Welcome to a very special episode of The SEGA Lounge - our very first truly LiVE show for the season that aired originally on RadioSEGA on Thursday, April 2nd, 2020. KC is joined by GreenViper8, Rik and Ryan, to discuss what's been going on in the land of SEGA and what they all expect of the company's 60th anniversary, which is apparently not too much.
Another returning guest joins KC this week, as he sits down with Cédric Biscay, president and CEO of Shibuya Productions, and discusses Shenmue III in a very candid interview with the co-producer of the game.
A week after the world has celebrated 25 years of the release of the original Panzer Dragoon and with its remake looming on the horizon, KC chats to Benjamin Anseaume from TA Publishing, part of Forever Entertainment, and producer of the upcoming game. Find out the answers to some of your questions and play along as Ben tries to guess "What's That Sound?".
As part of RadioSEGA's celebration of 10 years of LiVE shows, an event aptly named 'RadioSEGA: 10 Years LiVE', this episode of The SEGA Lounge is a special round table bringing together three iconic show hosts.
This week's guest is Adam Welch, of Second Dimension Games, and project lead of Eyra the Crow Maiden, an upcoming game for NES, SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis. Learn more about this Kickstarter project and stick around until the end for some exciting news!
Joining KC this week is Brandon Keenen, (retro)gamer and Chief Marketing Officer at Antstream Arcade, a service also known as 'the Netflix of retro games'.
This week's guest is the first returning guest of the season: Fabien from Game Atelier, the studio behind Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. Listen to get more insight into the development process of the game and how it turned into an all-stars project.
Joining KC this week is Roberto Bazzoni, aka RoBKTA, one of two people involved in the track that won "RadioSEGA's Fan Choice Remix of the Year 2019".
The SEGA Lounge is officially reopened for a fifth season! This week's guests are Mike, Justin and Kevin, the team behind indie platformer Polyroll. Plus, GreenViper8 reviews the game.
As a way of celebrating 99 episodes of The SEGA Lounge and as part of this year's WinterFest, KC looks back at some memorable moments of the show and makes a special announcement regarding the future of the Lounge.
The SEGA Lounge reopens for a limited time to host a very nice chat with PC0, one of the people behind SFGHQ and SAGE. Find out more about this year's edition of the indie game expo. Check out the SAGE 2019 website: http://sagexpo.org.
Just in time for RadioSEGA's WinterFest 2018, The SEGA Lounge closes its doors with one last special episode featuring Danny Russell, from SEGA Networks. Join us for a fun chat about his life as a SEGA fan and some of the projects he's been working on. And, since this was also the closing show of the WinterFest, new RadioSEGA head honcho also joins KC for a few sleep deprived words.
In another special episode of the Lounge, we welcome Carter, aka Neo Hazard, to talk about this year's edition of the Sonic Amateur Games Expo. Find out all about SAGE 2018, including some of the highlights of the dozens of games on display, and listen to some amazing tunes handpicked by our guest.
The SEGA Lounge is back with a handful of episodes to air throughout the coming months. For the first one, learn more about "A Gamer's Journey: The Definitive History of Shenmue", a Kickstarter-funded documentary about the beloved SEGA series. We talk to Adam Sipione, the mastermind behind it all and give him a hard time (or not so much) in a Shenmue-themed quiz.
As part of RadioSEGA's WinterFest 2017, The SEGA Lounge opens its doors to Baircave, Ben Briggs and James Landino, three of the talented people behind "Sonic Mania Remixed", a remix album focused on the music of the most recent 2D Sonic outing. OSC, Twinny and ViPER also join in on the action at some point and we do some giveawya, including the big one following our donation drive for Special Effect. Get "Sonic Mania Remixed" from Bandcamp: https://tnywvs.bandcamp.com/album/sonic-mania-remixed. You can also stream it on all major platforms.
Following the release of Sonic Forces: Speed Battle, the newest mobile game from SEGA HARDlight, we are joined by Fran Shergold, community manager, and Andrew McMillan, producer of the game.
Welcome back to The Lounge! This week, we chat to Roel van Mastbergen about a new indie Dreamcast game called Intrepid Izzy. Check out Intrepid Izzy on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/senileteam/intrepid-izzy-pc-dreamcast-ps4
This week on The SEGA Lounge, we welcome Ryan from the Sonic 2 HD team to discuss the latest on the most recent demo of the project. Plus, Steve, aka OSC, shares his personal favourites when it comes to video game music.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge for a pretty epic episode with two special guests, a review, news and the return of Memories of SEGA! Our main guest is Ian Wall, developer of Alex Kidd in Miracle World 2, but we're also joined by Olivier who's behind an online petition to bring back the Panzer Dragoon series.
We're back from our Summer break, LiVE, and with a special episode dedicated to RadioSEGA Presents: Collision Theory, a brand-new charity album to support Special Effect.
For the last episode before the Summer break, we have Mustin on The SEGA Lounge. Representing Gamechops, he told us more about their newest Sonic remix album, Spindash 2.
On this episode of The SEGA Lounge, we welcome James Daniello, from Demiurge Studios, and Danny Russell, from SEGA Networks, and chat about the recently-released mobile title Crazy Taxi: Gazillionaire.
This week, The SEGA Lounge went LiVE with another Round Table, focusing on E3 2017. Join hosts KC and Shadid as well as guests Graham (SEGA Nerds/Mega Visions) and Dylan (SEGA Does) as they share their thoughts and concerns on the event and games.
It's time for another Round Table episode of The SEGA Lounge! Joining KC this time, we have Ryan (Nintendo Fun Club Podcast), Graham (SEGA Nerds/Mega Visions) and our own Awinnerwasyou. Download the podcast and find out what everyone thinks of SEGA's performance so far this year.