Presenting “My Life with SEGA: The Next Level”, a short film by A.J. Rosa

They took his game. The Holy Grail of SEGA Saturn titles….Panzer Dragoon Saga. Now, A.J. Rosa must go up against an old friend and a swarm of henchmen in order to reclaim what is rightfully his.

Starring Shawn Morgan, Mickey Mac, Doug Beamer and Alex Gonzales. Written and Directed by A.J. Rosa.

WARNING! This video contains action violence, adult language, obscure references and severe ass-kicking. VIEWER DISCRETION is STRONGLY ADVISED! Like this video? Subscribe to the SEGAbits YouTube channel!

After the break, check out, download, and print out the kick-ass My Life with SEGA: The Next Level poster.

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10 responses to “Presenting “My Life with SEGA: The Next Level”, a short film by A.J. Rosa

  1. CrazyTails says:

    loved it

    • mylifewithsega says:

      Thanks, bro! Here’s hoping the sequel’s just as good….whenever the Hell that happens. LOL!

  2. Shigs says:

    Panzer Dragoon Saga is totally worth wrecking a car and killing some dudes for.XD

    BTW, what game was used for the driving footage?

    • mylifewithsega says:

      I totally agree. Hahaha!

      The game I used was Driv3r for PS2. I also used Driver for the profile shots of me in the car. Driv3r had the replay/director mode that was featured in the first game. Made hundreds of car chases back in the day. That’s what gave me the idea to use it.

  3. Kevin-N says:

    Great AJ, from scorpionbe on tube 😉

  4. Shigs says:

    The one critique I’d make is that since your realistic gun just basically looks like it shoots lazers, I’d have gone with a Master System Light Phaser. XD

    • mylifewithsega says:

      That would have required me ripping the cord out from the butt, which is why I didn’t use the either the Light Phaser or Stunner. That was NOT happening. LOL!

  5. SlothMachines says:

    haha, the Skyfall inspired poster is awesome. I did a double take to notice the VMU falling out of your pocket.

    • mylifewithsega says:

      The VMU was totally Barry. He did an incredible job. I’m gonna’ print it out for when I show the short in August.

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