Tag Archives: Sega

The Geek Show - PX16 - Puyo Puyo Persona

PX16 – Puyo Puyo Persona

This week we hit the wall with gaming exhaustion at it’s most incomprehensible before finding our happy place. We start by getting elbow deep in the strange puzzle combination of Puyo Puyo Tetris, the cute-yet-gothic puzzle-platformer A Rose in the Twilight, and indie roguelike action-platform

A Talk About E3

Gamers rejoice! For E3 is almost upon us. A week of gaming news as all of the big developers run forth and announce their big projects for the upcoming years while giving us glimpses of some more immediate titles either via special playable demos or

Magic: The Gathering – The Returning

My first memories of Magic: The Gathering – the most seminal, burgeoning and ubiquitous of Trading Card games – are of walking into my local computer gaming store as an 11-year-old and wondering what all the fuss was at the back. It so happened, it was 1994,

The Geek Show - S12E09 - Pied Piper of Plinky Plonk Mixcloud

S12E09 – Pied Piper of Plinky Plonk

This week we have the most sedate game of musical chairs there ever was. We also discuss the music of Guardians of the Galaxy, how movies and videogames are playing follow the leader with their soundtracks, and anime music. Reviews: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend

The Geek Show - Episode 1 - Press X and Fifty Hail Mary's

PX04 – Kagura’s Mega Hitman Zone

The two Rob’s tackle the latest releases from the world of video games including Senran Kagura: Estival Versus (PS4), the Mega Man Legacy Collection (3DS), Hitman (PS4) and Project X Zone 2 (3DS). We also discover the difference between being a prude and going to

S12E05 – Space Rats Take ‘Roids

This week we dive into the past to uncover our childhood favourites. Along the way we talk about the classics and things lost in the mists of time, and from there we make some startling discoveries about our younger days. Well … Rob does. Reviews

S11E14 – Imbibe With Me

This week we get a little tipsy as we dive into the world of alcohol and other helpful potions that make the world a better, and sometimes worse place. Join us for an episode of drinking, and we may treat you to fighting and wenching

Shining Hearts – Shiawase no Pan

“Quod Subigo Farinam” – Terry Pratchett (Feet of Clay, 1996) Once upon a time Sega were a powerhouse of the videogames world, but these days they appear to have lost much of their former glory – mainly because their most visible releases are little more