Sega Retro added another digit to its "content pages" count. I think we should probably care - we're cool and attractive now, despite Mediawiki's unique way of counting things. The 10,000th page was Burn Cycle, a CD-I FMV game meant to turn up on the Saturn. It's a bit trippy. Sega Retro documents everything related to Sega in agonising detail, from the super ultra mainstream to things nobody remembers to places which no longer exist to bits of plastic and metal. The old, the new, the things that shouldn't exist, the things that don't exist, the things we've had to prove exist(ed) and the documents showing how things exist. It's pretty great, and you should totally help us be more great. Though some pages are inherently great. Alternatively make this one great. . Because nobody else is going to, I'd like to thank the exceedingly brilliant people who have helped us reach this goal over the last five and a half years. We have enough of a foundation now to build a nice house, though if we want a mansion with private golf courses and swimming pools and an aerodrome (spoilers: we do), there's a lot of work that can still be done: Sega Retro:Todo Category:Sub-stubs Category:Stubs Special:WantedPages Yes it is a shameless plug - the Sega Retro wiki is over twice the size of Sonic Retro's.