Sega Direct Wikipedia
Sega Direct (Previously Dreamcast Direct) was an online and Japanese video game business. It was primarily for the Dreamcast system and was the last place gamers could buy a New Dreamcast system (Bundled with Radilgy and a Phone Card) in 2006.
The service was notable because it had Special (Often Limited) versions of existing games for sale, such as Super Street Fighter II X: Grand Master Challenge for Matching Service, Vampire Chronicles for Matching Service and De La Jet Set Radio.
The service was shut down on April 3, 2008.