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Sega Saturn (USA)

Sega Saturn (USA)

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Sega Saturn USA Roms - Release Date 1995

The Sega Saturn Collection consists of USA Titles across 21 DVDs, Cleaned up and working. Play all your favorites dating back from 1995 to the final titles ever released. The images can be played using "SSF" and "Satourne" Emulators on the computer or burned to a CD and played on the original console using a modchip or swap disc method.

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256 Games Included
21 DVDs 3D Baseball (USA)
A+M+O+K (USA)
Albert Odyssey - Legend of Eldean (USA)
Alien Trilogy (USA)
All Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas (USA)
Alone in the Dark - One-Eyed Jack's Revenge (USA)
Andretti Racing (USA)
Arcade's Greatest Hits - The Atari Collection 1 (USA)
Arcade's Greatest Hits - Williams (USA)
Area 51 (USA)
Astal (USA)
Baku Baku (USA)
Bases Loaded '96 - Double Header (USA)
Batman Forever - The Arcade Game (USA)
Battle Arena Toshinden Remix (USA)
Battle Arena Toshinden URA (USA)
Battle Monsters (USA)
Battle Stations (USA)
BattleSport (USA)
Black Dawn (USA)
Black Fire (USA)
Blast Chamber (USA)
Blazing Dragons (USA)
Blazing Heroes (USA)
Bottom of the 9th (USA)
Brain Dead 13 (USA)
Break Point Tennis (USA)
Bubble Bobble - Also featuring Rainbow Islands (USA)
Bug Too! (USA)
Bug! (USA)
Burning Rangers (USA)
Bust-A-Move 2 - Arcade Edition (USA)
Bust-A-Move 3 (USA)
Casper (USA)
Center Ring Boxing (USA)
Christmas NiGHTS (USA)
Clockwork Knight (USA)
Clockwork Knight 2 (USA)
College Slam (USA)
Command & Conquer (USA) (Disc 1)
Command & Conquer (USA) (Disc 2)
Congo - The Movie - The Lost City Of Zinj (USA)
Contra - Legacy of War (USA)
Corpse Killer - Graveyard Edition (USA) (Disc 1)
Corpse Killer - Graveyard Edition (USA) (Disc 2)
Courier Crisis (USA)
Creature Shock (USA) (Disc 1)
Creature Shock (USA) (Disc 2)
Crime Wave (USA)
Criticom - The Critical Combat (USA)
Croc - Legend of the Gobbos (USA)
Crow, The - City of Angels (USA)
Crusader - No Remorse (USA)
Crypt Killer (USA)
Cyber Speedway (USA)
Cyberia (USA)
D (USA) (Disc 1)
D (USA) (Disc 2)
Darius Gaiden (USA)
Dark Legend (USA)
Dark Savior (USA)
Darklight Conflict (USA)
Daytona USA (USA)
Daytona USA - Championship Circuit Edition (USA)
Decathlete (USA)
Defcon 5 (USA)
Die Hard Arcade (USA)
Die Hard Trilogy (USA)
Doom (USA)
Double Switch (USA) (Disc 1)
Double Switch (USA) (Disc 2)
Dragon Force (USA)
DragonHeart - Fire & Steel (USA)
Earthworm Jim 2 (USA)
Enemy Zero (USA) (Disc 1)
Enemy Zero (USA) (Disc 2)
Enemy Zero (USA) (Disc 3)
Enemy Zero (USA) (Disc 4)
F1 Challenge (USA)
FIFA - Road to World Cup 98 (USA)
FIFA Soccer 96 (USA)
FIFA Soccer 97 (USA)
Fighters Megamix (USA)
Fighting Vipers (USA)
Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball (USA)
Galactic Attack (USA)
Galaxy Fight (USA)
Gex (USA)
Ghen War (USA)
Golden Axe - The Duel (USA)
Grand Slam (USA)
Grid Runner (USA)
Guardian Heroes (USA)
Gungriffon (USA)
Hang-On GP (USA)
Heir of Zendor - The Legend and The Land (USA)
Herc's Adventures (USA)
Hexen - Beyond Heretic (USA)
Hi-Octane - The Track Fights Back! (USA)
High Velocity - Mountain Racing Challenge (USA)
Highway 2000 (USA)
Horde, The (USA)
House of the Dead, The (USA)
Hyper 3-D Pinball (USA)
Impact Racing (USA)
In the Hunt (USA)
Incredible Hulk, The - The Pantheon Saga (USA)
Independence Day (USA)
Iron Man X-O Manowar in Heavy Metal (USA)
Iron Storm (USA)
Johnny Bazookatone (USA)
Last Bronx (USA)
Last Gladiators - Digital Pinball (USA)
Legend of Oasis, The (USA)
Loaded (USA)
Lost World, The - Jurassic Park (USA)
Lunacy (USA) (Disc 1)
Lunacy (USA) (Disc 2)
Machine Head (USA)
Madden NFL 97 (USA)
Madden NFL 98 (USA)
Magic Carpet (USA)
Magic Knight Rayearth (USA)
Mansion of Hidden Souls, The (USA)
Manx TT SuperBike (USA)
Marvel Super Heroes (USA)
Mass Destruction (USA)
Maximum Force (USA)
MechWarrior 2 - 31st Century Combat (USA)
Mega Man 8 - Anniversary Collector's Edition (USA)
Megaman X4 (USA)
Minnesota Fats - Pool Legend (USA)
Mortal Kombat II (USA)
Mortal Kombat Trilogy (USA)
Mr. Bones (USA) (Disc 1)
Mr. Bones (USA) (Disc 2)
Myst (USA)
NASCAR '98 (USA)
NBA Action (USA)
NBA Action 98 (USA)
NBA Jam Extreme (USA)
NBA Jam Tournament Edition (USA)
NBA Live 97 (USA)
NBA Live 98 (USA)
Need for Speed, The (USA)
NFL '97 (USA)
NFL Quarterback Club '96 (USA)
NFL Quarterback Club '97 (USA)
NHL 97 (USA)
NHL 98 (USA)
NHL All-Star Hockey (USA)
NHL All-Star Hockey 98 (USA)
