On January 23, 2023, I published this post. In it, I stated that I was committing three months to Sega Does, to see if playing and reviewing every game released for a Sega console was still something that interested me.
After years of false starts and broken promises, finally, I can say that I do want to continue on this journey.
A lot has personally changed since I first started Sega Does. Making time to play games and write reviews today has proven more challenging than I anticipated.
As such, I rarely hit my two-to-three reviews a week goal that I set for myself at the beginning of this year. One review a week was about all I could manage. I’m not sure that number will increase going forward either, at least not for the foreseeable future. This doesn’t thrill me, but better to put out some content than none whatsoever.
Basically, expect one review a week for now. Hopefully more if my schedule allows.
Speaking of content: the Sega Does Podcast is back. Yes, for now, we’re just re-releasing the older episodes (and you can find them on just about every podcast platform).
Later this summer, however, Sam and I will be recording new episodes of the Sega Does Podcast, picking up right where we left off seven years ago. Please look forward to that!
Also, if you want to stay up to date with all things Sega Does, please subscribe to the email list. You can follow the provided link or go down to the bottom of any page/post and enter in your information. I promise one email a week or less!
Lastly, I would love any and all encouragement, feedback, or constructive criticism that you have for Sega Does at this point. Please leave a comment, atta boy, or anything you’d like at the bottom of this post.
The future is now, everyone. Sega Does is back. Please enjoy, and as always, thanks for reading.
*cheers to the Sonic News Network for the featured image!
4 replies on “The Future of Sega Does. What Happens Next?”
Been catching up on back episodes of the podcast, love it so far! Hearing Sam talk about football/soccer brought a smile to my face and The Last of Us aside was brilliant. Looking forward to future new episodes!
I often peruse Sega Does (and Questicle!). Just great, no-nonsense resources for retrogaming. I appreciate what you do and the voice you bring.
Somehow I wasn’t aware of the podcast, I’m going to have to check that out.
Thanks Triforce 89, I appreciate the encouraging words!