Discussion in 'General Sega Discussion' started by Andlabs, Aug 25, 2011.
A tweet and image to add to Big Title's wiki page.
The plot thickens:
This is Jacky's (from Virtua Fighter) car. Apparently this clip was made to demonstrate Cinepak technology - the full video sees Jacky having a drink before getting into this car, and it was shown to an audience on the 24th March, 1995:
Stills from this sequence exist in the ever-so-pointless Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.2 Jacky Bryant. The car is also seen in a different FMV for Virtua Fighter 3tb on the Dreamcast, but it's only brief and nobody cares.
So technically Jacky Bryant has a cameo in Scud Race Plus. Or at least his car does.
Another Sega Press cover (vol 28) posted on Twitter, but it's half obscured: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D2aWLkIUkAAFclI.jpg:orig
Another one for our resident SC-3000 fan:
"Rusty French / G. Russell Holden Commodore VH - Bathurst 1984"
bleep bloop SEGA COMPUTORS
There's some 1:43 scale models floating around.
I think I was having a competition with myself for most obscure Sega coverage:
How about Sega's sponsorship of ITV's coverage of UEFA 1992. In magazine form.
This will get weirder at some point though...
How do you find this stuff?
The SG-1000 Junkard: Proof in Advertising #2 - John Sands Racing
Attempting to sort out our Blast processing page with only a vague idea of what I'm talking about. Good job I'm not the only one:
Nintendo Power got into the action back in June 1993, and even sought the help of an independent company to back up their findings:
Ooooh the SNES only pulls 10 watts out of the wall - it must be better!
In Japan, there are books about emulators. Lots of them.
Have we ever seen a MegaDrive Debug unit before?
Not like that
Today on undocumented Japanese Sega things I don't understand:
I got here by searching for Mega Drive Sparkling 1989, on the off-chance that "Sparkling" meant something strange in Japan (and thus might explain "Sparkling Zone"). It doesn't.
Dream Information #0, interior pages. Not the most exciting thing in the world, but always nice to see old promo material.
That kind of cross-company "collaboration" stuff is common in Japan. Joysound is a karaoke chain, their PR department probably goes around trying to think up new gimmicks to get customers to order drinks. Sega gets free publicity so they agree to it.
Uno dos tres
Not quite sure yet why Sega is involved in obscure 90s techno but there you go.
Sega sponsoring a band?... Maybe?...
Did a post on it, if you'd like a little further research
the ingredients for the mega drive and saturn ones are in the comments
which led to digging a bit deeper into the whole "playbit" points thing:
Looks like some sort of loyalty points program for sega games on mobile phones in Japan
Because I'm not entirely sure this has ever been done before,
through the power of wiki magic, I am able to confirm the existence of over 1000 Japanese Sega-related books. Guide books, art books etc. - supplementary material you have to buy separately. We haven't got placeholder images for all of them, but we're pushing 1000 as I post this.
That's just Japan. And it doesn't cover multi-platform books.
To complete Sega Retro, each one will need to be scanned cover to cover. It is unlikely to happen in my lifetime.
and now, the Super Robot Taisen F collection:
Excuse me but what the fuck?
Wow!!!... I didn't know these...
Various Sega Developer Docs
Thank you very much for sharing them ... I think we don't have these yet ...
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