The History of Segagaga | The Uncommon Valley

Segagaga may have died a premature death, but it still remains one of the best Sega games out there. Its storyline and its humor angle make it even better. Looking at its history, the game went farther than anyone could have imagined given a budget of two hundred dollars, and only two active years of development that seemed like a one-man operation more than anything as it was kept a secret. Find out the details about this game on this edition of the Uncommon Valley.