Adam Doree relaunches Kikizo after 10 years in the business

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 1 August 2008 15:59 GMT

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Kikizo boss Adam Doree’s relaunched Kikizo after he released his first site – SegaWeb – ten years ago.

“Ten years ago today, I nervously flicked the switch of my gaming site and waited to see how the world would react,” he said. “SegaWeb was dedicated to coverage of the once mighty platform holder, just as details of its Dreamcast project started to emerge in Tokyo.

“The internet was a different world in August 1998, and so was the world of video games.”

As you can see, the site’s been properly overhauled, so go and give him some page impressions. Congrats, Adam!

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