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
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.
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!
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!
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
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!
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.
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.
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
Welcome to another episode of The SEGA Lounge. This week, everyone's celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Yakuza series, as well as the release of Yakuza 5 in the West. But let's not forget Yakuza fansite Tojo HQ's third anniversary, ok?
Celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, we did another 'Memories' episode, featuring regular panelists Kopke and Awinnerwasyou. Join us as we reminisce and Donnie renames all the zones in both the 16-bit and 8-bit versions of the game.
Following up on last week's show, we have another Canada based, SEGA inspired band on The SEGA Lounge. Download the podcast to enjoy the conversation with Villainest's alleged "Chief SEGA Guy", James Harding, and listen to an exclusive first play of the single off the band's upcoming EP. Check out Villainest's music at http://villainest.bandcamp.com Keep up with the band on... - Website: http://villainest.com - Twitter: https://twitter.com/villainest - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/villainestmusic
The SEGA Lounge is open for business once more and we kick off the second half of season 2 with returning guests The Blast Processors. Join us as we talk about their new EP, "Chaos Rising", their creative process and just random stuff in general. Get "Chaos Rising" here: http://blastprocessors.bandcamp.com Follow The Blast Processors... ...on Twitter: http://twitter.com/blastprocessors ...on Facebook: http://facebook.com/blastprocessors ...on YouTube: http://youtube.com/theblastprocessors
This week on The SEGA Lounge, KC has a chat with Álvaro Prieto, of Bacu Bacu Games, a small Spanish company who has an ongoing Kickstarter campaign for their SEGA-inspired game Yum Yum Yummy. Find out more about the game and what classic SEGA puzzler inspired it. Check out the Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bacubacu/yum-yum-yummy You can find Bacu Bacu Games on... - Twitter: https://twitter.com/bacubacugames - Website: http://www.bacubacu.com
As the Shenmue III Kickstarter reaches its final hours, we welcome Cédric Biscay, co-producer of the game, to The SEGA Lounge. Find out more about his involvement with the project and why he's so sure Shenmue III will be such an amazing experience. Be sure to pledge to the Kickstarter project: http://bit.ly/saveshenmue Check out the MAGIC event website: http://www.magic-ip.com