New Dreamcast documentary speaks with Masayoshi Kikuchi (Jet Set Radio), Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Rez), Rieko Kodama (Skies of Arcadia), and more

To celebrate the upcoming 20th year anniversary of the SEGA Dreamcast, the Japanese YouTube channel Archipel has decided to go talk to Japanese creators that worked on software for the Dreamcast. This is just the first part and the people they got from SEGA is pretty crazy:

Hiroshi Iuchi (Ikaruga), Kenji Kanno (Crazy Taxi), Masayoshi Kikuchi (Jet Set Radio), Rieko Kodama (Eternal Arcadia/Skies of Arcadia), Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Space Channel 5 / Rez), Tetsu Okano (Segagaga), Yoot Saito (Seaman), and Hiroaki Yotoriyama (Soulcalibur)!

Its nice to see some of these creators sit down and talk about their time working on the very iconic Dreamcast, pretty excited to see part two of this documentary series. If you haven’t seen Archipel’s content, you should totally check out other documentaries they have done.

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3 responses to “New Dreamcast documentary speaks with Masayoshi Kikuchi (Jet Set Radio), Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Rez), Rieko Kodama (Skies of Arcadia), and more

  1. Hitrax says:

    Part 2 is now out, just uploaded a few hours ago.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kzXSZTk-J8A

  2. Robert L Mims Jr says:

    Will a new Sega Dreamcast come out in America? been waiting on one.

  3. Debonair says:

    I take issue with the claim that ‘SEGA was American’ – they weren’t really, first off SEGA is the sum of its antecedents which were Goraku Bussan Nippon and Rosen Enterprises, so SEGA does have a western heritage but it is also has an Asian root too, part of its heritage comes from Hawaii in Honalulu which is a west Indian island under the administration of the United States.

    The reason they relocated (a good thing in hindsight) was because of a change in the law on the sale of gambling coin-op machines. Either way, it has a history of western as well as Asian family further back. SEGA’s parent company is CSK institute before a holdings merger with Sammy.

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