SEGA Episodes

Video Game Music SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog Fan Projects

69 - Opus Science Collective

As part of RadioSEGA's WinterFest 2016 event, we open the doors of The SEGA Lounge to Steve from the Opus Science Collective. And not only do we have a chat about their music, but we also play their brand new Sonic-themed EP "Zoned". You can grab "Zoned", for free, from https://opussciencecollective.bandcamp.com/album/zoned

Fan Projects SEGA Puyo Puyo

68 - Puyo Nexus

This week, KC and EsperK are joined by S2 and NostalgiaNinja, from Puyo Nexus, an amazing community of Puyo Puyo players. Learn about the project and their desire to bring Puyo Puyo Chronicles to an Western audience (#PuyoChroniclesForTheWest). Check out Puyo Nexus: http://puyonexus.com Follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/puyonexus Here's S2's Twitter: https://twitter.com/S2LSOFTENER Here's Nostalgia Ninja on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nostalgianinja

Video Game Music Indie Games SEGA ToeJam & Earl

67 - Cody Wright

This week, we finally deliver the full interview with Cody Wright, main composer of the soundtrack to ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove. This is a tie-in with issue #1 of the Mega Visions magazine. Also joining us is Matt Phillips, who's developing a new Mega Drive game called Tanglewood. Cody Wright: - http://www.codywrightmusic.com/ - http://www.youtube.com/user/ltfunko - https://www.facebook.com/codywrightbass - https://twitter.com/codywrightmusic Tanglewood: - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/63454976/tanglewood-an-original-game-for-the-sega-genesis-m - http://tanglewoodgame.com/index.html - https://www.facebook.com/tanglewoodgame/ - https://twitter.com/tanglewoodgame

Fan Projects SEGA Yakuza

66 - Deacon Ross from YakuzaFan.com

This week, the doors of The SEGA Lounge open up for Deacon Ross, the man behind the YakuzaFan.com website. We talk about his history with gaming and the Yakuza series, the website and his family. Awinnerwasyou is also back with a look at Zero Wing. Check out Deacon's website at http://yakuzafan.com Support their Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/yakuzafan Like them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YakFan/ Follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yakfan

Fan Projects Retro Gaming SEGA Magazines

64 - Mega Visions Mag

This week, KC and Awinnerwasyou welcome back Graham, of SEGA Nerds and Mega Visions fame, to discuss the first issue of the online magazine coming out soon. Check out the Mega Visions website: https://www.megavisionsmag.com/

Fan Projects SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog

63 - Patrick "Kori-Maru" Gardner

It's time to welcome Kori-Maru back to The SEGA Lounge to tell us more about this year's edition of the Sonic & SEGA Fan Jam event. And we couldn't let him leave without a spooky-themed challenge, could we? Follow the Fan Jm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SSFanJam Like their Facebook page: https://facebook.com/SonicSEGAFanJam Buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sonic-sega-fan-jam-2016-tickets-25961105365

Video Game Music Sonic The Hedgehog SEGA

62 - Johnny Gioeli

This week, we welcome rock legend Johnny Gioeli and talk about his work with Hardline, Axel Rudi Pell, Crush 40 and his upcoming debut solo album. Also, do we have an album with children's songs on the way? You can pledge towards Johnny's solo album campaign here: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/johnnygioeli

Indie Games Retro Gaming SEGA Video Games Wonder Boy/Monster World

61 - Fabien Demeulenaere from Game Atelier

This week, we open the doors of the Lounge to Fabien, of Game Atelier, to discuss the upcoming Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, as well as play some tracks from the game.

SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog Video Games

60 - Mat Kraemer from Sanzaru Games

A week prior to the release of Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, we welcome Mat Kraemer, lead designer of the game, to The SEGA Lounge. Listen as he talks about the differences between Shattered Crystal and the sequel, expresses his love for SEGA games and takes on a Master System quiz!

RadioSEGA Retro Gaming SEGA

59 - Memories of OutRun

This week we do an early celebration of the 30th anniversary of OutRun with friends of the show INeedFruit and Sean Tagg joining KC to share their own memories of the series and have a few laughs. Not to be missed if you enjoy driving a Ferrari with a blonde girl by your side!

Fan Projects SEGA Retro Gaming Dreamcast Podcast

58 - The Dreamcast Junkyard

As the North American anniversay of the Dreamcast draws near, we invite Tom Charnock, from community site Dreamcast Junkyard, to come and chat about the console, his epic quest to find a barber and more. Not to be missed! Check out The Dreamcast Junkyard: http://www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk Follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDCJunkyard

Video Game Music Sonic The Hedgehog SEGA Retro Gaming

57 - Spencer Nilsen

This week, we're joined by the legend that is Spencer Nilsen, a great composer and a great guy! Download the podcast to listen to some of Spencer's stories and learn about his history with SEGA. There's also great music!

Indie Games SEGA Retro Gaming Video Games Wonder Boy/Monster World

56 - Lizardcube

This week, we're joined by Ben and Omar from Lizardcube, who are working on a much anticipated remake of Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap. Find out more about the guys and their game and enjoy some music from the original.

SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog Video Games

54 - James Booth

In the aftermath of the epic announcements at Sonic's 25th anniversary party in San Diego, we welcome back to the show James Booth, lead developer of Sonic Dash and Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom. And on Memories of SEGA, Awinnerwasyou looks at one of his most "treasured" games on the Saturn.

Fan Projects SEGA Retro Gaming Magazines

52 - Mega Visions Magazine

In this special episode of The SEGA Lounge, Awinnerwasyou joins KC as they have a chat with Graham Cookson, one of the people behind the Mega Visions Magazine project. Learn more about that and feel free to pledge to their Kickstarter project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/320058960/mega-visions-welcome-to-a-new-kind-of-sega-magazin/description