About the Article Series

Most of the posts on this site are self-contained, “one-off” posts, but occasionally there will be an entire series devoted to a topic.  The length of each series varies, as do the topics.

The entries on the Final Fantasy discussion:

  • The First
    Where we look at the games and the era that brought about the series.
  • The Second
    Where we look at the first game in the series.
  • The Third
    Where we look at ports and start a brief time-jump forward.
  • The Fourth
    Where we look at the end of one man’s era.
  • The Fifth
    Where we jump back in time and look at the games that led to that era’s end.
  • The Sixth
    Where we look at later titles of the “main” series.
  • The Seventh
    Where we look at Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy IX.
  • The Eighth
    Where we look at sequels and tie-ins.
  • The Ninth
    Where we wrap the series up by looking at later games and discussing the future.

The entries on the history of SEGA discussion:

  • The First
    Where we look at the company’s beginnings in the aftermath of World War II.
  • The Second
    Where we look at the beginning foray into playing video games at home.
  • The Third
    Where we look at the company building up steam to become a gaming giant.
  • The Fourth
    Where we look at the rise to power, and one man’s career with SEGA of America.
  • The Fifth
    Where we look at the rivalry between two SEGA of America Presidents and see SEGA rise to dominance.
  • The Sixth
    Where we look at ratings and the start of the infamous Senate hearings.
  • The Seventh
    Where we look at the repercussions of the hearings, and yet another innovation that would help shape gaming.
  • The Eighth
    Where we look at SEGA’s initial faltering steps away from power and one man’s position all but stripped from him.
  • The Ninth
    Where we look at SEGA’s hand-held systems.
  • The Tenth
    Where we look at SEGA’s brief return to the position of top-dog with the Dreamcast.
  • The Eleventh
    Where we wrap up the article series by looking at the company all but being put on an auction block and what happened when a gambling machine developer took control.
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