Tuesday, May 4, 2010
I love the Sega Master System. A huge chunk of that has to do with it being my own first console (not counting the household Ataris, which were technically my parents.) While its library has not aged nearly as well as the NES', there are still a number of really excellent games, and at very least, there's a lot of interesting history behind them.
So, myself, Andrew "Vysethebold" and Rob "Quickpaw" sat down to talk at length about the Sega Master System. And when I say "at length", I mean, AT LENGTH. Including music, the total running time is three and a half hours, which suggests we may have gone a bit overboard. But it's also an extremely extensive podcast, as we discuss pretty much everything related to the system - its origins, its accessories, and its most notable games, including Alex Kidd, Zillion, Wonder Boy, Miracle Warriors, Phantasy Star, Shinobi, Cyborg Hunter, Fantasy Zone, and many, MANY more. (Looking back on it, we forgot to discuss Snail Maze as we mention earlier on. D'oh.) Enjoy!