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Saturday Morning Sega: March 26th, 2016

March 26, 2016

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It’s the weekend yet again, which means it’s time for Saturday Morning Sega for March 26th, 2016!

Saturday Morning Sega is our regular column designed to get you pumped up for the weekend with some of the best new creations from the Sega fan community. If you have something you’d like to submit for next week’s column, contact us!


Kyoto University Electone Sircle members performing a live cover of Shenmue’s Shenhua Theme.

Shenhua Theme Live Performance (Kyoto University Electone Sircle)

•Some Sonic and Tails fan art by エイムエフ (Eimuefu).

sonic and tails fan art by エイムエフ

•Gum fan art by Hatsudayo.

gum fan art by  Hatsudayo

•Some World End Eclipse fan art by Natsuko Watanabe.

the world end eclipse fan art by Natsuko Watanabe

•Bayonetta fan art by SplashBrush.

bayonetta fan art by splashbrush

SilverSlinger has created this dogtag featuring Sonic and his seven emeralds. He’s apparently selling them in his Etsy shop if you want one.

sonic emeralds dog tag by silverslinger

•This one’s an older piece from 2011, but someone just brought it to my attention. A nice piece of Musha Aleste: Full Metal Fighter Ellinor fan art by kawasaking.

Musha Aleste: Full Metal Fighter Ellinor fanart by kawasaking

•SegaBits has posted a piece from new writer Moody on composer Tomoko Sasaki, who worked on the NiGHTS series, Ristar, Burning Rangers, and Roommania #203.

•Ken Horowitz over at Sega-16 posted a great behind the scenes piece on the Genesis game Chakan The Foreverman.

•Overclocked Remix has released a new album titled BaddAss Volume III where you can find two fresh Vectorman remixes. Head over here to download the album for free.

Soundole VGM Covers and Lord Bif collaborated on this relaxing cover of “Star Light Zone” from Sonic the Hedgehog featuring an Electric Wind Instrument.

Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis) - 'Star Light Zone' EWI Cover Ft. Lord Bif Music

That’s it for this week’s column. You can check out all of the older editions here.

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