム15 Karā Terebi Gēmu Jū Go).

Pong (marketed as PONG) is one of the earliest arcade video games; it is a tennis sports game featuring simple two-dimensional graphics. Many of the companies that produced their own versions of Pong eventually became well-known within the industry. Nintendo entered the video game market with clones of Home Pong.

Nintendo began to produce its own hardware in 1977, with the Color TV Game home video game consoles. Four versions of these consoles were produced, each including variations of a single game (for example, Color TV Game 6 featured six versions of Light Tennis).