Monday, 24 March 2008

Oh, what a world!

If you're hunting for Saturn games but don't need official releases, Sega Saturn World has your hook-up. There are over one hundred games available on this site, including American, European, and Japanese releases. There is a catch, however... downloading games over 200MB in size requires you to pay ten dollars for a 45 day membership in the site's "Titan Club." If you can't cough up the cash, you'll still be able to get your hands on Saturn classics like X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Dead or Alive, and the previously mentioned Nazomakaimura: Incredible Toons.

There's also a lot of handy information about the Sega Saturn for those gamers who aren't comfortable sailing the pira-seas. The editors of Sega Saturn World cover the history of our favorite 32-bit game system, along with brief write-ups of unusual peripherals like the browser mouse (compatible with fifty games, none of which seem to be Nazo Incredible Toons...) and an inkjet printer (say what?!). Regardless of your motivation for doing so, this is a site you're going to want to add to your bookmark list ASAP.


Bruno Oz said...

For the games that you have to pay to download from, I use one of the site found here:

I almost always find what I want.

See Ya.

NebachadnezzaR said...

Sega Saturn World is one of the top sites in my bookmark, definitely a good resource for everything Saturn, but it's far from being the only site with ISO's for download.

I know of a lot of other sites with no download limitations whatsoever and if you're lucky enough to have an Underground Gamer invite you basically have the entire Saturn catalogue before your feet.

Still, that's a great site, specially if you're looking for general information about the Saturn. Oh, and the mouse not supporting Nazo Incredible Toons is a crime...

Bruno Oz, apesar de lá no fundo você estar a publicitar seu próprio blogue, valeu pelo link cara ;)

ArugulaZ said...

Yeah, I like to hit up SNES-O-Rama for Saturn ISOs, but they're more of a general emulation site.

Tell me more about this Underground Gamer site...

NebachadnezzaR said...

Never heard of UG? It's not a direct download site, it's a private torrent tracker. Being a private tracker means that you need to keep an eye on your share ratio (if you download much more than you upload you'll get banned) and you need an invite to register, but I can provide one if you're interested.

BTW, did you read my comments on your last post?

Bruno Oz said...

Como descobriu que estava fazendo uma pequena propaganda de meu blog?
:4 )
Que legal! Você é de portugal? Eu bem que desconfiei pelo post falando do joystick arcade.


fatherkrishna said...

More goodies to get our hands on! thank you dear Arugulaz! Now, all I need to do is learn that swap trick thingy and I should be away! LOL! =D