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Category Archives: The House of the Dead
Electronica or Buttrock- What is Sega’s Musical Legacy?
As I listened to the final episode of Saturday Night Sega (RIP) recently, I was struck by the sheer variety of the tunes played during the show. Despite all the disparate styles of songs played, two genres were most prevalent: … Continue reading
Nickel-A-Play Arcade in Aurora, CO
Nickel-A-Play is an arcade about ten minutes outside of Denver, Colorado. You pay a $3.50 entrance fee, then you can play any arcade game (except DDR) for free. It is totally awesome and offers a ton of rad games for … Continue reading
Posted in AM2, Arcades, Laser Ghost, Stadium Cross, Super GT, The House of the Dead, Top Skater, Toshihiro Nagoshi, Virtual On Tagged arcade, Aurora, CO, Colorado, Denver, House of the Dead 2, Laser Ghost, Nickel-A-Play, Sega, Stadium Cross, Super GT, Virtual On 3 Comments
Happy Dreamcast Day! 99 Ways to Celebrate
Today marks the 13th anniversary of the Dreamcast’s North American debut on 9/9/99 and it’s a great time to celebrate this incredible and innovative system! 99 ways to celebrate the Dreamcast today (in no particular order): 1. Wish the Dreamcast … Continue reading
Posted in Cannon Spike, Chu Chu Rocket, Crazy Taxi, Dreamcast, Japanese commercials, Jet Set Radio, Magazines, Nick Hornby, Phantasy Star Online, Sega fans are awesome, Segagaga, SEGAROCKS, Shenmue, Skies of Arcadia, Sonic, Space Channel 5, The House of the Dead, Yume Neko Tagged 9/9/99, anniversary, Cannon Spike, Crazy Taxi, Dreamcast, Gundam, House of the Dead 2, Phantasy Star Online, Sega, Shenmue, Sonic Adventure, Space Channel 5 7 Comments
The Website of the Dead’s Exclusive Interview With Takashi Oda
The best House of the Dead website on the internet, The Website of the Dead, recently conducted an interview with series director Takashi Oda. The most interesting part of the interview to me was this: “After 16 years of the first … Continue reading
Club Sega (1997 CD)
“What’s that title? Ya ain’t know “CLUB SEGA”. Cool!” The text on the disc is almost as bizarre as some of the tracks on this album. Produced by the legendary Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Sega Rally, Rez, Sega Touring Car, Space Channel … Continue reading
Posted in After Burner, Daytona USA, Game music, Last Bronx, NiGHTS, Sega Rally, Sonic, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, The House of the Dead, Top Skater, Virtua Fighter, Virtual On Tagged Club Sega, Tetsuya Mizuguchi 5 Comments