The Sega Addicts record episode 54 tonight!

Tonight’s topics: Sega news and recent releases, Wonder Boy III: The Dragon’s Trap for Master System, aaaannd whatever listener questions you folks leave for us below!

See you in the funny pages! Probably not actually…


  • John Doherty

    How would you guys feel about a 3D reboot of the Wonder Boy series?

  • Manic Maverick

    How far away from the Mucky Muck have you guys traveled in this episode, and do you plan to travel further into the Castle Made of Clouds?

  • ninjajosh

    if Ryo Hazuki (Shenmue) was your best friend what fun activities would you two enjoy together? Also would you think conversations would awkward with him?

  • Josh Newey

    1. Has an insanely hyped Sega game ever disappointed you horribly?

    2. Have you ever been pleasantly surprised by a Sega game that you weren’t anticipating at all?

    3. We’ve all heard the rumors buzzing about a potential touch screen controller on Nintendo’s next console. If all this hubbub is genuine, what VMU-heavy Dreamcast franchises would you like to see revived on the system? How would you update classic in-game VMU functions for touch screen?

  • ninjajosh

    whats your favorite song on sonic R? can you sing it?

  • Nokout

    Has there every been a wonder boy game that has caused you so much frustration, that you put down the controller and don’t pick it up, for several years?

  • ninjajosh

    WAIT!!! i hav another question… well its just a link to the sonic generations for 3ds screenshots. the game is a sidescroller like sonic rush. the pics are from nintendo power

  • grolt

    Aww man, I miss checking for one day and miss out on asking questions about one of my favorite SEGA franchises. The Dragon’s Trap is seriously one of the best games ever, it takes a lot of skill to make a game where the same level can be played five times with all your different forms, and each time it renders a wholly new experience. Tough to not like any of the Wonder Boy games, as different as they are from each other, but III had the most polish and innovation. Long live the Meka Dragon.

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