Tag Archives: Sega
This is the fifth version of the To be this good takes ages. Previously I’ve published pictures of the three classic Mega gear shirt collection and the new polo with the same slogan. But hey, it’s a cool catch phrase!
My final t-shirt in the classic Mega Gear series from the 90’s with the slogan to be this good takes ages. See the other two here: The big S and To be this good. There’s also a new polo made … Continue reading
Back in the 90’s Sega sponsored the Formula 1 team Williams. Back then the team had the skilled drivers Alain Prost and Damon Hill, who went on and won the F1. A great match marketing wise for Sega to promote … Continue reading
I’ll conclude the track jacket special with a white one from Sega. They made this one for the release of Football Manager 2005, the first one in the series. Sports Interactive left Eidos and the Championship Manager brand, to work … Continue reading
Another 90’s classic. I’ve previously published a t-shirt from the Mega Gear Collection. This is another one with the tagline To be this good takes ages.
The incredible console Sega Mega Drive celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary in Europe. This t-shirt was specially produced for the launch in September 1990. Special thanks to industry veteran Stefan Lampinen from Speltjänst, who actually took out this first in production … Continue reading
Loud and proud! The big S! In Europe Sega used the slogan To be this good takes ages, referring to the company’s arcade heritage. During the 90’s Sega introduced a whole collection of Mega Gear clothes with the slogan, this … Continue reading
We’ll continue with the sports jersey theme. After yesterday’s expensive Arsenal deal we stick with Sega, but a smarter deal that made them kings of the manager category. Sega signed Sports Interactive, who used to do the Championship Manager series, … Continue reading
In the heydays of the Dreamcast a big marketing push was made by Sega. They invested heavily in sponsoring football clubs in Europe, including Arsenal and a deal speculated to be worth 12 million punds. The red home jerseys had … Continue reading
While we’re at it, let’s go crazy for Sega! This amazing video game company with roots in the 50’s and the arcade. Thank you for Phantasy Star, Sonic, Streets of Rage, Crazy Taxi and everything!