You decide the next Sega Addict’s topics!

We’re coming up to our 50th episode soon and after that we will be taking a break of undetermined length. It’s been an awesome year of podcasts and I can hardly believe we’re already at our 50th episode but it’s the truth. The numbers don’t lie.

So, since we love our listeners we’re letting all of you decide what our last three main topics will be. We’ve hit a lot of topics in the last year but there’s still a ton of Sega related things to talk about and we want to know what’s at the top of your list. Just leave a comment below with one or more topic ideas and maybe yours will be the one we choose! How exciting! You’ll be in the history books!

We are debating having the 50th episode be a listener questions only episode so feel free to voice your opinion on that idea. If you’d rather have one more episode with a main topic we will gladly do that instead.

A big thank you to all our fans and listeners throughout the last year. Without you we’d be pretty lonely.

Readers Comments (7)

  1. Shining Force!

  2. I still think the “communicast” should happen. Maybe just get a ton of regulars answering reader questions with the main crew?

  3. I think anything other than Capcom and / or fighting games would be a good choice.

    I’ll try and narrow it down to something more specific.

  4. Sanaj:

    I think anything other than Capcom and / or fighting games would be a good choice.
    I’ll try and narrow it down to something more specific.


  5. You need to do an exhaustive Shenmue episode(s).
    And an episode focused on the arcade career of Sega, from the very beggining to this year’s AOU.

  6. Congrats on the 50th, guys. I’ve been listening since day one, always a pleasure. Here are some topics I’d like to see:

    AM2 Fighting Games (Virtua Fighter, Fighting Vipers, Sonic the Fighters, Last Bronx, VF Kids, Fighter’s Megamix)

    Panzer Dragoon (PD, Zwei, Saga, Orta, Game Gear Game)

    Sonic they Aint: New Platform Mascots of the 32 Bit Era (Bug!, Astal, Clockwork Knight, Mr. Bones)

    Master System (Alex Kidd in Miracle World, 3D Glasses, Kenseiden, Rescue Mission, Sega Card, Golden Axe Warrior, etc.)

    Alex Kidd (Miracle World, Enchanted Castle, High-Tech World, BMX Trial, Shinobi World, Sueprstar Tennis, All-Star Racing)

    Wonder Boy (WB, Monster Land, The Dragon’s Trap, Monster Lair, Monster World, Monster World IV)

    The Laura Harris trilogy (D, D2, Enemy Zero)

    Light Gun Games (Master System [Rescue Mission, Missile Defense 3D, Safari Hunt, etc.], Genesis [Lethal Enforcers, T2, Mad Dog McGree, Corpse Killer, Menacer 6-game Pack], Saturn [Virtua Cop & 2, Area 51, Maximum Force, HotD])

    Golden Axe (1, 2, 3, Warrior, The Duel, Ax Battler, Revenge of Death Adder, Beast Rider)

    Sega 32-bit Racing Games (Virtua Racing, Daytona USA, Daytona CCE, Sega Rally, Manx TT, Sega Touring Car, Hang-on GP)

    Working Designs (Sega CD/Saturn games, Lunar, DragonForce, Albert Odyssey, etc.)

    Developing Perfection: A 10 Part Retrospective on The History of Virtual Hydlide

    Oh…and Shining Force!!!

    [I realize you haven’t done Shining Force or many other RPGs because they do take a long time to play and unless you played them as kids you probably don’t have the incentive to go back to do them all, still they’re a key part of Sega’s history and it would be great if you could bring in maybe some guests or something to cover that era if you guys don’t want to drudge through it!]

  7. I was trying to think of a topic, and then I saw Grolt’s ginormous post (that’s what she said).

    I think the Shenmue podcast would be a good one, and you know that would flow into at least a second episode.

    However, I am a huge light gun fan, and I think this topic would pretty interesting especially with the Wii House of the Dead games, and the PS3 Move comparing to the light guns of yesteryear.

    I still hold to my opinion that light guns are better, but I also have a hard time letting go of the arcade world.

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