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Sega Saturn Ports Aren’t Out Of The Question

By Spencer . June 30, 2010 . 11:39am

Sega’s back catalog of Genesis, Dreamcast, and even Master System games will be sold as digital downloads for current consoles. What about the Saturn?

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Lost Saturn Sonic’s Loopy Level

By Spencer . December 16, 2008 . 11:25am

Sega having trouble with Sonic? It’s been that way for years. A long time ago on console named after a planet in this galaxy, Sega was developing Sonic X-Treme which had a unique concept of rounded worlds. The result was a game that looks like a mix of Sonic 3D Blast and the PsOne game […]

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Virtual On joining Sega Ages

By Spencer . March 25, 2007 . 10:56am

Sega has a surprise addition to their Sega Ages line up, their mech fighting game Virtual On. You might remember Virtual On if you went to the arcades and saw the two player cabinets separated by a translucent black screen with handles to move around your mechs. Virtual On isn’t complicated and deep like Armored […]

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Watch: Baroque Opening (PSOne/Saturn)

By Rolando . March 14, 2007 . 5:29pm

A while back, I made mention of Sting working on a PS2 remake of their PSOne/Sega Saturn game Baroque. Out of sheer curiosity, I took it upon myself to see if I could find the opening to the original Baroque game on the Internets because, you know, you can pretty much find anything; and to […]

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Sting revives “Baroque”, a survival tower RPG

By Spencer . January 12, 2007 . 6:19am

  Back in Japan during the reign of the PS1 and Saturn, Sting created a survival horror game called Baroque. The game was set in a post apocalyptic world that was ruined by a heat wave. Found in the center of the world was Nerve Tower, which no one dared to climb. Obviously you’re the […]

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