For those who are brand new to Sega Does, please read this first. Happy 2018, friends! It’s a new year, and that means new goals and, more importantly, new perspectives. I’ve struggled to understand this site’s identity for some time now, but last night, I had an epiphany.
Gotta go to work. Oy. I gotta be real with y’all. I was excited to jump back into Sega Does, thus my hasty “Sega Does is Back!” proclamation, but… it’s not quite time to return yet. “And why?” they asked. The NES book is my first priority. I’ve been trying to push that […]
It’s true. I’m taking a break for the entire month of July, and I’ll be restructuring the site in August. WHY YOU ASK???
Hey there, Sega friends! I recently had an excellent article written about me by James Swift of Uncommon Journalism. I thought some of you would be interested in this, so I’ve included the link below. http://uncommonjournalism.blogspot.com/2017/04/welcome-to-next-level.html I’ve had a few interviews over the years, and while none of them were bad, James asked some […]
It’s November 1990. “Home Alone” is lighting up box offices, and another wave of Sega games is upon us! October 1990 was filled with mostly Mega Drive/Genesis games and a couple stray Game Gear titles. November sees the return of Master System titles; fingers crossed that they won’t be exercises in torture. Did you […]
Hey everyone, After nearly three years of Sega Does, I’m finally in the process of putting up the Dreamcast game lists. I’ve already posted the 1998-1999 Dreamcast page and I’ve added release dates after every title. It’s… different. Don’t get me wrong, I like the idea of the release date after the title, I’m […]
No more of this, unfortunately. Hey there, Sega fans! I just wanted to alert you that I have a new full-time job now, and you know what that means: less time for passion projects. This is not to say that the amount of content on Sega Does will decrease in the coming days, […]