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  1. Well can you? I know you can still browse the web and still play some games online with the Dreamcast, is this the case with the Saturn? Thinking of getting myself a netlink! I was hoping to do more with it than just shelf it. Thanks!
  2. I've got 13 Saturn controllers. The most anyone needs is 12 for NHL One of those controllers is a third 3D Controller. Does any game require both a 3D controller, and a 6-Player Adapter? (and not hard require, but improve the game in circle pad and/or analog trigger mode.) What is the largest number of 3D controllers I need to operate all Saturn games? I do have an Action Replay, so I can play games in any region, so include any game from any region. But try to find games that are not language dependent if there's no English option. A quiz game is highly language dependent, so don't include that. A grey area would be Chu Chu Rocket in a different language, where the question mark mouse would bring up a mode that displays a speech and text of the mode, and the first few play through you would have no idea what is going on, but as you get used to it, you can tell by the music and sound effects what mode you're in, but you'll be a couple seconds behind the computer in comprehending it. Finally, I know Golden Axe the Duel requires the standard controllers, because the analog triggers don't play nice, even in + mode. But most games work with a 3D pad as a standard controller in + mode. Are there any other Saturn games anywhere in the world that requires the standard controllers and doesn't work with the 3D Pad, even in + mode? Golden Axe is at most 2 players. Are any of them more than 2 players?
  3. I thought I'd discuss things about CastleVania: Symphony of the Night that you didn't like.
  4. Hey all, I'm interested in buying or trading for pretty much any sega saturn games as I am just starting my collection. I am also interested in obtaining original saturn boxes and a few dreamcast titles if i can get a lot with a system, controllers, vmus, games, etc. Shoot me offers on anything or link me to your for sale or for trade threads. I have an ambassador's 3DS with games, turbografx-16 with turbo booster plus, a gold nes, and some nes games for offer. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/216349-fs-ft-wii-u-turbografx-16-and-turbo-booster-plus-games-gold-nes-bundle/ Games I am really looking for now: Saturn: Panzer Dragoon II Zwei Panzer Dragon Saga Contra Legacy of War Shining Force III Shining Wisdom D Enemy Zero House of the Dead (Case and manual only) Saturn Bomberman Albert Odyssey Dragon Force Sonic Jam Sonic R Shinobi Legions Herc's Adventures Rayman Mega Man X4 Mega Man 8 Dracula X Hexen Doom Powerslave Quake Metal Slug Earthworm Jim 2 Radiant Silvergun Thunderforce V Darius Gaiden guardian heroes three dirty dwarves Legend of oasis Warcraft II Bust a move 3 Sega Ages and much more... Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure 2 Skies of Arcadia Illbleed D2 Cannon Spike Rez Spawn in the Demon's Hand Typing of the Dead with key board house of the dead 2 with gun All Resident Evils Powerstone II Bangai-O thanks for your time
  5. Came across this quote, regarding the hidden version of Tempest 2000 in Tempest X for the PlayStation 1: "I guess I feel safe sharing this 21 years after release: The hidden 2000 mode wasn't supposed to be there. Several of the higher ups involved mandated a lot of changes in the "X" mode that I didn't agree with. I didn't think they understood the beauty of Theurer's or Minter's versions of the game. I thought they were ruining it by putting their thumbprints on it with the bitmap monsters, Helvetica font, etc. I nearly lost my job over hiding the 2000 and Plus modes in there. Many key people didn't know about it until after the game had already hit the presses. But I'm glad I did. It's fun to see people still play the game. It was a lot of fun working with N on this. We also did Saturn and Mac Classic versions that were straight up Tempest 2000 ports. We also prototyped an M2 version just for fun. That never shipped."
  6. Hi, the INTV lot is 2 systems. I and III. 37 games and extra matrixes. what you get is in video form at: http://www.youtube.c...82?feature=mhee It includes Diner C.I.B. and Thin Ice. The second lot is: 2 complete in box Saturns. hookups, contollers, original flyers,one Saturn is for parts but complete, video output doesn't work. You get 25 games, to expand your collection. Most are complete. Nights W/ 3Dcontroller in box, DragonForce, Shining Wisdom, MegaMan 8(cd only), Sonic 3D Blast, Mansion of Hidden Souls, Mystaria, Virtua Fighter Remix(cd), Virtua Fighter 2, Virtua Golf '97, Daytona USA, Virtua Cop, Theme Park(case only), Midway Atari Arcade Collection(cd), Bubble Bobble/ Rainbow Islands combo, Soccer '98(cd), Hang-On GP95(manual) (jap), Choro Q Park (case)(jap), Dragon Ball Z (case)(jap), The Horde(cd), Nights demo, Sega Bootleg multi demo, Shining the Holy Ark(cd), Virtual Hydlide, Dark Savior(cd), "D"(manual), The Legend of Oasis, SimCity 2000, and a import graphicadventure game(case)(jap). I'm not looking to sell them, I am looking to trade them. One lot or both. Something like another system with some games. Just make me a trade offer.
