Joining KC this week is industry legend David Warhol, developer in the early days of Intellivision and founder of Realtime Associates, responsible for many games released on SEGA systems, including Bug! and its sequel, Bug Too! Mr. Warhol tells us many stories of his career in video games and even how RTA was, at one point, supposed to develop a 3D Sonic game for the Saturn.
The game's been out for a bit so it's about time KC and friends take it to The Lounge to discuss their thoughts on Sonic Colo(u)rs Ultimate. Take a listen as Jay Egge Mann, of Sonic Cage Dome, and DrScottnik, of RadioSEGA, along with your host, share their reactions to the remastered version of the 2010 Wii classic.
Just in time for the release of Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, RadioSEGA's Viper, and James and Matt from Shenmue Dojo, join KC for a conversation about their thoughts on the game, the music, a certain infamous review of the game by another media outlet and more.
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.
This week's guest is the amazingly talented Eric Kelso, best known by SEGA fans for being the voice of Jacky Bryant from Virtua Fighter and the original voice of Fuku-san, Guizhang and Ren from Shenmue. Keep listening to find out more about his work as a voice actor, his life in Japan and Shenmue.
Welcome to a very special episode of The SEGA Lounge as KC is joined by Ravsieg, Blessy, Matt Oliver and James Brown and they all share their thoughts and impressions on the newest entry in the Virtua Fighter series: Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown.
This week's episode of The SEGA Lounge is a very special one as we look back at 35 years of Alex Kidd. 2021 marks the 35th anniversary of the release of Alex Kidd in Miracle World and I thought the best way to celebrate the occasion would be to invite some of my friends from the community to share their memories of past games and their expectations toward the future of the series.
This week's guest is (the?) SEGA Master Tim, who worked for SEGA of Australia's hotline back in the 90's. In this personal and in-depth interview, Tim opens up about his childhood, how SEGA games helped him during troubled times and how he ended up getting his job at the company. Oh, and the dread is back. Can Tim master the SEGA Lounge challenge? Stick around to find out.
We're back with the second part of my chat with Renato Almeida. Not only do you get the conclusion of The SEGA Lounge Challenge but some fun stories about Renato's company and how he met SEGA's CEO.
This week we have the first of two episodes with the fantastic Renato Almeida, a long-time SEGA fan from Brazil, who went from pretending to be the CEO of the company as a kid to actually working with SEGA. This week, we're going back to a time when SEGA dominated the Brazilian gaming scene and Renato will take us through how his passion for the blue company started. We'll also have the first half of The SEGA Lounge Challenge.
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.
Ah... 2020... What a year! In more ways than one, a terrible year. Thankfully, we can always count on video games to offer some kind of escapism and therapy through troubled times. And boy did we all need that last year! Last week we looked at what I would like to think of as my way to bring some smiles and comfort into your life by way of this podcast. On this episode, I'm joined by some friends, 17 to be exact, from the SEGA community as we look back at some of the most memorable SEGA moments of 2020.
This week, I'm thrilled to be joined by Scott Strichart, localization producer of the Yakuza series at SEGA of America. If you listened to our bonus summer episodes, you may remember a talk I had with Scott back in 2018 on another show, which you should definitely go listen to if you want even more detail into his video game experiences. This time, however, it was great to have him on for the full Lounge experience. Listen as he discusses working closely with RGG Studio and the process behind localizing Yakuza: Like a Dragon and much more. We'll also find out if he is indeed worthy of his Twitter bio title of "Patriarch of the Yakuza Localization Family" in another challenge that is not for the faint of heart.
This week, I'm joined by Jord Odell, E-commerce and Social Media Manager at SEGA Shop Europe, which includes both the UK and European storefronts. Jord is the marketing wizard that connects the fans and Numskull, the people running the shop. She kindly agreed to have a chat with me about her career and her love for video games and was also kind enough to let me put her through another brutal edition of The SEGA Lounge Challenge.
My guest this week is Casey Corrigan, editor of the upcoming "ToeJam & Earl's Funky Fresh Foods of Funkotron Cookbook". It's currently being funded through Kickstarter and it's exactly what it sounds like: a book filled with recipes inspired by the ToeJam & Earl series of video games. How did this happen and what is it all about, you ask? Find out by listening to my chat with the awesome Casey. Be warned: this week's challenge is a culinary one... in a way.