SEGA Talk Podcast #27: Bug! (1995)

On this episode, we cover the unique SEGA Saturn platformer Bug! How did this wacky game come about, and what connection does it have to Sonic the Hedgehog? Travel back to 1995 with us as we discuss what it was like when this oddball game released.

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Swingin’ Report Show #95: Developer Kiyoshi Okuma – World Series Baseball 2K2, Gauntlet Legends, Strike Blazinger

Game developer Kiyoshi Okuma joins us on this episode of the SEGAbits Swingin’ Report Show podcast to discuss his work on N64, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC games. Kiyoshi has worked on games that include World Series Baseball 2K2, Gauntlet Legends, The Sims 2 as well as the upcoming Strike Blazinger!

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SEGA News Bits: Shenmue III Trial Reaction & Impressions

We’ve finally played Shenmue III, thanks to the recently released Kickstarter backer trial version, and on this SEGA News Bits we’re going to share our thoughts on it! How does it play? Are the graphics up to modern standards? What are turtle races all about? Watch and find out!

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SEGA Talk Podcast #25: SEGA Dreamcast – 20 Year Anniversary (1999-2019)

In celebration of the SEGA Dreamcast turning 20 years old in America on September 9th, we’re talking about the console itself on this milestone episode of SEGA Talk! What went on behind the scenes during the development of the hardware? What were the best launch games? How early did SEGA plan to discontinue the Dreamcast? Find out all that and more on this episode!

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SEGA News Bits Extra: Shenmue 3 Lan Di Revealed & Goodbye Old SEGA Headquarters

This week on Extra, George and Barry discuss new Shenmue 3 news, Team Sonic Racing‘s new track, SEGA’s old headquarters being potentially torn down and the release of a long forgotten SEGA Genesis game.

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SEGA News Bits: Junkie XL Scoring Sonic the Hedgehog Movie

Hear that? It’s the sound of Sonic the Hedgehog movie news! We recently learned that composer Junkie XL, of Max Max: Fury Road and Deadpool fame, will be making the music for the Sonic movie. On this News Bits, we discuss the news and whether we think this improves our outlook on the movie or not.

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SEGA News Bits: SEGA and CAPCOM Beat EA in Publisher Rankings

Metacritic’s ninth annual game publisher rankings revealed some good news for SEGA fans! Our favorite publisher placed second, beating out heavy weights like EA. On this SEGA News Bits, we discuss the top three and what they did to deserve their spots.

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SEGA News Bits: Sonic Adventure Remake Reaction & Discussion

On this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry cover a topic several viewers wanted us to cover: the possibility of a Sonic Adventure remake. We discuss what Sonic Team said about the idea and share our own thoughts on what a remake could feature.

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SEGA News Bits: What to Expect From SEGA in 2019

Just look at that header! If you were one of the SEGA fans yearning for the “good ol’ days”, we think you’re really going to love 2019. On this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry run through the many games we can expect from SEGA – from first party releases to licensed titles to stuff with a SEGA connection. Check out the video and afterwards in the comments below let us know what you are most excited for and least excited for in 2019.

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SEGA News Bits Extra: Sonic at the Golden Globes and Catherine Classic on PC

It’s the first week of the month, which means a preview of SEGA News Bits Extra! Extra is a weekly series for our Patreon supporters where we discuss news not seen on the SEGA News Bits videos.

This week we discuss Catherine coming to PC, the Alien Isolation storyline moving on without SEGA, ATV Slam and Sonic getting a shoutout at the Golden Globes. Thank you to our Patreon community for the support and consider joining the community yourself if you enjoy our content!

SEGA News Bits: Most Disappointing SEGA Games of 2018

It was hard enough picking a favorite SEGA game for 2018, but the disappointing ones were even harder. But hey, we gotta pick something! Don’t get too upset by our picks, we don’t hate here. We just get disappointed.

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SEGA News Bits: What We’re Thankful For As SEGA Fans

Happy Thanksgiving! On this SEGA News Bits we’re mixing things up by looking back on the past year and talking about what we’re thankful for as SEGA fans and what we’re looking forward to for the future of the company. We hope all our viewers (even the thumbs down guys) have a safe and happy turkey day.

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SEGA News Bits: Shenmue III Release Date Trailer Discussion

Shenmue III has a release date and a new trailer, and on this SEGA News Bits Barry and George discuss their reactions to seeing the trailer, what characters they spotted and how likely it will be that the game will keep its release date.

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