Help kickstart SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works

2013 appears to be the year of SEGA Kickstarter campaigns. We’ve had Not Enough Rings, Redux: Dark Matters, and now we have SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works. Darren Wall, the UK man behind the campaign, is attempting to create what he describes as the “definitive volume” of the SEGA Mega Drive. The end product will be a book, officially licensed by SEGA, containing “an unparalleled treasury of production artwork, interviews, development sketches and hardware manufacturing plans”. The project also promises:

It will also include over 20 exclusive interviews with original SEGA team members – many of whom have never been interviewed before – a foreword by industry legend Dave Perry and an insightful 10,000-word piece by Keith Stuart (Games Editor for the Guardian and regular contributor to Edge) on the machine that changed the landscape of gaming forever.

The book will showcase a wealth of SEGA’s 16-bit titles, from blockbuster games such as Bare Knuckle/Streets of Rage, Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, Gunstar Heroes, The Super Shinobi/Revenge of Shinobi and Golden Axe through to cult gems such as Rent-a-Hero, Vectorman and DecapAttack.

Darren Wall shouldn’t have any problem with meeting his £30,000 goal, as at the time of writing this there is 27 days remaining and he is only £10 away from completion. Head on over to the campaign page and show your support! We’ll keep you updated on the project as it progresses.

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2 responses to “Help kickstart SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works

  1. Bub says:

    Not a big fan of how the jap text basically goes like
    MEGADO RAIBU

    Which suggests the creator is a clueless idiot who used Google Translate wrongly

    • oopa says:

      Wow.

      Yeah, let them scrap the whole idea because the, “jap text”, (it’s a slur to many people) isn’t correct. Something that would surely be ironed out before the project was finished.

      ROM did a great job with their Sensible Software book. I really enjoyed it, and I’m a big fan of SWOS.

      It’s my first time on the site, and I’m really happy to have found it, (did a search for an old Dreamcast forum on Google), but I hope you aren’t representative of most people that visit here.

      Peace.

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