  7. Looking to buy a Pre-Modded Sega Satun. I have a pro-action replay 4m so region shouldn't be a concern. Alternatively if anyone offers the service to mod a version 1 saturn (oval buttons) that I own I would also be interested. PM me! THanks!
  8. All prices are without shipping. I will ship to Canada. If you live there you know how shipping there works so its no problem for me. I will take trade offers from my wanted list. I will also consider other offers however please understand I will not be able to accept all offers. If you have questions please ask. All items are from a smoke free home. 2600 Games: (prices to come, still reworking this thread) Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes Porky's MASH Flash Gordon Kung Fu Master Sorcerer Fire Fly Fantastic Voyage Title Match Pro Wrestling
  9. All prices are before shipping friends and family payment. Add fees for goods and services. RAM carts included for xmen and both king of fighters games Take all for $150 shipped in the US. X-Men vs. Street Fighter $30 - Pending The King of Fighters 95 $15 The king of Fighters 96 $15 Enemy Zero $10 Grandia $10 Deep Fear $20 D $8 Creature Shock $10 Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner $5 Biohazard $15 Virtua Fighter Remix $10 Horror Tour $10 Sega Rally Championship 1995 $10
  10. I'm still narrowing down my collection to the things I really want to own. I just can't help but pick up things in the wild. Everything has a price, but I'm happy to negotiate. I like to trade, so if you have a trade list, or a few pictures of stuff you would like to trade I'd like to look. I do have somethings listed in my signature, but that is just what comes to mind as I'm looking at that page. Like most of us, I don't always know what I want until I see it . I'm always interested in those "How to Win at" books, video game magazines, Codemaster books, and the like from the SNES/Genesis era back. If you would like to see more images, or have questions please don't hesitate to ask. Everything here is tested and working as it should. Images are below the wall of text, more to come as I get to test to confirm everything is working. Next Up: Intellivision. Prices do not include shipping. Colecovision Console: $50.00 (1 controller works great, the other has a iffy fire button, original power supply, no video cable included) Expansion Module 1: $15 Cosmic Avenger: $13 Buck Rogers Planet of Zoom: $5 Zaxxon: $4 Centipede: $7 (no end label) Donkey Kong Jr: $6 Donkey Kong: $6 Venture: $4 War Room: $4 Mr. Do: $6 Time Pilot: $7 Lady Bug: $5 Destructor: $8 Popeye: $6 Sega Saturn Doom: $20 (disk only) WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game: $16 (disk only) Alien Trilogy: $15 (disk only) Mortal Kombat II: $17 (disk only) Daytona USA Championship Edition: $13 (disk only) Guardian Heroes NTSC-J: $40 Pocket Fighter NTSC-J: $30 King of Fighters 95 NTSC-J: $10 (missing back art) Space Invaders NTSC-J: $8 After Burner II NTSC-J: $10 Fighting Vipers NTSC-J: $10 Sega Rally Championship 1995 NTSC-J: $15 Japan Super Bass Classic 96 NTSC-J: $5 Virtua Fighter 2 NTSC-J: $7 Find Love NTSC-J: $15 Fighters Megamix NTSC-J: $5 NES Top Gun Second Mission: $4 Skate of Die: $4 The Legend of Zelda Gold Cart: $15 (see image, color fading?) The Adventure of Link Gold Cart: $10 (see image, color fading?) Ninja Giaden: $10 Q Bert: $9 Bubble Bobble: $18 SNES Super Mario World: $9 (see image, ink on front, light name on back) The Lord of the Rings: $10 Sim City: $7 Populous: $4 Gradious III: $25 (in box, no instructions, some other paperwork) N64 Mortal Kombat Trilogy: $30 (in box with instructions) NFL Quarterback Club 98: $6 (in box with instructions, and Extreme-G poster) Cruisn' USA: $16 (in box, no instructions, sticker on back of cart) [/url]
  11. I missed out on this baby during it's short life span, as I decided to jump ship and switch from Sega to Sony's PS1. Luckily I procured this very nice Sega Saturn MK-80000 from a friend of mine that was the manager of our local GameCrazy back in 2006. Sadly it was only in the past year that I truly began to appreciate the beauty of this system. So my library is rather limited, but I am slowly building it up. Of my humble console collection, this is one of my prized possessions. Enjoy...
