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.
This week's episode of The SEGA Lounge is packed with good stuff! Shadid returns with the News Desk, Chris Powell from Mega Visions mag is here to talk about issue #3, Awinnerwasyou covers Truxton in Memories of SEGA and, our main event, Claire Cameron and Jonathon Dixon are here to promote Weston Super Sonic 2017.
Power stride and ready to ride! This week's episode of The SEGA Lounge features an interview with Chris Strauß, lead developer of the Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs video game. And don't waste this chance to listen to some awesome music from the TV animated series.
This week on The SEGA Lounge, we have a great chat with Gary, from Retro Redress, a brand new blog dedicated to revisiting painful video game memories of the author's childhood.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge, RadioSEGA's talk show. This week's episode includes an interview with Tyler Hogle, aka Screaming Villains, who's working on Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition. Find out more about the original game and the remastered version.
It's time for our tie-in with issue #3 of Mega Visions magazine. This time, we have with us Gwenael 'Fonzie' Godde, founder of Watermelon Games. Listen as he talks about his past projects and an upcoming physical release for the Mega Drive/Genesis: Paprium. Also, don't miss our review of Puyo Puyo Tetris!
This week's edition of The SEGA Lounge features an interview with LakeFeperd, the developer of the recently released Spark The Electric Jester. Find out more about the game and its predecessors.
This week's episode features an interview with Jennifer Hernandez, an artist that has worked on the Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog series. Find out more about her history with Sonic and what her future projects are.
On this week's episode, The SEGA Lounge opens its doors to Ryan "Rlan" Langley, the man behind Sonic the Hedgeblog. Find out more about the blog and the many other projects Ryan's been working on.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge! This week, since we didn't want to leave you without a news update and Memories of SEGA, we rerun our interview with Shenmue voice actor Corey Marshall, originally aired on November 6th, 2014. Enjoy!
This week, we have a chat with Michael Mendheim and Rob McCallum, here to tell us all about Mutant Football League, the revival of the 16-bit classic Mutant League Football.
This week, on The SEGA Lounge, we have Mr. Din, admin of Streets of Rage Online and the Brawlers Avenue community. Learn more about the fansite as well as his projects to revive the SOR franchise.
It's time for our usual tie-in with Mega Visions mag. This month, we sit down with David "djpretzel" Lloyd and Larry "Liontamer" Oji from OC ReMix to discuss how and why the community started and what's in store for the future.
This week, we welcome back Ken Horowitz to the show and learn more about his book "Playing at the Next Level". He also reveals his plans for an upcoming book dedicated to another piece of SEGA history. - Follow Sega-16 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sega16 - Check out Ken's book: https://www.amazon.com/Playing-Next-Level-History-American/dp/078649994X
Welcome to the grand reopening of The SEGA Lounge! On the first Round Table episode of the show, KC is joined by Awinnerwasyou, Chris and Ryan to discuss their opinions on how well SEGA did last year and what we can expect from the company in 2017. Shadid and Dylan Cornelius also join the roster of contributors with the News Desk and SEGA Does segments, respectively.
Welcome to the season finale of The SEGA Lounge! We have a very nice interview with Nino, of legendary game metal band MegaDriver. There's also Memories of SEGA and the promise of a new season after a short break. Check out MegaDriver's music at http://www.megadriver.com.br