John Friscia

Shmuplations has translated a 1997 Sega Magazine interview with Sonic the Hedgehog co-creators Naoto Oshima and Yuji Naka, and it touches upon several events in the early days of Sega. As a result, we’ve got some nice, random new Sega facts on our hands here. For instance, some classic games like Phantasy Star II were made in an inconceivably small amount of time, as Naka explains: The whole reason the Phantasy Star project got started was because this specific team was really fired up about making an RPG, so we rolled that momentum into Phantasy Star II, but the pace […]

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