Sega Saturn Archive

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Video Game Ad of the Day: Sega Saturn

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The infamous “naked chick” ad for the Saturn is a symbol of Sega of America’s attempts to be edgy in the promotion of the 32-bit console. One would have thought they’d be better off not rejecting the localisation of games people actually wanted to play.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: Sega Saturn


A lot of people blame consumer fatigue from failed addon consoles for the Saturn’s failure in the West, but the rather confusing early promotional campaign wasn’t exactly brilliant either. Here we have Ice Cube preaching the merits of the system.

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Cancelled Sega Saturn version of Atomic Runner Chelnov now available

The cancelled Sega Saturn port of Atomic Runner Chelnov – Nuclear Man, the Fighter, a 1988 Japanese side-scrolling action arcade game, has been found in prototype form and shared online.

The port was in development in 1997 and shown at the Tokyo Game Show, but was cancelled for unknown reasons. The title has now seen the light of day thanks to the SEGA Saturn´s Lost Games Recovery Program, whose team is dedicated to searching for lost and unreleased Sega Saturn games and sharing them.

Atomic Runner Chelnov, and artwork packs featuring mock-up boxarts, can be downloaded from the game’s release page for play on a modded Sega Saturn or an emulator.