Two veteran gamers talking about their love of all things SEGA and reminiscing about the glory days when SEGA hardware and software innovated the industry. Hear new episodes first on RadioSEGA every other Monday at 6pm UK time!
Season 4: Episode 12 - "Mortal Kombat - 30 Years on SEGA"
We've come for your Souls! That's right, it's been 30 Years since Mortal Monday, when the original Mortal Kombat was ported to several systems, but most importantly, several Sega ones. In this podcast episode, James "The SEGAHolic" and Dan "The Mega" Driver discuss the very first Mortal Kombat game, their memories of the arcade original, the hype that was Mortal Monday and discuss the various ports to Sega systems.
Season 4: Episode 11 - "My Favourite SEGA with Videopolis"
My Favourite SEGA is back! The return of our series where we welcome members of the retro gaming community onto the show to discuss their passion for gaming and tell us their favourite SEGA game, SEGA console and SEGA music. In the first episode of this series reboot we welcome gamer, collector, and friend of the show, Videopolis.
Season 4: Episode 10 - "Ranking the 8-bit Sonic Games"
On this weeks show we sit down and discuss the main 8-bit Sonic the Hedgehog games: Sonic, Sonic 2, Sonic Chaos, Sonic Triple Trouble, Sonic Blast and Sonic Spinball. 6 very different 8-bit Blue Blur experiences, but which ones did we like the best? Join us and find out!
Season 4: Episode 9 - "Mega Drive at the Movies"
Are you old enough to remember movie tie-in games? It once felt like every major movie had a video game to go with it. On this show we chat through 10 of the most iconic movie tie-ins to grace the Mega Drive, the most popular 16-bit system when the genre was in its hey day.
Season 4: Episode 8 - "SEGAGuys + SHIRO"
In the first of a new quarterly cross-over series, The SEGAGuys join forces with Saturn Dave and Pat from the legendary Shiro Group, responsible of course for the awesome Sega Saturn Shiro podcast and website.
Season 4: Episode 7 - "Could Microsoft Really Acquire SEGA?"
Following the news this week that Microsoft “seriously looked” at attempting to acquire SEGA back in 2020, we discuss the history of both companies relationship, the pros and cons to each company should the deal ever happen, and discuss why the deal could or could not ever take place.
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I am an avid retro gaming podcast listener that hearkens back to the early days of the internet. This is an amazing podcast to listen to having grown up in the Western United States. I dont know very much about Sega's history and this has been an absultely fantastic way to catch up on my retro sega knowlegde. Both hosts are very intelligent and are fun to listen to, and I'm not just taken with there accent either. I hope you make more of these as I just finished up with your latest podcast discussing the Saturn. I am hooked and I hope you two haven't given up. Thank you for makling such excellent content and I hope life is treating you both very kindly!