Well if you guys have ever heard of NintendoAge and AtariAge, then...
Is this some form of competition?
Where Sega had to leave, because their marketing was so horrendous, It's not funny(popping out systems left, and right, not supporting half of them, exc).
Needless to say, I doubt many Sega fans will like to be reminded about such things, every time they go to a forum(and see Seagaage on a big banner at the top of the forum).
PS. Trust me, that forum wont last long lol.
hopefully segaage will actract new members, like TheEdge, 17daysolderthannes, honey the cat. with quality memembers like thouse the site is bound to be a sucess.
*visual representation of forthcoming Sega Age
S A V E R U S T Y
I'm going to register there as 18daysolderthenSMS and tell everybody how I'm a fucking engineer.
that or "TheHedge"
Just did a who.is on this site.
The owner created it in March 2009 - I'm sure this is not gonna happen folks.
Last edited by The Jackal; 09-27-2010 at 06:28 AM.
If you guys didn't know, there's already a (somewhat) competing Sega forum: http://forum.sega16bit.com/
There's also the corresponding Sega8bit too. (opposed to SMSpower)
Segaage has been sitting idle for a good while though. I highly doubt it would be anything liek Atariage (which is a good bit more like Sega-16 IMO), Nintendoage seems a bit more average though. (at least more reasonable than a lot of other nintendo sites -namely ones filled with fanboys and such) They'd need some good, dedicated membets and organizers for the site, not to mention time. (but again it doesn't have an open niche to fill other than being more inclusive of other sega consoles with specific forums as on atariage -and there's a ton of SMS/Saturn/DC discussions on sega-16 already in spite of no dedicated forums)
Oh that, and Zoltor has no understanding of factual video game and computer history and seems to not only buy into vague generalizations and misinformation, but also spout it himself. (that applies both to Atari and Sega... and Nintendo)
That and he never even elaborated on why "segaage" would be a problematic name in general. (the assumption would be that it would be rather like Sega-16 but possibly a bit broader -at least in the aim, not that it would necessarily work)
As for the topic at hand & the betterment of his initial argument (attempting to clear up why Segaage might be a bad idea) I say the only bad thing about it is the name, and how it might possibly lead to litigation from the 'Sega Ages' brand itself, which is unlikely at best. Other than that though, more fan sites aren't bad for anybody.
What kind of cynical world are we living in that a guy's got to have a point to everything he says? Sheesh! Does "post count" mean nothing to you people???
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