List Of Sega Saturn Games
This is an incomplete list of video games (557+) released for the Sega Saturn video game console. This list is organized initially in alphabetical order, but it can also be organized by developer, publisher, or year of release.
The Sega Saturn was first released in Japan on November 22, 1994 (1994-11-22), May 11, 1995 in North America and July 8, 1995 in Europe and featured 5 launch titles: Virtua Fighter, World Soccer, Panzer Dragoon, Daytona USA, and Pebble Beach Golf. The final licensed Saturn game released in North America was Magic Knight Rayearth in 1998, and the final licensed game released in Europe was Deep Fear in 1998. The final Saturn licensed release in Japan was Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku Hozonban Perpetual Collection in 2000. The Saturn was succeeded by the Dreamcast, released in 1998.
Certain games in the Saturn's library were only released in Japan. This is because they were released between 1998 and 2000. The Sega Saturn was discontinued outside Japan in 1998, and in Japan in 2000. This is because while the Sega Saturn was popular in Japan, it failed to gain a similar market against the Nintendo 64 and Sony's PlayStation, which were its main rival consoles; outside of the Japanese market.
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... Virtua All Japan Pro-Wrestling Featuring Virtua 1997/10/23 Scarab Sega Zero Divide The Final Conflict 1997/11/20 ZOOM Inc ... Irem Banpresto Zoku Hatsukoi Monogatari Shuugaku Ryokou 1998/12/03 Koga Game Factory Tokuma Shoten Zoop 1996/11/29 Hookstone Media Quest Zork Collection 1998/03/12 Activision ...
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