NHL Powerplay '96 (USA)
Night Warriors - Darkstalkers' Revenge (USA)
Nights Into Dreams... (USA)
Norse by Norsewest - The Return of The Lost Vikings (USA)
Off-World Interceptor Extreme (USA)
Olympic Soccer (USA)
P.T.O. II - Pacific Theater of Operations (USA)
Pandemonium! (USA)
Panzer Dragoon (USA)
Panzer Dragoon II - Zwei (USA)
Panzer Dragoon Saga (USA) (Disc 1)
Panzer Dragoon Saga (USA) (Disc 2)
Panzer Dragoon Saga (USA) (Disc 3)
Panzer Dragoon Saga (USA) (Disc 4)
Pebble Beach Golf Links (USA)
PGA Tour 97 (USA)
PowerSlave (USA)
Primal Rage (USA)
Pro Pinball (USA)
Quake (USA)
Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka (USA)
Rampage - World Tour (USA)
Rayman (USA)
Resident Evil (USA)
Resurrection - Rise 2 (USA)
Return Fire (USA)
Revolution X (USA)
Road Rash (USA)
Robo Pit (USA)
Robotica (USA)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV - Wall Of Fire (USA)
Scorcher (USA)
Scud - The Disposable Assassin (USA)
Sega Ages (USA)
Sega Rally Championship (USA)
Sega Touring Car Championship (USA)
Sega Worldwide Soccer '97 (USA)
Sega Worldwide Soccer '98 (USA)
Shanghai - Triple Threat (USA)
Shellshock (USA)
Shining Force III (USA)
Shining the Holy Ark (USA)
Shining Wisdom (USA)
Shinobi Legions (USA)
Shockwave Assault (USA)
SimCity 2000 (USA)
Skeleton Warriors (USA)
Sky Target (USA)
Slam 'N Jam '96 featuring Magic & Kareem (USA)
Solar Eclipse (USA)
Sonic 3D Blast (USA)
Sonic Jam (USA)
Sonic R (USA)
Soviet Strike (USA)
Space Hulk - Vengeance of the Blood Angels (USA)
Space Jam (USA)
Spot Goes to Hollywood (USA)
Star Fighter (USA)
Steep Slope Sliders (USA)
Street Fighter - The Movie (USA)
Street Fighter Alpha - Warrior's Dreams (USA)
Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA)
Street Fighter Collection (USA) (Disc 1)
Street Fighter Collection (USA) (Disc 2)
Striker '96 (USA)
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (USA)
Tempest 2000 (USA)
Ten Pin Alley (USA)
Tetris Plus (USA)
Theme Park (USA)
Three Dirty Dwarves (USA)
Thunder Force V (Japan)
Thunderstrike 2 (USA)
TNN Motor Sports - Hardcore 4X4 (USA)
Tomb Raider (USA)
True Pinball (USA)
Tunnel B1 (USA)
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (USA)
Valora Valley Golf (USA)
Virtua Cop (USA)
Virtua Cop 2 (USA)
Virtua Fighter (USA)
Virtua Fighter 2 (USA)
Virtua Fighter Kids (USA)
Virtua Fighter Remix (USA)
Virtual Casino (USA)
Virtual Hydlide (USA)
Virtual Open Tennis (USA)
Virtual-On - Cyber Troopers (USA)
VR Golf '97 (USA)
VR Soccer (USA)
VR Virtua Racing (USA)
WarCraft II - The Dark Saga (USA)
Wing Arms (USA)
Winning Post (USA)
Winter Heat (USA)
WipEout (USA)
World Cup Golf - Professional Edition (USA)
World Series Baseball '98 (USA)
World Series Baseball (USA)
World Series Baseball II (USA)
Worldwide Soccer - Sega International Victory Goal Edition (USA)
Worms (USA)
WWF In Your House (USA)
WWF Wrestlemania - The Arcade Game (USA)
X-Men - Children of the Atom (USA)
The Sega Saturn is a 32-bit video game console that was first released on November 22, 1994 in Japan, May 11, 1995 in North America, and July 8, 1995 in Europe. The system was discontinued in Europe and Australia in 1998, April 1999 in North America, and in 2000 in Japan.

The system was popular in Japan due to its successful marketing such as with the character Segata Sanshiro, while its predecessors, the Mega Drive and the Sega Master System were not popular there. However, the system suffered in North America and Europe due to a poor launch, extensive competition from Sony's PlayStation and the Nintendo 64, difficulty to program by third-parties, and marketing woes. It also suffered in North America from the policies delivered by former Sega of America president Bernie Stolar; such policies stated the condemnation of games such as RPGs, with Stolar's proclaiming that RPGs would not be popular with American consumers (despite the fact that many RPGs were huge successes for both Japan and North America alike), and 2D games as Stolar stated that they could not display the full graphical potential of the Saturn.

According to a July 2007 GamePro article, the Saturn had sold 9.5 million units. However in Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation and Transform Industries (on p. 131) it was stated that the console had sold 17 million units.

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Sega Saturn (USA) Works great on my model 1 Saturn once you get the timing to flip the discs. One game costs this much now adays.

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