Sundays with Sagat: Nice tan, Kyo - destructoid

Sundays with Sagat: Nice tan, Kyo

5:00 PM on 08.29.2010

Jonathan Holmes

Editor-in-Chief


Sagat no longer feels so alone.

On this very special episode of Sundays with Sagat, we have two very special guests. As you might have guessed, it's very special.

This video was created without the solicitation or any prior planning on the part of the Sundays with Sagat team (me). I just opened up my email, and BAM, there it was. While this is the first time that the series has been graced by the presence of Kyo Kusanagi (and his fetching companion), I certainly hope it's not the last. I'd love for him to be a part of the Sundays with Sagat reboot that's planned for mid-September. It could lead to chaos, but I'm willing to put all my cards on the table if it means marking the millennium with match like that.

And be nice in the comments, guys. It's one thing to give Sagat and company a hard time, as they're usually asking for it. Kyo doesn't even know that I'm posting this. For that, and for the usual reasons, he and his friend deserve your utmost internet empathy.

 


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