Where to Download Sega Saturn Game ISOs

Once you get your hands on a modchip for your Sega Saturn, you can’t help be overtaken by the urge to collect more 32-bit goodness. Because of this, I’ve had a few people asking where they can start buiding up their Sega Saturn ISO collection.

Well, I’ll get you started with a few places…

In my opinion, one of the easiest and quickest way to get a reliable stream of Saturn games is using the BitTorrent protocol and visiting these two sites:
Underground Gamer
SegaHub

In the past, I’ve had success using DC++ (a Direct Connect client) and visiting these two hubs:
Sega Palace (yamiyugi.dyndns.org:412)
Classic Sega (classicsega.homeunix.com)

If you have more suggestions on where to get Saturn ISOs, please feel free to share in the comments section.

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28 Comments

whileheavenwept says:

http://www.sega-saturn.us is a fantastic place for all your saturn needs.

Thanks for all the useful suggestions. I can’t afford to collect the majority or ‘rare’ originals from places like ebay so i generally collect the ntsc-j versions (e.g. panzer dragoon azel) so i will be dowbloading a few of the Western versions this holiday!

Joshua says:

Well, I might as well throw my two cents in… I still own my sega saturn and other systems, but they don’t all work anymore and I do not feel the need to buy another when I can just download the ones I want… My Saturn and Dreamcast, for example, have decided to stop working, so downloading shining force 3, or other games, does not bother me that someone isn’t getting paid for it! I’ve already paid once… These two systems were sweet when they first came out, but are now obselete (cuz I have a PS3… hehe). So, no, I dont see it as being bad, or wrong… Sega did it to themselves. As for the other systems… just buy it. They are cheap. If you can’t, then go back to school or get a better job like I did. Yes, it’s that simple. Shining force… always my favorite. Always will be. I’m still mad they didn’t bring the third, scenario 2&3 to the states, so thats where this comes in handy… for me, anyway.

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