The “wait” is over. No Limits is the thrilling sequel to last year’s The Next Level, starring A.J. Rosa, Mickey Mac, Shawn Morgan and Alex Gonzales, with Jessie Wyrick.
Shawn has decided to unleash Lucifer-Alpha on an unsuspecting SEGA West, which will be launched from his newly acquired star cruiser, the U.S.S. Uranus. Little does he realize that A.J. and Mickey Mac aim to kick his sorry ass into oblivion. Loaded with action, comedy, foul language and tasteless humor, this exciting short is proof that there are no limits.
After the break, check out the special Video CD release featuring a retro SEGA CD Saturn plastic box design that we have planned for No Limits, The Next Level, and My Life with SEGA’s reviews of Panzer Dragoon, Panzer Dragoon Zwei, Panzer Dragoon Saga, and Virtual-On.
Planned for release later this year is a special Video CD (VCD) containing extended editions of both My Life with SEGA short films, The Next Level and No Limits, as well as reviews of Panzer Dragoon, Panzer Dragoon Zwei, Panzer Dragoon Saga, and Virtual-On. The disc is playable on VCD enabled SEGA Saturn and Dreamcast consoles, as well as any VCD enabled player. The cover art is a homage to the Digital Pictures FMV games released on the SEGA CD and Saturn, and like the bizarre “SEGA CD 32X” games which combined the two Genesis add-ons, we’ve created a “SEGA CD Saturn” design for the VCD release of No Limits.
Since long plastic cases for SEGA CD and Saturn games are tough to come across, we’ll only have a limited amount available and details on where and when you can obtain one will be shared soon. We also have a cardboard sleeve design planned, in the style of the SEGA Saturn sleeves, which will include a download link for the long plastic case artwork.Ad:
10 responses to “My Life with SEGA: No Limits – online now, coming to SEGA Saturn Video CD later this year!”
Encoded in Duck True Motion?
LOL! Where’d you see that?
This was simply amazing
Thanks, Tails! I’m glad you dug it. 🙂
Are you going to be putting the video in Saturn cases? Where do you find extra saturn cases?
We’re simply snatching cheap games up at retro stores when we come across them, in the best condition we can find. Ideally, we’ll come across some sealed sports titles for a low price.
However, the standard version will be in a cardboard sleeve and owners can download the longbox art from the website and assemble their own boxed copy as well.
Thanks Barry. I was hoping you had a source for buying replacement cases.
Man, I wish I did. I’d love to replace 80% of my SEGA CD/Saturn cases. I have a few in mint shape (Sonic CD, Burning Rangers) and they’re nice when not scratched up and cracked.
Just might have to get one of these!
What’s the price difference between long box and regular cardboard sleeve?
We’re still working on that. The big cases are hard to come by, so we’re not even sure if we’ll be able to provide that many. That’s why we’ll make the art available here on the site so fans can print their own.