*Note to cheesy voice-over guy...* Did you know that the company name was pronounced "Say-ga" and not "See-ga" you knob...
I played quite a bit of double dragon on my dad's "seega" master system back in the day.
Lucky you.. we had neitherv Segas, noe Saygas & Seegas around here...Oh, and let me add a link to your esteemed blog, now. Can't see how it slipped my mind.Cheers Joe!
Jihadjoe! Excellent name! I will check out your blog immediately!
HelloI happen to be the one who uploaded the Sega ad to YouTube, and I find it deeply offensive that you have found our language not to your liking.We don't give a fuck how you lot pronounce it, we pronounce it as "See-ga", and is commonly accepted in Australia. And that's how we like it.To you and your ilk, I say go back to your redneck town and die a painful, horrible death. One less idiot for the world to put up with.Have a nice day.
Australian here. We say see-ga. The advertisements said see-ga. I'm pretty sure even the voice at the start of some of the Megadrive games said see-ga.
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