Sega Addicts Podcast: Episode 13 – Sonic Copies

Episode 13: The Official 13th Episode of the Sega Addicts Podcast is here.

And it’s ready to be downloaded by you. Or maybe not. I don’t really know if you’re going to download it. I sure hope you do though. It would make us all very happy.

Here’s the things we talked about:

00:00:00 – Intro

00:01:29 – News

00:30:39 – Sonic Gems: Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver

00:46:20 – Main Topic: Sonic Ripoffs

01:16:00 – Listener Questions

01:37:49 – Goodwill

Get it here.

Or iTunes.

Readers Comments (6)

  1. Thanks for another good episode and for answering my questions.

    About Rocket Knight that’s fair enough.

  2. I’m totally down for making an all fan/guests episode of sega addicts.

  3. I’ve been a Sega fanboy my whole life. The Dreamcast is far and away my favorite console ever made. I would LOVE to be a guest on the podcast.

  4. Also I’ve been looking for a Sega Saturn but keep getting outbid on Ebay. If you don’t do the contest and just want to sell it I’d definitely like to take you up on that.

  5. Ok, the way my screenname was said was EPIC. That might be my new text message sound. Thanks a ton for the answers, by the way! And I have to agree, Knux was probably the last good addition to the Sonic franchise.

    Oh, and Mr. Sterling, your reply was… Well, it killed me. WELL PLAYED SIR.

    Saturn contest? Well, I never had a Saturn, so having a chance at one would be great!

    And I dunno what input I could give, but hey, if you’re taking guest applications, I’ll throw my name into the hat.

  6. Nice that you mentioned Castle Of Illusion! It’s a celebration of code. You can discover many of the best parts from the Master system era by playing that game 🙂

    Being a Swede, the climate over here during the 90’s felt much different then in the states and maybe I was just a ignorant kid but I didn’t experience the whole “Sega does what Nintendon’t” atmosphere which people love to quote so much.

    If you ever wish to discuss the Master System in greater detail I’d love to help out. From a Swedes perspective of course.

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