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.
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?
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!
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!
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!
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.
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!
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.
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.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge, the weekly RadioSEGA talk show! This time, we're joined by Master System and Mega Drive from The Blast Processors. Join us as we talk about the band and listen to the track by track commentary of their new album, 'Genesis...
This week, we open our doors to one of our fellow community webmasters and content creators, Tyler Esposito, the man behind segamastersystem.com and The SEGA Channel on YouTube. Find out more about his history with SEGA and the work he's been doing on the channel.
This week, we welcome Stephen Frost, producer of the upcoming Sonic Boom. Join us as we talk about Stephen's personal background, and discuss the Boom games and tv show. Spoilers: Lady Gaga will not be in Sonic Boom.
This week on The SEGA Lounge, SSF1991 and KC were joined by Julian Mehlfeld (Community Manager) and Sam Mullen (Localization Producer) of SEGA of America. Get to know them better and get some insight on Hatsune Miku and the 3D Classics range. Also, are Julian and Sam that knowledgeable about their jobs? Find out by listening to the podcast.
Welcome to The SEGA Lounge, RadioSEGA's very own talk show, hosted by SSF1991 and KC! On our first show, we interview special guests The Megadrive Band, awesome guys and talented musicians. We also talk about Sticks... and play a game of In Reverse.