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Sega Saturn Cheat Codes & Gameplay Hints


About the Sega Saturn Console

The Sega Saturn, developed by Sega, was a significant player in the mid-90s console market, first making its debut in Japan on November 22, 1994, before reaching North American shores on May 11, 1995, and later Europe on July 8, 1995. This home video game console was distinguished by its advanced hardware for the time, featuring two Hitachi SH2 32-bit RISC CPUs operating at 28.6 MHz and a dual VDP setup for rendering both 2D and 3D graphics. Such an architecture, while powerful, also presented a complex challenge for game developers. The Saturn boasted 2 MB of RAM and 1.54 MB of video RAM, alongside a Motorola 68EC000 sound processor and a Yamaha FH1 DSP, allowing it to support CD-quality soundtracks and intricate audio effects. Primarily utilizing CD-ROMs for game storage, it marked a shift from the cartridge-based systems prevalent in previous generations.

The Sega Saturn's launch and performance in the market were a tale of contrasting regional fortunes. In Japan, the console enjoyed considerable success, buoyed by a strong lineup of arcade game ports and popular RPGs. However, its reception in Western markets like North America and Europe was less enthusiastic, where it faced stiff competition from Sony's PlayStation and Nintendo's N64. Factors such as its higher price point, the complexity of its hardware, and a less appealing game library in these regions contributed to its struggles. Despite this, the Saturn has since garnered a cult following, particularly admired for its superior handling of 2D sprite-based games and its roster of unique titles, including acclaimed games like "Panzer Dragoon Saga," "Virtua Fighter 2," and "Nights into Dreams."

The Sega Saturn's innovative but intricate architecture set it apart but also limited its accessibility to developers, impacting its library of third-party titles. Notwithstanding these challenges, the console is often praised for its standout 2D graphics capabilities, surpassing its contemporaries in this aspect. The Saturn also supported various peripherals, such as the Sega NetLink, which enabled online play – a pioneering feature at the time. In retrospect, the Sega Saturn is viewed as a console that was ahead of its time in several respects but ultimately couldn't match the market dominance of its competitors. Despite its commercial struggles, it remains an important part of video game history, remembered for its unique contributions and distinctive game library.

Sega Saturn Cheats, Hints and Walkthroughs

2D0 Arukotowa Sandoahru
Addams Family
Advanced War Strategy: Strong Style
Air Adventure
Albert Odyssey - The Legend Of Eldean
Alien Trilogy
Alone In The Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge
Area 51
Bases Loaded '96
Battle Arena Toshinden S/Remix
Battle Monsters
Blazing Tornados
Blue Seed
Bubble Bobble
Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition
Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition (FAQ/Guide)
Center Ring Boxing
Christmas Nights Into Dreams
Clockwork Knight
Clockwork Knight II
College Slam
Command and Conquer
Congo: The Movie
Corpse Killer
The Crow: City of Angels
Cyber Speedway
Darius Gaiden
Dark Legend
Dark Savior
Daytona USA
Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition
Detana! Twin-Bee Yahoo!
Die Hard Arcade
Die Hard Trilogy
Dragonball Z
Dragon Force
Dynamite Deka
Elevator Action Returns
Enemy Zero
Evangelion Second Impression
F-1 Challenge
Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory
Fighters Megamix
Fighting Vipers
Final Romance 2
Fist of the North Star
Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball
Galactic Attack
Galaxy Fight
Gale Racer
Ghen War
Golden Axe: The Duel
Gradius Deluxe Pack
Grand Chaser
Greatest Nine
Guardian Heroes
Gulliver Boy
Gun Bird
Gun Griffon
Gundam Side Story 1
Gundam Side Story 2
Hang On GP '95
House of the Dead
Hyper Duel
Idol Jansi Suchie Pai
Idol Jansi Suchie Pai 2
Independence Day: The Game
Iron Storm
Johnny Bazookatone
K1 Fighting Illusion
Kaitei Daisensou
Kingdom Grand Prix
Langrisser 3
Last Bronx
Last Gladiator Pinball
Layer Section
Legend of Oasis
Legend of Thor
Lost World, The
Lunar: Silver Star Story
Magic Carpet
Magic Knight Rayearth
Manx TT
Marvel Super Heroes
Metal Black
Minnesota Fats Pool Legend
Mortal Kombat II
NBA Jam Tournament Edition
NBA Live '97
NFL Quarerback Club '96
NHL All-Star Hockey
Nights Into Dreams
Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge
Off-World Interceptor Extreme
Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty
Panzer Dragoon
Panzer Dragoon Zwei
Parodius Deluxe Pack
Pretty Fighter X
Race Drivin'
Red Heat
Resident Evil
Revolution X
Riglord Saga
Riglord Saga II
Rise of the Robots 2: Resurrection
Road Rash
Rockman X3
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 4
Sega Rally Championship
Sega Touring Car Championship
Sengoku Blade
Shining the Holy Ark
Shining Wisdom
Sim City 2000
Skeleton Warriors
Slam Dunk
Solar Eclipse
Sonic 3D Blast
Sonic Wings Special
Steamgear Mash
Steep Slope Sliders
Street Fighter Alpha
Street Fighter Alpha II
Street Fighter: The Movie
Strikers 1945
Sword and Sorcery
Theme Park
Thunderforce Gold Pak 1
Thunderforce Gold Pak 2
Tomb Raider
Ultimate Mortal Kombat III
Victory Boxing
Victory Goal
Virtua Cop
Virtua Cop 2
Virtua Fighter
Virtua Fighter II
Virtua Fighter Kids
Virtua Fighter Remix
Virtual Hydlide
Virtual On
Virtua Racing
Wing Arms
World Series Baseball
X-Men: Children of the Atom
Yakyuken Special
Zap! Snowboarding Trix
Z Gundam Mobile Suit Part 1


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