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Explore the Super Nintendo catalog at random with the intrepid Super Nintendo Exploration Squad. Every other week, a rotating crew of SelectButtoneers select a game from the SNES library at random. Afterwards, we discuss it using the five standardized metrics for scoring a video game: Gun, Vanity, Mystery, Poetry, and Harmony. We dive in deep on games you've never heard of with some of the brightest minds in video game criticism.There are also a healthy amount of digressions and unrelated ba ...
 
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Hello! And welcome to a brand new RetroPod, where this time James and Dan pay homage to the brilliant Sega MegaDrive on it's 30th (THIRTIETH!?) PAL anniversary. We discuss our memories of the system, our favourite games, the music we adore, and as usual through in plenty of banter to boot. There's also, as with our Saturn special, some fantastic ap…
 
On March 29th 2001, just two days before the discontinuation of the Sega Dreamcast, SEGAGAGA was released in Japan. The game was described as a 'Sega Simulation', allowing players to take control of the company and save it from the 'evil DOGMA Corp' (aka Sony), who had 97% of the console market. In this episode, James & Dan travel back to the 1990'…
 
And so, here we are ... the finale of the first ever SegaGuys Chronicles and the end of our journey though the Virtua Fighter games which appeared on Sega hardware. In this finale, James & Dan discuss the impact of Virtua Fighter 3 in both the arcade and the home, mull over the Dreamcast port and give their views on the work done by Genki, and touc…
 
In this episode, we discuss how OnlyFans is getting way too popular, canadian Anime, Camelot's Radical Dreamers Golf, killing your dad, pissing off fans of your most popular work, and getting a crush on a girl who physically abuses you. Oh, and we talk about Radical Dreamers Radical Dreamers is a sort of sequel to Chrono Trigger, and was essentiall…
 
In this episode, James & Dan pay homage to the wonderful Sega Saturn after the console reached the ripe old age of 25 in Europe on July 8th. The guys chat through their memories of the system, their first experiences with it, their favourite games, their most revered soundtracks, plus have the now mandatory Sega sing song and plenty of banter to bo…
 
Welcome to another episode of the SegaGuys RetroPod, where this weekend we continue our Chronicles series and our focus on the Virtua Fighter series, this time looking at Virtua Fighter 2. We discuss the origins of the game, our memories of the first time we seen and played it, the key gameplay mechanic changes in the sequel, and touch on the vario…
 
Welcome to the debut episode of our brand new CHRONICLES series, where James and Dan focus on a particular game or series and delve into it's history, various home ports, and personal experiences with the games. To kick things off, we present volume 1, focusing on the legendary Virtua Fighter series. In part one, we discuss the original Virtua Figh…
 
Rudie leads the SNExploration Away Team in a dark ritual to summon the ur-Salaryman to destroy the world, and/or edit the podcast going forward. They talk about Snood, wearing shirts, what it means to be a Salaryman, how shogi works, and rosters. And of course,NHL 97 & NHL 98, Thoroughbred Breeder III, Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 2, Shogi Furinkaz…
 
On this episode of the RetroPod, James & Dan give their reaction to the Game Gear Micro and ask how the hell someone managed to get it signed off for production. They also chat about the 'big' Famitsu story from June 4th, and give their opinions on what they would love to see from a SEGA arcade streaming service. As usual there's stories, tales fro…
 
It's time! In this episode, we discuss mostly things related to Zelda, including the color brown, the terror of getting stuck in the bottle menu, the adventures of a bully and a ball, bowling with bumpers, and the adventures in a tomato garden. And of course, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Starring VastleCania, Automatic Tigress, daphaknee…
 
In the newly minted Snexploration Away Team Podcast, our intrepid explorers play a game about explorers that's an interpretation of a movie about explorers...Congo The Movie: The Lost City of Zinj! Which is apparently a first person shooter on the Sega Saturn. They also talk about Michael Crichton's racism, earthquakes, wobbly polygons, Myth and My…
 
Remember the BBC radio show called Desert Island Discs? You know, the one where celebrities come on and give a selection of songs they'd want with them if stranded on a desert island, along with one book and one luxury item? Well, the SegaGuys decided to put a SEGA spin on it! What SEGA music would the lads want to be stranded with? What piece of g…
 
Celebrate BoM's glorious return with an exploration of the world's largest religion: Star Wars. The megadrivers explore with their usual deep reverevence for something that must be deep and meaningful because it's made literally billions of dollars. Specifically, we play the unfinished Super Star Wars port for Sega Genesis, and ask deep, existentia…
 
Remember the BBC radio show called Desert Island Discs? You know, the one where celebrities come on and give a selection of songs they'd want with them if stranded on a desert island, along with one book and one luxury item? Well, the SegaGuys decided to put a SEGA spin on it! What SEGA music would the lads want to be stranded with? What piece of g…
 
Welcome to the second part of the debut episode of the SEGAGUYS Retropod, where after an inspired piece of tweeting, James and Dan decided to link up and give their top 5 reasons why their respective SEGA console of choice represents the era in which the Japanese giant was it's creative and most innovative best. Here we have Part 2, with James (@Dr…
 
Welcome to the debut episode of the SEGAGUYS Retropod, where after an inspired piece of tweeting, James and Dan decided to link up and give their top 5 reasons why their respective SEGA console of choice represents the era in which the Japanese giant was it's creative and most innovative best. Here we have Part 1, with Dan (@swooper_d) giving us hi…
 
The Book of Megadrive Arrives again with a Halloween SPOOKTACULAR. Instead of playing the game we said we were going to, we decided to make a quick fun Halloween episode that imploded under the weight of the game being too goddamn weird. This is the second attempt. What we thought was a half finished piece of garbage turned out to be a sprawling ma…
 
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