Friday, 9 January 2009

The Gagaman(n) Is In The Building


One of the founding fathers of the Dreamcast Junkyard, Sega Aficionado, Multi-Media whizz kid, creator of the most excellent Sega Memories and web comic artist extrordinaire, the Gagaman(n) is all these things and more. If I'm honest, as a novice blogger, I was terrified of his criticism when I first joined the Dreamcast Junkyard and somewhat over-awed in his presence. The following achievements, listed below, might make you understand why...



Not only did he bring us Soul Calibur and Virtua Tennis as played with the Dreamcast's motion sensing fishing rod peripheral, the DCJY Wiki site, the DCJY youtube archive ,the Rummage series and so much more, I'm absolutely convinced he gave Sega the idea/impetus to bring out Samba De Amigo on the Wii!

I've wanted his encyclopaedic Sega knowledge and artistic/journalistic skills here from the inception of the Saturn Junkyard. Well now, two and a bit years later he's here. I'm absolutely filled with excitement about the upcoming possibilities that now lie in store over here at the SJY. Having slowed down towards it's second birthday, the site seems to be going through a renaissance in it's third year!



So now all that remains is for me to extend a hearty welcome to the Gagaman(n) and raise a glass to the future! Cheers!!!

7 comments:

The GagaMan(n) said...

Darn man, thanks for the booming welcome! Should of really asked to join a loooong time ago, really, but as of late the Saturn has been getting a whole lotta play time from me, mainly thanks to finally obtaining a Japanese system and one of those 4MB RAM carts for the Capcom goodness.

fatherkrishna said...

Great to have you here my friend, you've got full admin rights, so feel free to express yourself as soon as you like! :)

gnome said...

Welcome oh Gagaman!

NebachadnezzaR said...

Welcome man ;)

The GagaMan(n) said...

You're going to regret giving me admin rights, as I've already started to tinker around with the layout a little to my will, like putting the chat box higher up so I don't have to scroll a mile down to find it. =P

fatherkrishna said...

That's not a problem as long as the place retains its basic layout! If you save it before tinkering, you can always change it back if I spit my dummy out about the change! It's all good!

elend said...

Hey man, helloes!