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[3k] Commodore Amiga 2000
[4k] COMX 35
[3k] Sega Saturn
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Sega Saturn

[15k] Sega Saturn with games

Type: Video Game System
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Specifications: Sega Saturn
Size: 260 x 230 x 83mm
CPU: Dual Hitachi SH2 (32-bit RISC) Hitachi SH1 32-bit RISC processor Saturn Control Unit (SCU) VDP 1 32-bit video display processor VDP 2 32-bit video display processor Motorola 68EC0002 sound processor Yamaha FH1 DSP sound processor
Clock Speed: 28.6MHz (SH2), 11.3MHz (68EC000)
Memory: 2MB (16 Megabits) System RAM 1.54MB (12 Megabits) Video RAM 540KB (4 Megabits) Audio RAM 540KB (4 Megabits) CD-ROM cache 32KB Nonvolatile RAM (battery backup)
Video Display: 24-bit true-color graphics, 16.7 million colors Supports. 352 x 240, 640 x 240, and 704 x 480 resolutions
Storage: Double-Speed CD-ROM, Optional 512KB memory cartridges for game save
Interfaces: High-speed serial communications port Internal 32-bit expansion port Internal multi-AV port for video CD (MPEG) adaptor Composite video/stereo (standard)
Operating System/s: n/a
Input devices: Analog control pad
My Sega Saturn

[12k] Sega Saturn

Acquired: Nov-1999
Status: Working
Condition: Good
Serial #: Recorded
Box: No
Manuals: No

I found this Sega Saturn advertised for sale on a local newsgroup, being that these consoles seem to have never taken off around here I thought it a good change to get one. At this time I've been able to get 18 games for it and I am always on the lookout for more. I've had some time to play around with it a bit and while the games I have for it are certainly not the best available on this system it doesn't seem all that bad. Certainly the controllers leave a lot to be desired, quite similar to the ones available for the 3DO systems a generation before this system. Out of all the controllers for consoles in this generation (Sony Playstation, Nintendo 64, Sega Saturn) I would have to say that I believe the Nintendo 64's to be by far the best, being both comfortable to hold and easy to use.


www.sega-saturn.com - This site features a wealth of news, reviews, previews and cheat codes for one of the best consoles that the world has ever seen, the Sega Saturn.

www.classicgaming.com - Online archiving of the Sega Saturn.

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