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PresidentLeever
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Re: The Sega Saturn import library

by PresidentLeever Tue Oct 04, 2016 12:41 pm

Shining Force III: Scenario 1-3 (fan translated)
Cotton Boomerang
Batsugun
Battle Garegga
Soukyugurentai
Dragon Force II (fan translated)
Dungeons and Dragons Collection
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
Puyo Puyo Sun & Puyo Puyo 2
Metal Slug

Elevator Action Returns
Capcom Generation 2 (G'n G collection)
Bulk Slash
Gungriffon 2
Assault Suits Leynos 2
Psychic Killer Taromaru
Keio Flying Squadron 2 (E/J)
Bubble Symphony
Liquid Kids
Hyper Duel

Strikers 1945 II
Thunder Force V
Twinkle Star Sprites
Gradius & Twinbee Deluxe Packs
Princess Crown
Digital Pinball: Necronomicon
Sengoku Blade
Tenchi o Kurau II
Twinkle Star Sprites
Thunder Force Gold Pack 2 (TF AC & TF IV)

Super Tempo

Here's a list of exclusives and port comparisons I started making a while back:
http://626535750121256080.weebly.com/sa ... ports.html
http://minirevver.weebly.com/ - Mini-reviews, retro vgm tribute, rom hacks, chip music, mockups, misc. lists
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Re: The Sega Saturn import library

by Anayo Tue Oct 04, 2016 5:28 pm

Night Striker S: you fly around in a futuristic car armed with machine guns and rockets blowing up an army of goons. The graphics are kinda like Space Harrier.

Bulk Slash: you pilot a mech and blow up enemy mechs. It's very spunky and energetic, with 3D polygon graphics mixed with sprites.

Shining Force III Scenarios 2 and 3 translated into English: a 32-bit reboot of the Sega Genesis RPG. Only scenario 1 was released in the US and Europe, but fans made a translation patch of parts 2 and 3.
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Re: The Sega Saturn import library

by IrishNinja Tue Oct 04, 2016 6:02 pm

^yup, they translated the premium disc too if i'm not mistaken! can't wait to finally finish off the series proper.
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Re: The Sega Saturn import library

by Metal Jesus Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:33 am

I fired up my Saturn recently...and this is a great thread for finding new import games. Thanks!
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