Our season finale comes in the form of a conversation with friends about our shared love for Sonic the Hedgehog. The year the blue blur turned 30, it's time to look back at what made us fans of SEGA's mascot and what we expect from the speedy hedgehog in the future. Joining KC for this special episode are Twitch affiliate, LimeReversed, one half of the SEGAGUYS, Dan 'The Mega' Driver, and Lewis Clark, aka SonicYoda, of SEGADriven.
This week we're celebrating the 30th anniversary of a series that's been synonymous with SEGA since its inception: ToeJam & Earl. I've invited some of our homies from the SEGA community to share their memories of these thirty years and their hopes for the future of the funky alien duo from Funkotron. There's lots of that and music. I mean it. Glorious music.
On this week's show, we welcome Tim Hugall, Steve Andrews and Sam Forrester, part of the Sega Mania team, who tell us all about their SEGA magazine; from how it started to what the future holds starting with the upcoming issue 4.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge! This week, we welcome to the show Darren Doyle, of Greyfox Books, to discuss a new Mega Drive book currently being funded through Kickstarter: Mega Book Collection. The SEGA Lounge is proud to be an official endorser of this project.
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.
This week on The SEGA Lounge, KC sits down with Dean Mortlock, editor of the upcoming SEGA magazine SEGA Powered. The experienced games journalist talks about his life as a gamer, his time at classic 1990's mags, Sega Power and Saturn Powered, and starting a SEGA magazine in 2021.
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.
4 years after he last came on the show, Roel van Masterbergen, founder of Senile Team, is back on The SEGA Lounge to talk more about Intrepid Izzy, a brand new game for the Dreamcast, as well as his own life as a SEGA and video game fan.
This week, KC is joined by Graham Cookson, co-founder of Mega Visions Magazine, who returns to The Lounge to tell us more about his life as a SEGA fan and the reboot of the magazine.
It's time to reopen the doors of The Lounge for the final stretch of season 6! And what better way to do it than inviting back Claire and Jono Dixon, the organizers of Sonic the Hedgehog fan convention, Weston Super Sonic? Enjoy listening to their plans for next year's event and learn how you can attend and/or support via their Kickstarter page.
The SEGA Lounge is a talk show hosted by KC with weekly guests ranging from SEGA game devs or staff to prominent members of the fan community. Since he started the show in 2014, KC has interviewed many amazing people, such as Crush 40's Johnny Gioeli, Ho...
For the last summer game suggestion of 2021, returning guest Renato Almeida picked California Games, aka Jogos de Verão, as it was known in his country, Brazil. We're closing this summer series in style with an actual summer game. What are the odds?!
Retro Game Corps' Russ is back on The Lounge with his pick for summer game: Quackshot Starring Donald Duck. Listen on to find out more about his experience with this Disney title on the Genesis.
Instead of a guest host, this week KC is taking back the reigns of the show to tell you all about Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2, a Mega Drive game that gave him a great summer experience back in the 1990's.
This week we welcome Skyblaze, host of The Hidden Palace on RadioSEGA, and Greyfore, part of the station's streaming team. They're discussing The House of the Dead, Greyfore's pick as the definitive summer game.
This week, we're taking to the Skies... of Arcadia, with guest host INeedFruit, whose vivid retelling of his experiences with the game will definitely want to make you pick it up and play it.
This week we welcome first-timer Lime Reversed to the Lounge to tell us all about Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, the multi platform hit that is the perfect excuse to meet more people and make new friends.
Brian, from The Saturn Junkyard and The Dreamcast Junkyard, is back on The SEGA Lounge to share his thoughts on Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball, by AM2. Definitely a summer game! How well did Pai Chan and Sarah Bryant (yes, those two) fare in this sandy sport? Listen to find out.
What do you get when you ask James and Matt of Shenmue Dojo to ask about their favorite summer game? An episode about Shenmue, of course! Listen in to find out all the reasons why Yu Suzuki's classic is perfect for any season.
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.
The SEGA Lounge will be back in September with more new episodes, guests, challenges and some surprises to fill your week with all the SEGA goodness you need. However, while I take a well-earned summer break, you're getting a bonus series of short episodes dedicated to the best SEGA summer games, as picked by our friends in the SEGA community. From Beach Spikers to Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and even Shenmue, if you need advice on which games to play this summer, we've got you covered. The SEGA Lounge Summer Series: new episodes available on thesegalounge.com and your podcast service of choice every Friday from July 16th.
Our mid-season finale focuses on Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX, a remake of the Master System classic developed by Jankenteam and published by Merge Games. Since the game is now out, I invited some friends over to chat about our thoughts on the game. Joining me for this round table are Manuel Melgar, aka Köpke, Renato Almeida and Graham Cookson. If you're still wondering if you should get the game or not, I hope this episode helps.
Joining KC on The Lounge this week is Eli Galindo, founder and owner of Piko Interactive, a company which has been acquiring video game licenses and releasing new games for retro systems. Eli talks about the company's history and also shares some details about their upcoming Kickstarter project to bring to fruition a long-lost project from the Mega Drive's past - Cybernauts: The Next Breed.