  12. Hi all, and thanks in advance for the help. I didn't really want to sift through a lot of uncompleted Ebay auctions when I could get the collective advice of the experts! I have a chance to pick up some new in box Sega Saturn Controllers. Specifically, the 3D control pad kind. What's a fair price on these??
  13. I started a Sega Saturn instruction manual scan project over at The Cover Project: http://www.thecoverp...hp?topic=6791.0 Today, I started up my Sega Dreamcast project, and with it being Halloween, I queued up all of the "horror" related games: http://www.ratigators.com/ From here on out, I'll be pulling one from each end of the alphabet (similar to what I did/still doing for Sega Saturn). I also got a jump start on my Sega CD project, clearing out the "horror" themed games there as well.
  14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQoGZ0yEdOI&feature=plcp Above is a Video of my Game Room. I know it is a little small and stuff is crammed in there but I am trying my best. The drums aren't always set up they fold away into the closet for the most part. Please enjoy and below is a list of ALL my systems. Thanks for looking and if you guys know why my Jag CD causes interference when attached please let me know. It does it now and it did it back when my Jag was brand new with a brand new CD attachement so I am not sure. XBOX 360 XBOX PS1 PS2 Neo Geo AES Neo Geo MVS Sega Genesis Sega CD Sega 32X Sega Saturn which I forgot to mention, it has Guardian Heros in it. Sega Dreamcast Colecovision Atari 2600 Expansion thingy for the Colecovision Starpath Supercharger. Supercharger interface multiplied the Atari 2600's RAM 49-fold, from its meager built-in 128 bytes to 6,272 bytes, i.e. giving it an extra 6 KB, allowing for larger games with higher resolution graphics. NES SNES N64 GameCube Gamboy Adapter which plays Gameboy, Gameboy color, and Gameboy Advance games Atari Jaguar Atari Jaguar CD Gameroom Classics Mini Arcade Machines The Video is too dark to show a stack of loose 32X carts next to the boxed games.
  15. I know that there are alot of Sega fans here, so I wanted to share a video I did of my own experiences growing up with Sega consoles. What are yours?
  16. Anyone have some extra Saturn controllers they would be willing to part with. I am looking for Model 1 and/or 2 only, I have the 3d controller already.
  17. Send me offers if you want one or more. Shipping not included in the prices. Both King of Fighter games come with the RAM cartridges. Japanese Saturn Games: Biohazard - $14 Creature Shock - $12 D - $5 Deep Fear - $20 Enemy Zero - $5 Grandia - $10 Horror Tour - $8 King of Fighters 95' - $18 King of Fighters 96' - $14 Nights into Dreams - $5 Sold Christmas Nights into Dreams - $5 Sold Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner - $8 Virtua Fighter Remix - $5 Gamecube: Mario Dance Dance Revolution - $35 - Game is missing manual/paperwork - Sold on eBay Trades I'm interested in: Looking for the following CIB games: Gamecube: Spirits & Spells Pikman 2 Mario Party 4 Mario Party 5 Mario Party 6 Mario Party 7 PS2: Half Life Silent Hill 3 w/soundtrack Xbox: Capcom Classics Collection 2 Taito Legends 2 Namco Museum (Not 50th anniversary) Tecmo Arcade Classics Metal Slug 4/5 King of Fighters 2002/2003 Case/manual needs: Gamecube: Kirby Air Ride - Case only - Non Players Choice ( have the players Choice I can send your way) Xbox: Dino Crisis 3 manual only Dreamcast: Time Stalkers - Case and manual (or just the back artwork insert) E.G.G. - Outer big box (I have the inner big cardboard box - need the artwork) Odyssey 2: Math Wizardry book from Sid the Spellbinder (I am fine with it having writing in/on it)
  18. I was toying around with an inflation calculator and noticed that what Sega lost on the Saturn in its whole life span (267.7 million) adjusted for inflation still isn't as much as what Nintendo is losing on a yearly basis (around 400 million) with the Wii U. So how much poorer was Sega back then (more specifically 1992-1994) than Nintendo is now?
