Brian, from The Saturn Junkyard and The Dreamcast Junkyard, is back on The SEGA Lounge to share his thoughts on Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball, by AM2. Definitely a summer game! How well did Pai Chan and Sarah Bryant (yes, those two) fare in this sandy sport? Listen to find out.
What do you get when you ask James and Matt of Shenmue Dojo to ask about their favorite summer game? An episode about Shenmue, of course! Listen in to find out all the reasons why Yu Suzuki's classic is perfect for any season.
On the first episode of our bonus Summer Series 2021, Dan "The Mega" Driver, of SEGAGUYS, tells us why he thinks Sonic R is the perfect SEGA summer game.
The SEGA Lounge will be back in September with more new episodes, guests, challenges and some surprises to fill your week with all the SEGA goodness you need. However, while I take a well-earned summer break, you're getting a bonus series of short episodes dedicated to the best SEGA summer games, as picked by our friends in the SEGA community. From Beach Spikers to Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and even Shenmue, if you need advice on which games to play this summer, we've got you covered. The SEGA Lounge Summer Series: new episodes available on thesegalounge.com and your podcast service of choice every Friday from July 16th.
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World is a remake of the 1994 Mega Drive game Monster World IV. It's available for both PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. Listen along as KC shares his thoughts on the game.
Season 6 of The SEGA Lounge premieres on Thursday, 11th of February, at 8pm GMT on RadioSEGA and will be available everywhere from Friday at midnight GMT. More info at thesegalounge.com. Send your suggestions to email@example.com.
Listen to KC's thoughts on Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the latest entry in the popular Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio series in this long overdue review of the game.
This week, we're going back in time to May 2018 and re-airing an interview with Michael Corker, former editor of Sonic the Comic Online. The comic was celebrating 25 years of existence at the time and Michael went on RadioSEGA's The Manic Monday Show to talk about the original physical comic, the online version that came after it, and more.
It's time to go into the vault and bring out another not-so-new chat. Back in April 2018, I had the chance to talk to Scott Strichart, localization producer of the Yakuza series. At the time, I divided the interview into two parts, with one of them airing in April, close to the release of Yakuza 6, and the second one airing in May. The latter focused more on Yakuza Kiwami 2, which would be released later that year. The two parts of the interview were compiled into one and now you get the chance to either listen to it for the first time or, if you're a RadioSEGA listener, relive it.
This week I'm bringing back an interview first aired on RadioSEGA's The Manic Monday Show on the 26th of February 2018. The person I interviewed is Steve, aka OSC. He is a long time collaborator of mine doing music for RadioSEGA shows as well as being the director of one of the station's remix albums. He was also kind enough to do the amazing remix that serves as the theme song for the current season of The SEGA Lounge and to allow me to use some bits of his works throughout different parts of the episodes.
This week, we have a legendary vgm composer, the marvelous Matt Furniss, known for many iconic game soundtracks, including The Terminator, Alien 3, The Lost Vikings and many more on SEGA systems. Enjoy the interview and come back next week for another bite-sized chat.
As part of our #SOR4DAY celebrations, take a listen to KC's review of his time spent with Dotemu, Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games' Streets of Rage 4, a sequel 26 years in the making.