The original Vice President second Administator of Sega Xtreme after Iceman2k/IceDigger, currently Emeritus Administrator (honorary only.) Webmaster of 3D0 Xtreme. FILE PHOTO. FILE PHOTO (updated for 2021).
Emerald Nova: What names are you known by in the Sega Xtreme and Sega Homebrew community?
Emerald Nova: When did you come into the Sega Xtreme and Sega Homebrew community?
RevQuixo: 1999 probably.
Emerald Nova: How did you find the community?
RevQuixo: Probably looking for ISOs. We had a very active IRC channel too.
Emerald Nova: What projects you have contributed to in some form? Who did you work with on these projects?
RevQuixo: I was an administrator / moderator during the period of time that Sega Xtreme was all about sharing games on very small sharing websites and private ftps. It was a terrible time of ISO/mp3 rips. It was definitely foundational to the scene that exists now.
Emerald Nova: Is there anyone you think is in danger of being forgotten or lost to time that made contributions to the community?
RevQuixo: I think mostly we were doing some of the first preservation work that would eventually lay the groundwork for much better developments.
Emerald Nova: Is there anything else you could think of that should make it into the Saturn Homebrew history pages?
RevQuixo: Back then it was all about being able to get things running...so it was modchips, swap tricks and region changing ISOs.
Emerald Nova: Do you have any previous history in game development or the game industry?
RevQuixo: Not really, other than on the enthusiast side. I ran vgrebirth.org, a very large game database that spun off of SX for a number of years. I'm still active in game preservation today.
Emerald Nova: Thank you for your time!