SEGA Episodes

Fan Projects SEGA Retro Gaming

28 - Brett Hatfield

One week after we mentioned we would do shorter episodes, we have an almost 2 and a half hour-long show! It's probably the most fun we've had on the Lounge as Brett, owner of Sega Addicts, joins KC and Donnie to talk about random things and announce the new show the Addicts are bringing to RadioSEGA. Follow Sega Addicts on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/segaaddicts Like them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSegaAddicts Check out the website: http://sega-addicts.com/

Fan Projects SEGA Retro Gaming

27 - Garett Yoshimura

Ever wanted to own miniature LEGO versions of classic SEGA arcade cabinets? This week's guest wants that to happen! Join KC as he talks to Garett Yoshimura, the guy behind the LEGO 'SEGA Classic Arcade Machines' project. And find out how Garett does against a brand new challenge: SEGA Jeopardy! To support Garett's project, head over to http://ideas.lego.com/projects/96810 Follow Garett on Twitter: @mista_carrot Check out his Facebook page: www.facebook.com/legofoodtruck

Fan Projects SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog

26 - Patrick "Kori-Maru" Gardner

We're back with a community guest this week, in the form of SEGA fan Patrick "Kori-Maru" Gardner, creator of SEGA & Sonic Fan Jam, an event put together by SEGA Bits. Join us aswe discuss this year's S&SFJ, as well as how YOU can help making it happen. For news on SEGA & Sonic Fan Jam 2015 check out... ...the official website: http://www.segabits.com/segafanjam/# ... the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SonicSEGAFanJam ... and the fundraiser site: http://gogetfunding.com/project/sonic-sega-fan-jam-2015-fundraiser

Indie Games SEGA Retro Gaming Mega Drive/Genesis ToeJam & Earl

24 - Greg Johnson

This time, KC and Donnie are joined by Greg Johnson, co-creator of the classic ToeJam & Earl series. Find out more about the history of past games (some SEGAducation!) and what's in store for the funky duo in ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove. Back the project on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1578116861/toejam-and-earl-back-in-the-groove

Sonic The Hedgehog Fan Projects Retro Gaming SEGA Video Games

23 - The Taxman and Stealth and big_smile

The SEGA Lounge is back for a new season! And to celebrate, we have not one, not two, but THREE guests on the show! Join KC, Donnie and Andy as they talk to The Taxman, Stealth and big_smile, and discuss the Sonic 3 Remastered petition. Go sign the petition here: http://sonic3remastered.com

Video Game Music SEGA

22 - Rushden & Diamonds

Although The SEGA Lounge is currently off-season, we couldn't pass up on the opportunity of having a chat with hip hop superstars Michael Rushden and Lord Diamonds, the duo behind RadioSEGA-favourites "Fast Lane" and "They Came From Underground". Join us to learn more about the guys, their music, their future... and their ability to give the lyrics of current pop songs their own spin!

SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog Video Games

20 - Mat Kraemer from Sanzaru Games

This week on The SEGA Lounge we have great talk with Mat Kraemer, of Sanzaru Games, lead designer on Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal. Find out more about the development process and Mat's history with SEGA and the video games industry in general.

SEGA Retro Gaming

18 - Darren Wall from Read-Only Memories

This week, we're joined on the show by Darren Wall, the man behind the amazing and critically acclaimed SEGA Mega Drive: Collected Works book, which you can get here: http://readonlymemory.vg Afterwards, AMEEEERICA, aka DJ EAR comes on the Lounge to talk about the Sound of The Sonic Stadium album coming out the day after. All things to be thankful for, wouldn't you say?

SEGA Shenmue Voice Actors Dreamcast

17 - Corey Marshall

Are you guys sailors? No? No worries, you can still enjoy this week's episode of The SEGA Lounge with special gues Corey Marshall, English voice actor of Ryo Hazuki of the Shenmue series! Listen to find out more about Corey's background and to hear Ryo cover some of the hottest pop hits of all-time!

RadioSEGA Retro Gaming SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis

16 - Mega Drive Memories

This week, the Mega Drive turned 26 years old in Japan, so we decided to invite some friends over to reminisce on the glorious days of SEGA's 16-bit machine. Join KC, Awinnerwasyou and Steve from the Opus Science Collective as they look back at the best and worst games for the system. Also, Donnie's back!

Fan Projects Retro Gaming SEGA

15 - Dylan Cornelius

This week, KC does a solo act on The SEGA Lounge so the episode is a bit shorter than usual. Still, we have Dylan Cornelius on the show talking about the segadoes.com blog. Find out more about his goal of reviewing each game ever released for a SEGA console!

Fan Projects Retro Gaming SEGA Video Game Music Mega Drive/Genesis

13 - donluca and Roareye from The 16-bit Audiophile Project

Can we get guests that are even crazier than SSF1991 and KC? Well, this week we find out the answer by talking to the guys behind the 16-bit Audiophile Project, donluca and Roareye. Join us as we discuss this awesome musical project, this week's news and anything else you can think of, really.

Fan Projects Retro Gaming SEGA Dreamcast

12 - Jamie from Dreamcastgaga

The Dreamcast celebrations continue as we welcome Jamie, from dcgaga.com, to The SEGA Lounge! Join us for some insight on the website and its creator, who was strongly influenced by a Dreamcast game to move to Japan! Also, Yardley!

SEGA Video Games Sonic The Hedgehog

10 - Paul Twynholm and Tom Gaulton from SEGA Hardlight

The SEGA Lounge is back with both hosts and two very special guests. Straight from Leamington Spa, in the UK, Paul Twynholm, lead designer, and Tom Gaulton, engineer at SEGA Hardlight Studio, join us on the show to talk Crazy Taxi: City Rush. We also cover the news and debut a new intro for The SEGA Lounge Challenge.

Fan Projects SEGA Retro Gaming Mega Drive/Genesis

09 - Ken from Sega-16.com

The SEGA Lounge is back and just in time to celebrate the Genesis' 25th anniversary! To do so, we invite fellow community webmaster Ken Horowitz, from Sega-16.com to tell us about the website, his own experience with the console and relive some memories.