Joining KC this week is Jörg Tittel, citizen of the world, former Official Dreamcast Magazine writer, massive SEGA fan and one of the minds behind "The Last Worker", an upcoming game which has just been announced a few days ago. Listen in for some interesting stories and a Dreamcast-centric musical challenge.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge! This is episode 146, aka episode 8 of the current season of the show. It's crazy, I know, but we've been back for two months now. Time continues to move at an alarmingly fast rate and it's now April... somehow.
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This week, it's a privilege for me to be joined by Jörg Tittel, former writer for the Official Dreamcast Magazine in the US as well as a massive SEGA fan and currently a game developer. Listen on as we talk about Jörg's experiences with games from a tender age and I react live to the teaser for his upcoming game The Last Worker, which hadn't been announced when we recorded the interview. But now it has. Time travels!
Follow Jörg on Twitter: https://twitter.com/newjorg
Check out Oiffy's website: http://oiffy.com/
Here's the teaser for The Last Worker: https://youtu.be/PBdvCdeoEUw
Official website: https://thelastworker.com/
Twitter account: https://twitter.com/thelastworker
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Former writer for the Official Dreamcast Magazine in the US, Jörg is the founder of Oiffy, a production company established in 2011, making film and television, theater, games and comic books. He is a director, a writer, a producer and one of the minds behind The Last Worker.