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Welcome, fellow Sega fans, to another SegaGuys and in this show we proudly bring you another WinterFest special for our friends and colleagues at RadioSEGA. In this episode, Dan and James talk about what it means to have been “Raised by Sega”. Are you a Sega kid? Did you live for Sonic the Hedgehog? Or did you come under the influence of those blue…
 
A new sub-series discussing games and innovations that were found first on Sega hardware! First up, with the 25th Anniversary having just passed, James and Dan discuss Tomb Raider, its origins, their memories, the series lasting legacy and more!The SegaGuys
 
Hello Sega fans! In this weeks show we delve back into Sega’s vault as we select and discuss the first 6 lost gems from our favourite company’s storied arcade past that, for whatever reason, never made it into the home. Scud Race, Jurassic Park - The Lost World, Planet Harriers, Indy 500, Harley Davidson, and Top Skater round off Volume 1 of what w…
 
In the second in the SegaGuys Review series, James The Segaholic and Dan The Mega Driver take a look at Sonic R, a game that's highly divisive today even for a Sonic title. Not only will they judge how it fares in terms of graphics, sound and gameplay, but they'll look at its ports and how it was reviewed back in 1997…
 
With the Game Gear turning 30 years old this year in the UK (and in the US), Dan "The Mega" Driver and James "The Segaholic" discuss the console, their memories of Sega's legendary handheld, and their favourite games for the console.The SegaGuys
 
James the SegaHolic and Dan the Mega Driver discuss the import boom of the 90's, their favourite games, memories and their history with that import side of the hobby. Shout out to sega-mania.com and thier excellent Sega Magazine.The SegaGuys
 
On this brand new episode, James & Dan go back in time in our new series, The SegaGuys Review … to take a look at the much maligned yet much loved Sega Saturn launch title, Daytona USA. We compare it to the later Saturn and Dreamcast versions that followed and discuss Daytona’s impact on the industry, both in the arcade and at home.…
 
My Favourite Sega, the series where we invite members of the community to talk about their favourite Sega Music, Game and Console is back! This episode's guest is content creator CuppaTea4Meeeee, who discusses his beginnings with gaming, his YouTube and Twitch channels as well as his Favourite Sega.The SegaGuys
 
Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega's most famous and successful character and franchise turned 30 years old this month. To celebrate we look back on Sonic's storied history, his extensive library of games and litany of other media, with memories from not only The SegaGuys, but the gaming community too. Thanks to @16bitnostalgia @ABeerAndAGame @Hi1stTime @Dis…
 
Welcome to a brand new episode of The SegaGuys, where on this show James & Dan give their opinions on the return of the greatest 3D fighter of all time, Virtua Fighter, in the PS4/5 console exclusive; Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown. Many thanks once again to Danny Russell at Sega of America for providing us with review codes for the game and DL…
 
Welcome to another episode of the RetroPod, where this week we conclude the SegaGuys “Console Wars” trilogy by sitting down with the author of the brilliant book and the brains behind the CBS documentary, Blake J. Harris. In pack plenty into this hour long chat as we discuss Blake’s gaming roots, his influences (and challenges) while researching an…
 
Welcome to another episode of The SegaGuys RetroPod. In this show James (@TheSegaHolic) talks through his 15 top Mega Drive/Genesis games with Dan (@Swooper_D). The backstory to this show is that Dan sent James a Mega Drive as a gift six months ago and, after acquiring an Ever Drive cartridge, James has been playing through the library and has chos…
 
Welcome to another episode of the RetroPod and what an episode we have in store for you. As we prepare to celebrate our 1st birthday here at The SegaGuys, we are so very proud to be able to bring you an exclusive sit down with non other than the former President and CEO of Sega of America, Tom Kalinske. We had the absolute privilege of covering a w…
 
Welcome to another episode of the SegaGuys and to another episode of "My Favourite SEGA ...", where this week we welcome yet another brilliant Sega community guest to the show. It's a real pleasure for us to sit down and chat once again with the one and only 'KC', host of RadioSEGA's brilliant podcast, The Sega Lounge. KC kindly hosted us on the Lo…
 
Dearly beloved gamers, you join us today on the 20th anniversary of the Dreamcast's untimely demise. Yes, on 31/03/2001, Sega ceased production of the console and took themselves out of the hardware business forever. However, we are not going to mourn the Dreamcast. No, on this episode we have something different planned, a celebration of the life …
 
Welcome to another episode of The SegaGuys RetroPod and to another in our My Favourite Sega series, where we welcome a member of our community onto the show to chat about their gaming history, their favourite Sega console, Sega game, and piece of Sega music. This week we sit down with Anthony Cox as we take a deep dive (get it?) into Ecco the Dolph…
 
Welcome to yet another episode of The SegaGuys RetroPod! On this weeks show, James & Dan take another trip into Sega's past, to a moment which proved pivotal in the direction the gaming industry would take. In 1993, Sega of America led by Tom Kalinske came close to forging a deal with Sony which would see the two Japanese tech giants join forces, c…
 
