SEGA Talk Podcast #63: D (1995) Kenji Eno Retrospective

We are dedicating February to Kenji Eno, the game creator and founder of Warp. Eno passed away 8 years ago and left a brief but impactful legacy on the game industry. On this SEGA Talk, Barry and George discuss 1995’s D. Learn how Eno got his start developing games, what led to the founding of Warp, and the crazy stories behind how his FMV adventure game came to be.

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2 responses to “SEGA Talk Podcast #63: D (1995) Kenji Eno Retrospective

  1. TKOhh says:

    I recently listened to this episode, and I must say, I’m intrigued by the game, especially since it’s available on Steam. I plan on giving it a try soon. I wish more obscure titles like this received a second-life in digital storefronts. I hope the sequels eventually make their way out to platforms like Steam in the future. Also, “Forgive Me Father, For I Am Sin,” is brilliant as a marketing line.

  2. I remember the time when SEGA became the most popular with contra and other games

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