This one seems to have been lost, I don’t know why but no links were found to the page from … well, anywhere! So here’s an oldie but a goodie: The Sun-Seibu Hotel Saturn 7-game changer!!
You may remember an older writeup I did on the elusive, nearly mythical Samsung Saturn. I recently received a pair of additional units, and after having had a look at them there are definitely new things to learn. The two biggest things of interest are:1. Not all of them have the Japanese-language option disabled from […]
These posts are really old, but it might be worth revisiting. They came to the fore again curing the conversion of the old archives. There’s some pictures (most with boobies) of the lovely new Psikyo Visualworks Poster Book. A Herzog Zwei review. Herzog Zwei was, if you didn’t know, the first ever Real Time Strategy […]
You may remember an older writeup I did on the elusive, nearly mythical Samsung Saturn. I recently received a pair of additional units, and after having had a look at them there are definitely new things to learn. The two biggest things of interest are: 1. Not all of them have the Japanese-language option disabled […]
I’ve been working on a couple of game guides. Hudson’s Nectaris is one of the greatest hex sims ever made. I’ve put together a light guide to the basic strategic elements of the game, with more to come. For more detailed info, Base Nectaris offers more on the series than any other site I’ve seen. […]
Someone recently asked me to modify their US Sega Saturn with one of my switchless mods and last night I did it. Since my camera’s in the shop, I had to use my celphone to take pics. It did a fairly decent job. Here’s the pics of the job: Closeup view of jumpers Jumpers with […]
I’ve whipped up a more detailed mod than normal over on GameSX.com, showing in detail how I made a Saturn pad into a USB pad. Have a look-see!
There’s a lot of rare things in the Saturn world. The Samsung Saturn and the HiSaturn Navi spring to mind, but there’s nothing so rare as this: Sega SGX HSG-0007
I picked up a huge and rare Saturn Address Checker made by IS Electronics. No, this isn’t a repeat, this one’s a LOT different. About 8kg different in fact.
So the rumors are true: There is a Samsung-released Saturn system. Only in Korea, I’m sure. Here’s a couple of pics. Pic 1 and Pic 2 + Pic 3. Freaky.