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  1. I'm in a charitable mood, plus I've got no way to test it with no Saturn in the collection or on the horizon. Just pay shipping. Thanks!
  2. I have a Type 2 Sega Saturn Phoebe Board with a 128GB Sandisk Extreme MicroSD looking for a new home. Card has Rmenu V0.2 preinstalled and is configured for NTSC-U games. I'm not greedy, just looking to break even on this after material costs, shipping and fee's. $200 shipped, using USPS Priority Mail in the US. Information on determining your Saturn type and installation instructions can be found at https://gdemu.wordpress.com/details/saturn-details/
  3. Hey everybody, I have about 60 games listed for the systems in the title. The games are mostly complete or factory sealed and there are some real finds included. All auction-style listings start at $.99 with cheap and combined worldwide shipping. Here's the link: https://www.ebay.com/sch/nebrazca78/m.html?item=133421890332&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 Thanks! [ebayseller]nebrazca78[/ebayseller]
  4. Cafeman

    Me and Saturn

    I loaded Shinobi Legions and have been relearning it for that past 2 nights. I have not played it for a LONG TIME. Probably not for 10 years or more. Quick take: it is pretty awesome and fun! Its funny to me, I remember taking note of the game's load times when it was new. Well , compared to Genesis cartridge gaming, yes there are some load times, but after playing modern games for so many years, Shinobi Legions' load times now seem negligible to me! The game is more fun, with better control, than I had thought. But last night, it locked up on the first boss. Then no disc would load - it appeared my Saturn would not spin the disc anymore or something. Was the laser gone? Did some mechanical doodad finally wear out? So I unplugged it, shot high pressure component-cleaning air into it, and then turned it upside down and did it again. BANG my Saturn was working fine again. Not sure how or why. I have been relearning patterns and subtleties of gameplay. This Shinobi plays differently than the Genesis games, even the ninja powers aren't accessible in the same way as before. There are different sword swipes you can pull off - press up + button, or up/right diagonal + button, or forward with button .. all different swipes. The animation is very good and overall its quite fun ... and HARD. I got to the boss on the mountaintop , after climbing hand-over-hand on vines and killing massive snakes and avoiding cannons. I can't remember if I ever got past this level or not, its like a new game that I've never played before. The in-game music is excellent. And although I used to mock the FMV's, I now find them very entertaining in a 'cheaply made' bad sense, and yet there are a few surprises in the cut scenes. One of them is when all the ninjas and a girl actually jump / spectacularly dive off a cliff into the sea - with real people! The cliff looks to be over 20 feet high!
  5. I have 6 PAL Sega Saturn games for sale. Shipping not included. These play fine on a US or Japanese Saturn with the Action Replay Cartridge. Feel free to send me an offer if you want one or more. All are CIB except for Quake (No manual) Die Hard Trilogy - Sold Tomb Raider - Sold Alien Trilogy - Sold Doom - Sold Quake - Sold Exhumed - Sold
  6. I shared a status update, but I want everybody to have a chance to get these! https://shop.hdretrovision.com/collections/component-cables They are excellent component cables and while seemingly expensive, I can confirm they work great! Be sure to do their 240p test on your TV before ordering, or you'll be disappointed... http://www.hdretrovision.com/240p
  7. Good day everyone. I've just posted for auction a Sega Saturn system with two controllers, memory cartridge and two loose games, as well as almost two dozen games as separate lots. There are lots of sought-after games here... Panzer Dragoon, Sonic R, Dragon Force, Nights into Dreams, Legend of Oasis, Night Warriors, Street Fighter Alpha and more. Shipping is to Canada only but I will combine shipping for multiple purchases. Click the link below to see everything I've listed for sale. Thank you!! eBay Seller: vanderveen88
  8. Papa

