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Mega Visions Show Episode 71: Understanding the Concept of Love

In this week’s Mega Visions Show:

It’s Valentine’s Day and Jet Set Radio Future’s anniversary is just around the corner, so the MV Boyz understand, understand, understand the concept of love, with one of SEGA’s best-loved sequels and question why the heck it hasn’t seen a re-release yet! Plus, Nintendo needs to sort out its online gameplay. Scotty gets motion sickness from a SEGA Saturn game. And the team gets confused over how to pronounce Richard Jacques’ name.

Speaking of Jet Set Radio and all iterations, here are the indie games we mentioned, and the review Scotty did of a Jet Set-inspired album:
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Neon Tail
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk
VeraFX – Jet Set Radio Revolution

What does SEGA’s future of gaming hold? Well come join the chat as the MV Boyz talk about SEGA’s 2021 releases. And what games would be awesome with extra characters or a ‘& Knuckles’ mode?

Plus if you thought the Game Gear Micro was small, you need to see what stupid thing Graham bought recently! All that and more in this week’s show.

You can catch up on the Sonic Shuffle Marathon right here! Thank you so much for helping us surpass $1,500 between our Team page and personal fundraisers!

Let us know what you think of this week’s episode and the changes by joining our Discord!

Last, but definitely not least, thanks to all you amazing people, our proceeds towards the NAACP Legal Defense Fund totaled $365 in June! If you need any other resources going forward, please check out this site here. And support these awesome black game developers!

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ScottyMo

Been playing Sega forever with a few of his favorites including Sonic 3, Saturn Bomberman, and Zero Tolerance. Scotty has written about Sega and hosted Sega-themed podcasts the better part of the last decade and can sometimes be seen on stage behind a drum kit.

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