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Segagaga Review by the HappyConsoleGamer

If you've never seen the late Japanese Dreamcast release Segagaga then prepare to cream your pants with Sega fandom glee. If you thought Sega Superstars Tennis was a love letter to Sega fans you have seen nothing until you have seen this. I've personally known about it for years (why do you think my old web comic was called Mangagaga?) but I still sadly don't own it. This guy in the video above however, does own it and he owns the special edition box set they made that contains all sorts of neat stuff like a set of pin badges for every Sega console. Way too awesome.

If your thinking the heaps of Japanese text in the game will put you off, luckily there is a guy who is dedicating himself to translating it. You can check out his progress at his 1up blog. He is also looking for help on the programming side of things, so if you have the technical know how and own the game you could help out! Once again talented fans are keeping the Dreamcast and it's games that many may of missed alive.


NebachadnezzaR said...


I've also known about this game for quite some time, but I still don't own it. One of the major reasons for this is probably the language barrier (I'm too lazy to check a faq every 5 minutes), but with a translation being done I might give it a go sometime.

fatherkrishna said...

Fabulous post Gagaman(n)!

I knew of this game, but this is a brilliant tutorial in the game.

I guess this is the Holy Grail of Dreamcast software, as the Divers 2000 is the Holy Grail of hardware...

Anonymous said...

That's a great review of a fantastic game!

Anonymous said...

Hey guys this is a bit shifty haha but our shop actually has an excellent copy of our boxset up for ebay auction for any1 interested.

Here is the link:


Thanks hope you guys check it out.

P.s. this aint spam :)