Hello and welcome all to a very, very special episode of The SegaGuys as James and Dan welcome a true Sega legend and icon to the show. Yes, on this episode we had the absolute honour and privilege of chatting with Al Nilsen, the former head of Global Marketing at Sega of America from 1989-1993. Al needs no introduction, his name is synonymous with…
 
Welcome to another episode of the SegaGuys where we have a brand new series for you all to enjoy. Through the coming weeks and months we will be featuring guests from our Twitter community, inviting them to speak to us about their favourite SEGA game, SEGA music, and SEGA console, giving them and us a chance to delve into bouts of nostalgia and rel…
 
Hello and welcome once again to a brand new SegaGuys RetroPod! On this show James and Dan will go back in time to E3 1997 and examine Bernie Stolar's now infamous line, the one liner which shattered the dreams of millions of Saturn owners and seen Sega's 32-bit system fizzle out in the West by 1998, leaving gamers on this side of the world without …
 
Welcome, and a Happy New Year to all our listeners! On this first RetroPod of 2021, James & Dan go back in time to the origins of the XBOX, when SEGA tried their hardest to remain in the hardware game, albeit fleetingly, by hanging onto the coat tails of the new kid on the block from Microsoft. We go back to the Dreamcast's final days, explore the …
 
We are back! The SegaGuys return to bring you some festive Sega goodness as we form part of RadioSEGA’s WinterFest 2020 line up. On this show James & Dan select and discuss their Capcom “Dirty Dozen” as they explore Capcom’s legacy on Sega consoles. Starting in the earliest days as their relationship blossomed with Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition…
 
Hello! And welcome to a brand new RetroPod, where this time James and Dan pay homage to the brilliant Sega MegaDrive on it's 30th (THIRTIETH!?) PAL anniversary. We discuss our memories of the system, our favourite games, the music we adore, and as usual through in plenty of banter to boot. There's also, as with our Saturn special, some fantastic ap…
 
On March 29th 2001, just two days before the discontinuation of the Sega Dreamcast, SEGAGAGA was released in Japan. The game was described as a 'Sega Simulation', allowing players to take control of the company and save it from the 'evil DOGMA Corp' (aka Sony), who had 97% of the console market. In this episode, James & Dan travel back to the 1990'…
 
And so, here we are ... the finale of the first ever SegaGuys Chronicles and the end of our journey though the Virtua Fighter games which appeared on Sega hardware. In this finale, James & Dan discuss the impact of Virtua Fighter 3 in both the arcade and the home, mull over the Dreamcast port and give their views on the work done by Genki, and touc…
 
In this episode, James & Dan pay homage to the wonderful Sega Saturn after the console reached the ripe old age of 25 in Europe on July 8th. The guys chat through their memories of the system, their first experiences with it, their favourite games, their most revered soundtracks, plus have the now mandatory Sega sing song and plenty of banter to bo…
 
Welcome to another episode of the SegaGuys RetroPod, where this weekend we continue our Chronicles series and our focus on the Virtua Fighter series, this time looking at Virtua Fighter 2. We discuss the origins of the game, our memories of the first time we seen and played it, the key gameplay mechanic changes in the sequel, and touch on the vario…
 
Welcome to the debut episode of our brand new CHRONICLES series, where James and Dan focus on a particular game or series and delve into it's history, various home ports, and personal experiences with the games. To kick things off, we present volume 1, focusing on the legendary Virtua Fighter series. In part one, we discuss the original Virtua Figh…
 
On this episode of the RetroPod, James & Dan give their reaction to the Game Gear Micro and ask how the hell someone managed to get it signed off for production. They also chat about the 'big' Famitsu story from June 4th, and give their opinions on what they would love to see from a SEGA arcade streaming service. As usual there's stories, tales fro…
 
Remember the BBC radio show called Desert Island Discs? You know, the one where celebrities come on and give a selection of songs they'd want with them if stranded on a desert island, along with one book and one luxury item? Well, the SegaGuys decided to put a SEGA spin on it! What SEGA music would the lads want to be stranded with? What piece of g…
 
Remember the BBC radio show called Desert Island Discs? You know, the one where celebrities come on and give a selection of songs they'd want with them if stranded on a desert island, along with one book and one luxury item?Well, the SegaGuys decided to put a SEGA spin on it! What SEGA music would the lads want to be stranded with? What piece of ga…
 
Welcome to the second part of the debut episode of the SEGAGUYS Retropod, where after an inspired piece of tweeting, James and Dan decided to link up and give their top 5 reasons why their respective SEGA console of choice represents the era in which the Japanese giant was it's creative and most innovative best.Here we have Part 2, with James (@The…
 
Welcome to the debut episode of the SEGAGUYS Retropod, where after an inspired piece of tweeting, James and Dan decided to link up and give their top 5 reasons why their respective SEGA console of choice represents the era in which the Japanese giant was it's creative and most innovative best. Here we have Part 1, with Dan (@swooper_d) giving us hi…
 
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