I’ve got to give the heads up to Kotaku for this one. I keep an eye on the European and Sonic City blogs but have completely neglected to look at the Sega USA blog for an age. If I would have done I’d have seen an entry about the best room in the world a lot sooner…
Tucked away in a tiny corner of Sega HQ the room was discovered by Sega blogger Clumsyorchid as he took pictures of the various departments in the building before they are due to move. Unknown to him at the time it hadn’t been forgotten by everyone at Sega HQ as Kotaku reported but rather it was just unknown by the Sega Blog team. Clumsyorchid talks about some of the delights found in the room:
The shelves are packed with games from all the great consoles of SEGA past, as well as games from competitor consoles. Each shelf is a bit deceptive in the photos, as they are all double packed with games behind games. While walking through the room, everyone had a game they found on the shelf that had a fond memory. There are too many games for me to pull up one that really made me smile among the whole group, I found myself more interested in the peripherals that I never had a chance to play with.
I’m in a huge rush this morning so don’t have time to post any pictures of the room here so if you don’t already know about this take a look at Sega’s Blog site.
This post was originally written by the author for TSSZ News.