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Subject: sega saturn T&L question
Umm hi, this is my first post, and I REALLY love NFG! I love retro game console hardware (back before it was Windows/Linux PC in a smaller box) and I like Konami and Treasure games.

I don't think this is the right place to ask, but I didn't want to post a new topic in the NFG hardware place because it seemed like only NFG makes threads there and I didn't want to get into trouble. 0_0

Anyway, my question is this. I was reading on HG101, the Divide article, that the PS1 is capable of a 3x3 transformation matrix, and the N64 is a 4x4.

Is the Saturn a 2x2 matrix or is it 3x3 like the PS1? I can't code so this has no practical use to me, I'm just kinda curious.

Thanks in advance! ^.^
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You're better off asking this question over on the GameSX forum, but even that might not pan out 'cause it's a hardware forum, not coding...  Still, someone might know.

I didn't want to post a new topic in the NFG hardware place because it seemed like only NFG makes threads there
Yeah, first-posts there appear on nfggames.com, and only I'm special enough.  ^_^

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OK cool, I'll ask there. Thank you! :3
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