The triple threat of George, Barry, and Bartman sit down for a round table discussion of Sonic the Hedgehog’s lesser appreciated SEGA Genesis titles: the spin-offs. We cover it all! From Dr. “don’t-call-him-Eggman-yet” Robotnik’s breakout role in Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, to Sonic’s transition from platforming icon to pinball with arms and legs in Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball, to Sonic’s take on the classic Flicky formula in Sonic 3D Blast. Even the digital sticker book Wacky Worlds gets some discussion.
So join us in a walk down memory lane (or is that “pain”?) as we relive and dissect Sonic’s SEGA Genesis spin-offs!
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6 responses to “Swingin’ Report Show #59: Sonic’s SEGA Genesis Spin-off Special”
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Segabits, thanks for the podcast it was funny to hear you arguments about the sonic games.
since it is sega mega drive month who do you thing is best female character on genesiss. For its the one and only……..
Everyone knows its Nei from Phantasy Star II.
Every time I heard a track from Sonic Spinball in this podcast I wanted to punch my monitor. I usually love pinball games, but that game pissed me off to no end. And it was only, like, three or four levels.
Sonic 3D Blast was also the first game I bought with my allowance and I hated that damn game, too. So, Sonic games were the first games to teach me look out for quality.
Me too Matty.
Well that is nice, GameStop/Amazon what is the difference. Oh I know, I can’t get any real good comics from Amazon, if you know what I mean. Seriously Amazon, a cheap route.
Honestly they are book people, and do not love us. I wouldn’t buy any off the press from Amazon, or anything like that. Gamestop, took a bunch of beloved stores, and turned them into dumpster diving, they should call it dumpstop.