  19. marthbrightblade


    From the album: Sega Saturns and extra stuff

    One on the right goes with the box with the sticker, it's the one that works. One on the left the video is screwy with RCA and RF.
  20. I bought an inexpensive new copy of the Japanese Daytona USA Circuit Edition recently. I've played a lot of versions of Daytona USA over the years - the coin-op original, the Saturn launch Daytona USA (which I lost and no longer own), the North American Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition (CCE) on Saturn, and the Dreamcast Daytona USA. I guess I'm a real sucker for Daytona USA. Searching online for differences between the original CCE and the later import CE, I found some claims that the handling was improved on the import CE edition. On first play , I really couldn't tell a difference. So I decided to play the 2 versions back to back for a week and see what I could glean. Here are the results. Well, there is definitely a difference in feel between CCE and CE. In fact, it is a little bit annoying to switch between versions because of the different feel! I would say that the CE version is easier to control your car around curves and in power slides, and I prefer the CE version's handling. The difference feels like tweaked control, not rewritten control, so frankly its difficult for me to describe it, or to recommend one version over the other. In both CCE and CE, even with analog steering I still have to 'tap and release' the analog NiGHTS stick to steer,because the steering is pretty sensitive. I can't get my thumb to finely control the analog wand and move a micrometer's worth of distance; so I find my self doing soft analog thrusts left/right and quickly letting go, else I'd oversteer. I don't have a Saturn driving wheel so can't compare. In my fun test sessions of CE, I mostly drove the Hornet. I held X, or Y, or Z a few times (as the game loads) to see the dusk/night/morning color changes. This is a valueless "extra" in my opinion; I prefer the normal original colors. I bumped up the difficulty to HARD and played the Grand Prix 20 laps on Three Sevens - I came in 2nd place and it was a fantastic race! But the same is true of the American CCE version. So, what it all boils down to is that the CE version has slightly different control - I'm not sure if either is 'superior'. CE has alternate colors by pressing X or Y or Z (which, well, who really cares - I guess night is fun for a change). CE also has slightly quicker menu loads. And CE has slightly better draw distance, slightly less noticeable pop-up of polygons in the distance. Both versions aren't bad at all in this regard though. Remember , even the coin-op version had some draw-in in the distance. The single best thing which CE does have over CCE, and why I play only the CE version now, is the music! Doo-doo, doo-doo,doo-doo, doo-doo, doooo-doooooo. Daytonnnnnnah! CE has the original Daytona USA songs! I enjoy them much more than the remix versions. The NA CCE Daytona USA doesn't have the original songs - how strange! First thing I did was set King of Speed (original) to the Three Seven Speedway. Same goes for the tracks for Dinosaur Canyon (Let's Go Away) and the Seaside Galaxy (Blue, Blue Skies). I also noted that the two versions share the same save file; changes to music selections in one will carry forward to the other one, but since there are fewer songs in CCE, the song that carries forward is not the one I wanted. So I'd have to fix it each time I swapped CD's. Both versions are pretty good versions of Daytona, very playable (I've been playing the Saturn Daytonas for 20 years and still find it fun). Next I want to hook up the Dreamcast and play DC Daytona USA again, to compare while the Saturn games are still fresh in my memory. What do you think of the different versions of Daytona USA? c(_)
  21. I would like to start a thread, to catalog on AtariAge, my various Barb's Classic Console Dust Covers. You will see pics of my various Classic Consoles, with their associated AV / Power cables installed, which clearly illustrate that Barb's Custom Dust Covers will easily fit the consoles they were designed for with cabling still plugged into the units. Barb's Dust Covers are top notch quality and I highly recommend them. Her extensive line of dust covers can be purchased through her eBay Store: eBay Store: papa-nannysfunstuff Enjoy... Colecovision ColecoVision Roller Controller Colecovision Expansion Module #1 Intellivision - 2609A NES Vectrex UPCOMING SOON: Atari 5200 Atari 5200 Roller Controller Atari 2600 Vader Atari Heavy Six'er Intellivision II
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