When I wasn’t looking – April 24th – Sega Does turned a year old. I wish I had some celebratory shenanigans planned, but thanks to vacation and illness, I’m just happy to be alive.
What I would like to say, however, is that I’m continuously humbled by the amount of interest taken in the site. Sure, I’m not posting IGN numbers or anything, but for a site devoted to really old games, I do well. Thanks to all of you who read, comment, favorite. As you should know by this point, I’m very appreciative of all the interest in the reviews.
The podcast too has been another unexpected source of joy. Sam and I love getting together and talking about old Sega games, and judging by the downloads/subscribers, you love it too. Thank you!
As of right now, year 2 of Sega Does will look very similar to year 1. Reviews, podcasts, and curmudgeonly opinions, oh my. Later this year, we’ll be entering into the Mega Drive, and from then on, it only gets crazier/more amazing.
I look forward to continuing this journey of blue-tinted nostalgia with all of you. Sega may not be the powerhouse it once was, but Lord willing, its legacy will blast process through the ages forever.