The SEGA Addicts Podcast records tonight!

Tonight’s podcast is the first of an incredibly long series devoted to Capcom games on Sega consoles. Each week we’ll be highlighting four Capcom games in the best chronological order we can. This week we start with Capcom’s first four Sega releases which all appeared on both the Master System and the Genesis. The games are: Forgotten Worlds, Ghouls ‘N Ghosts, Strider, and Mercs.

Also, if you look to your left you’ll see this week’s poll which allows to you vote for your favorite of the four Capcom games. These polls will be updated each week with the eventual goal of determining our readers’ (and listeners’) favorite Capcom game that appeared on a Sega console. So get out there and vote!

We also want your listener questions! Please leave them in the comments below and if you have a questions about a future Capcom game I recommend saving it for when we get to the episode that highlights the particular game. It would be best for the both of us that way.

Readers Comments (5)

  1. Quickhits!

    Mega Man or Arthur (Ghost n’ Goblins)

  2. How better would these games be if you could play em by pissing?

  3. sufferlikeMattGdid December 16, 2010 @ 2:06 PM

    you should definitely see if Topher wants to jump on for this one!

    I know it never got released for a Sega console so feel free to chastise me, but what did you guys think of Megaman Legends?

    if you guys missed out on MML, the Capcom wiki says a game called Chiki Chiki Boys came out for MegaDrive/Genesis, I need a one sentence review from each of you regardless of any lack of experience with it.

  4. sufferlikeMattGdid December 16, 2010 @ 2:24 PM

    my bad, I got excited for the show without reading the actual post, ignore my Legends question for now!

  5. Hope I’m not too late on this one…

    Q1: Would you guys like to see a revamped Ghouls n’ Ghosts? In the style of, say, MediEvil? With the same crazy action and ability to die with two hits, but in a big XYZ environment? That would give me penile comfort.

    Q2: How would the Strider games change if you were a giant, obese hamster who used its butt instead of a sword? Would the enemies just stop attacking because of how awkward the situation was?

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