On this video episode of SEGA Talk, we are joined by SEGA Retro’s David the Lurker and Bartman3010 as we discuss the soundtrack for Sonic the Hedgehog 2006. While we all have our own mixed opinion’s about Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 as a game, it seems that most of the internet enjoys the game’s soundtrack. Now its time for us to talk about what the Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 soundtrack did right, what it did wrong and how it fits with the overall game. Join us and let us know in the comments below what you thought of Sonic the Hedgehog 2006’s soundtrack.
On this video of SEGA Talk, we discuss the time the city of Indianapolis wanted to ban The House of the Dead from sale, which the judge ultimately ruled in favor of SEGA. We discuss the case, talk about the differences between violent games on home consoles vs the arcades, plus much more. Listen in and if you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe to our podcast. Do you think that game companies should take extra precaution with game violence in arcades like The House of the Dead that are on display to public? Did you think House of the Dead seemed violent when it was released? Sound off in the comments.
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We return with another episode of the SEGA Talk podcast, on this extra spooky Halloween episode we look at the release of the 1996 light gun shooter classic The House of the Dead. We will look at the development, talk about the gameplay, tell you about its history and even talk about a time when the arcade game went to US court for being too violent. Grab some Halloween candy, pop in a copy of The House of the Dead , hit play on the podcast, and go down memory lane with us!
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The SEGA Talk Podcast hit the open road last week with the first episode featuring SEGA’s iconic OutRun. Now, as promised, we have our first SEGA Talk video highlighting our discussion of our favorite OutRun spin-offs! The OutRun franchise is unique, as while there are really only two main series games, there have been a whole assortment of spinoffs – all existing in the racing/driving genre. Learn our favorites in the video above, and in the comments below sound off on YOUR favorite OutRun spin-off.
On this very special episode of SEGA Talk we list our six defining Dreamcast games that everyone needs to play as the Dreamcast turns 17 years old today. That’s right the Dreamcast turns 17 years old for us SEGA fans in North America.
So sit back with us for this year’s SEGA Dreamcast anniversary and listen to us discuss our defining games and like always you can tell us your personal defining Dreamcast games in the comments below.
Welcome to our newest video series, SEGA Talk! Like SEGA News Bits, SEGA Talk features hosts George and Barry discussing all things SEGA. However, instead of detailing the latest in SEGA news, we bring on a guest to take part in a round table SEGA discussion. To kick things off we are joined by Matt from Tails’ Channel to share what we think the ideal Sonic 25th anniversary game would be.
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