    Titan V cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This is our Titan V cabinet. It houses a Sega Saturn with 4 meg region cart, a region modded PC Engine Duo, and a SuperGrafx!! It uses wired Saturn pads and adapters!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  9. The retro hunt returns tonight at 8 PM ET!
  10. I have a Sega Saturn collection I would like to list through here on it's way to parts unknown. If you have items you are looking to trade let me know. I like interesting stuff. I collect mostly for 2600, NES, and Genesis/CD/32x. Books/magazines/swag from these eras are always high in interest for me. This first group of games was picked up in an auction and at one time must have belonged to a rental place. They are disc only in a case like those common to rental stores of the time. All games show light use but are all playable copies. Loose Games: The Crow City of Angels (has center ring sticker from rental location) $15 Virtua Cop $3 Virtua Cop 2 $10 Sega Touring Car Championship $4 Defcon 5 $7 Blazing Dragons $8 Scud The Disposable Assassin $4 Congo The Movie The Lost City of Zinj $7 Virtua Fighter 2 $3 The Need for Speed $5 In the Hunt $45 Battle Arena Toshididen Remix $4 The Lost World Jurassic Park $4 Heir of Zendor $5 Croc $8 Spot Goes to Hollywood $5 Iron Storm $25 Rampage World Tour $25 Arcade's Greatest Hits Atari Collection $5 I'm happier to negotiate the more you are buying/trading. Shipping is on you.
  11. Anna helps come up with domestic & import Sega Saturn Hidden Gems for Game collectors. Games Shown: Astal Magical Knight Rayearth Temptest 2000 Clockwork Knight 1 + 2 Necronomicon Metal Slug Soukyugurentai Otokuyo Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Pocket Fighter Manx TT We're having trouble coming up with reasonably priced Saturn IMPORTS for part two. Suggestions?
  12. Here's my unboxing and review!
  13. Up for sale are 4 Japanese Sega Saturn games. All of them have been tested but the cases vary in condition. The games included are: Sakura Taisen 2 (Complete with manual, paperwork and poster. Case has some scratches on it.) Tokimeki Memorial: Forever with you (Complete with paper sleeve and character cards. Case has multiple cracks and paper sleeve us scuffed up on the top) Virtua Fighter (has manual. Case has some cracks on the lower left hand corner on the front and a little crack on the back) Some Soccer RPG by Enix (Has manual. Case is severely cracked and the manual is creased. Being given away for free with the lot.) I'm asking for $20 plus shipping OBO PayPal gift payment only. I can ship anywhere in the contiguous US (Shipping would get too expensive if I shipped worldwide.).
  14. Hey all, selling off this batch. They are all largely in great to near mint condition, but I detailed any seen flaws below: Valkyrie Profile (PS1) - Two stress cracks on back, no manual, light surface scratches on disc 1. ($115) Fatal Fury Special (SCD) - Light crack on front case ($190) Mystaria: The Realms of Lore (SAT) - Cracked spine/hinge, no foam insert. ($55) Keio Flying Squadron (SCD) - Light fold in top corner of spine card. Comes with pictured case protector. ($1400) Please PM if interested. Offers can be negotiated, but cash is preferable. I'm based in DC and prefer local buyers. In the case of Keio, I am only taking local buyers until further notice. I'll update as items are sold. Thanks and happy holidays!
  15. Now before I go any further, let me actually this: I am NOT talking about a Saturn mini the way we have w/ PS1 Mini or SNES Mini. I truly adore Sega's systems (except maybe the 32X, but even that has Tempo and Virtua Racing Deluxe) and think the Saturn's both a marvelous platform AND is finally starting to pick up some mass-market awareness....but I don't think a Saturn Mini would sell enough to justify the production costs. Basically, knowing the Saturn itself only did about 9-10 million LTD, and knowing these Minis aren't selling anywhere near the volume of their original runs anyway...I just don't see a $100 Saturn Mini doing like 1 million (maybe more if lucky) would justify the costs. That having been said, I think there's room for Sega to do something genuinely interesting. Let's be real here; these Minis have a pretty big deficit against mini-PCs; yeah the mini-PCs don't necessarily look all that good (Dreamcade Replay anyone?), but for the price of a PS1 Mini, w/ a Dreamcade you're at least getting a much better CPU and iGPU, so if you hack them, you can run games from later platforms relatively easily. However, mini-PCs are staunchly non-upgradable, aside from maybe expanding their internal storage. Once you get them, you're stuck with what's there, and if you need more power, you'd either buy the latest mini-PC or just get a refurbished desktop PC (or if you're willing to splurge, build a gaming PC from the ground-up). This is where I see Sega and whoever they partnered with, have a good opportunity. They already have embraced porting lots of games on PC, and Steam support for MegaDrive is amazing. They've embraced mods and the Workshop feature is a stroke of genius. I honestly doubt they could do anything in a closed-off "Saturn Mini" that could approach that level of flexibility and reliability, without strong compromises. So what I'm suggesting is that maybe Sega look into selling something like a mini-PC Saturn-inspired replica system case, have a populated motherboard with expandable RAM, CPU options, internal storage, a Saturn-style top loading disc drive (but obviously much faster than regular Saturn disc speed reads), maybe even pack in a Retro-Bit controller. The user would have to supply their own CPU, RAM, extended storage etc. but it has the usual things onboard like ethernet port, USB ports, a microSD slot, SATA III connector, maybe even a PCIe port or two built on the underside (or a Thunderbolt port for external GPU hubs). Maybe they can provide a few Saturn games pre-installed on internal NAND the user can then transfer to extended storage, and put a licensed version of something like Medafen on NOR Flash so it can execute from there effortlessly. Since the user is providing the big components (power supply, CPU, RAM, storage etc.) it'd essentially be like building a custom PC, but in a mini-PC form, targeted at Saturn fans whom, let's be honest, tend to already be more of the hardcore types and aren't probably shy about messing around w/ PCs given all the bs you had to do in the past to get stuff like Saturn and Model 3 running decently on systems of the past. They could easily come in at a great BOM and still sell for say $99-$120 (if the controller would add too much, then make a version w/ a pack-in controller and one without). That would mean a motherboard probably not spec'd for the most demanding i9s or Threadrippers, but those people are likely going to want to build something of a beast in a full-tower case. I'm just talking something that can support the affordable x86/x86-64 CPUs of the moment, support maybe lithium li-on battery (bonus points for being rechargeable and playable w/o being plugged in, saving on yet another power plug if the user'd want), and most of all nailing the Saturn aesthetic and feel, at an affordable price to those looking to jump in on building say a low-or-mid-spec'd PC in a mini form factor (or add a eGPU through Thunderbolt or a PCIe GPU if they want more power, both of them would require their own power supply however). Really interested to hear what you guys think; mini-PCs are only going to become more prolific as time goes on, but there'll always be power players who want the advantages of customization desktop and even laptop PCs offer. Something marrying them both, especially in a design inspired by a game console, could be a game-changer and it'd effectively be a perfect bridge between the mini consoles, mini PCs, and deskop or custom PCs.
  16. I have to say I have played a lot of racing games but not until recently have I played Sonic R and it trumps all the worst racing experiences I have ever had. It does have one hell of a soundtrack though. What racing games do you feel is just as bad if not worse?
  17. Well, this is kinda cool for someone, although I suspect it might already be gone - - something like this won't sit long! A SEGA Saturn store kiosk that needs a little work http://denver.craigslist.org/vgm/3047695537.html And, here is a screen grab for the historical record, too - - Hope that helps someone! -a2a
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