This week we’re taking a look at some of the more obscure releases of Sega’s penultimate console, the Sega Saturn.
The Saturn had the misfortune of competing with the PlayStation and later the Nintendo 64 but is renowned for a strange reason. Its marketing pointed to a September 1995 release, but during E3 of that year Sega announced the console was available immediately, effectively cutting the prep-time of Sega’s assorted retail partners by fourt months. It was a move that ultimately doomed it.
The system is considered a commercial failure by most standards, but it is home to a few enduring classics like the Panzer Dragoon series and Nights. Unfortunately, we don’t look at either of those games, and instead grab a bunch of random games that look promising. We start with Enemy Zero (which has a surprising connection to our current Super Replay) before moving on to lesser known Saturn games like Three Dirty Dwarves. Enjoy!
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