Sega has announced that sales of its new Dreamcast video gaming console have topped 500,000 units in just two weeks.
The company says it has sold 514,000 units of the new Dreamcast, the first Internet-ready video gaming console with a built in modem, since it was launched on September 9.
Sega said the figures surpass its own projections of 400,000 in the first month of sales.
The numbers also eclipse the initial sales of the first Sony PlayStation when it was launched in 1995, Sega said.
The PlayStation, which reached the half million mark in four months, is now the dominant video gaming console, followed by number two Nintendo.
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