I Interview Steve Lycett and Travis Ryan of SEGA Superstars Tennis in HGZine

HGZine Issue  15 coverIn issue #15 of HGzine, I interview Steve Lycett, Executive Producer and Travis Ryan Lead Designer of SEGA Superstars Tennis. The full audio interview is available to play within the online magazine for you to enjoy as well.

HGZine is a free PSP magazine / DS magazine – it covers both formats and stands for HandHeld GamerZine. This free video games magazine is written by professional games journalists and you won’t find any of the content anywhere else. Inside you’ll find previews, reviews and interviews on all the biggest PSP games and DS games. The free PSP and DS magazine is enhanced with video and multimedia on the pages themselves, so it requires a PC.

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3 thoughts on “I Interview Steve Lycett and Travis Ryan of SEGA Superstars Tennis in HGZine

  • I’m trying to e mail Travis Ryan of Sega ragarding his Virtua Tennis 2009 PC designed game coming out soon. Could you send me his email addy or forward this question to him.

    Q: For Virtua Tennis 2009 for the PC (not XBox, PS3, or Wii)
    will the game coming out in September be online? I know the others are but there has been no mention of VT2009 for the PC.

    Please let me know. I have tried everything and cannot find an answer and noone knows.



    Gary Berman

  • Hello from Sumo!

    I’ve checked with the VT team (specifically the producer Toby Allen) and there are no current plans to put Online support in on the PC version.

    Online play only is supported in PS3, 360 and Wii.

    Hope this helps!



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