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Podcast Episode #125 - Watermelon Games - Fonzie Part 2

Welcome back Gwénaël Godde aka Fonzie! The Watermelon Games chief talks with us about his plans to port the furious Sega Genesis / Mega Drive brawler Paprium to current-gen consoles and games business in general. Turn on, tune in, drop out! (Watch out for their Kickstarter launching soon!) Interview starts at 6:38 minutes

Posted by Nafcom on Oct 04, 2021 // Read more »


Video Interview with Tommy Tallarico

It's time for another bit of Scene World history - a talk with Tommy Tallarico: He is not only one of the most prolific game music composers of all time (think about Earthworm Jim, MDK, The Terminator, Aladdin...) but also CEO of Intellivision and a celebrated live musician with his very own worldwide concert tour VideoGamesLive. Enjoy!

Posted by Nafcom on Jun 10, 2021 // Read more »


Recording of the June 2020 livestream where AJ and Joerg played Sega Mega Drive / Genesis classics.

On June 7th,AJ and Joerg were live on Twitch.tv playing Sega Mega Drive / Genesis classics against each other!

Posted by Nafcom on Jun 12, 2020 // Read more »


Podcast Episode #51 - Digging Deeper with Tectoy's Stefano Arnhold

Tectoy is the producer and distributor of Sega products in Brazil, credited with keeping the consoles popular in Brazil long after their discontinuation around the rest of the world. Andrew and Joerg welcome back Tectoy CEO Stefano Arnhold for a deeper dive into the unique legacy of this company and their 2017 edition of the Megadrive. Also, AJ and Joerg fall into a sci fi rabbit hole.

Posted by AJ on Aug 17, 2018 // Read more »


YouTube recording of our last Twitch show: "Scene World LIVE: Tinkering with the Tectoy"

Joerg and AJ check out Tectoy's Sega Master System Evolution Blue and Megadrive Limited Edition.

Posted by Nafcom on Feb 07, 2017 // Read more »


Scene World mentioned on German TV in ZDF Heute +

Our staff member Nafcom spoke about retro gaming, the NES Classic Mini, Atari Flashback 7, and ATGames Mega Drive was also shown in the video

Posted by Nafcom on Nov 10, 2016 // Read more »