Originally called GigaDrive, the Saturn lived a traumatic life. Born into a problematic Sega family, it was the successor to the successful Sega Genesis. The console flopped. After the debut of the Nintendo 64 in late 1996, the Saturn rapidly lost market share in the U.S. Boasting complex system architexture, there will never be another console like the Saturn. Equipped with a dual-CPU and eight processors. This was state of the art technology. Development-stage errors trapped it as a 2D console, but left it with abundant power for 2D graphics. Its games in CD-ROM format allowed for long games.
Below is the videogame library for browsing at random.
6inch My Darling
'Dragonball Z: The Legend'
'Formula Karts: Special Edition'
Mobile Suit Gundam: Side Story 2
'Idol Janhi: Suchie Pai Remix'
Fantastic Pinball AKA Kyuutenkai
'NBA Jam: Extreme'
'Olympic Soccer 2'
Sakura Wars AKA Sakura Taisen
'Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3'
'X-MEN: Children of the Atom'
'Congo The Movie: The Lost City of Zinj'
'Elevator Action 2: Returns'
Real Bout Fatal Fury AKA Garou Densetsu
'I Love Mickey and Donald'
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Powerslave AKA Exhumed
'Quarter Back Attack'
'X-MEN vs. Street Fighter'
Coveni 2: Senkoku Chain Tenkaida!
Gekirindan: Time Travel Shooting
'Heir of Zendor'
Lunar: Eternal Blue
'Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge'
Pretty Fighter X
Radiant: Silver Gun
Waku Waku 7
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