My Life With SEGA celebrates 1 year with Technocop

On September 9th, 2011, the My Life With SEGA series began with the video review of the SEGA Genesis game Technocop. Since then, the series has grown, both in quality and in viewership, and is now a welcomed member of the SEGAbits family. To celebrate the one year anniversary of the series, AJ presents the first episode of the series and we here at SEGAbits present you with a contest: win a digital download code for Jet Set Radio on XBOX Live Arcade.

How to enter: Subscribe to the SEGAbits YouTube channel and comment on the video. It’ll help your chances if you actually comment on the video and don’t just say stuff like “I want JSR!” and “Gimme gimme gimme!”. One winner will be chosen at random on Monday. Good luck and enjoy the video!


7 responses to “My Life With SEGA celebrates 1 year with Technocop

  1. Dubba814 says:

    How will the code be sent? By e-mail or what?

  2. CrazyTails says:

    Haha you defenitly became alot better AJ :p

    • mylifewithsega says:

      Yeah, no shit. LOL! I was really depressed making that video, just because I was so excited to have that game back in my console after a decade….up until I played it and my warm and fuzzy memories were dashed into a thousand pieces.

  3. SlothMachines says:

    Even though it was your first vid, I still think it’s a solid base for what you established in future videos. It’s the simple touches you film such as showing you taking the game off your shelf. Showing your consoles, and putting the cartridge in the consoles. Also, the intelligently scripted yet casually spoken dialog. Where as most videos are just someone playing an emulator rambling on, repeating themselves. Great work A.J.!

    • mylifewithsega says:

      Thanks, bro. I appreciate it. Showing the console was a big thing with me. I don’t like emulators and, as a collector myself, I knew I’d want to see the real game in action. If I have the box and/or instructions, show ’em off a bit. Scripting the reviews was important because I’m prone to tangents. That much I knew. Still, this video is hard to sit through for me. I prefer Soul Star or the upcoming Virtua Fighter review.

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