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Sega Saturn

Sega Saturn

Retro Home Console

The Sega ST-V (Sega Titan Video game system) was an arcade system board released by Sega in 1995. Departing from their usual process of building custom arcade hardware, Sega's ST-V is essentially identical to the Sega Saturn home console system. The only difference is the media; ST-V used ROM-cartridges instead of CD-ROMs to store games. Being derived from the Saturn hardware, the ST-V was presumably named after the moon Titan, a satellite of Saturn. The majority of ST-V titles were released in Japan only, but a notable exception was the port of Dynamite Deka, which became Die Hard Arcade. Games released for the ST-V includes the arcade version of Virtua Fighter Remix, Golden Axe: The Duel and Final Fight Revenge. The shared hardware between Saturn and ST-V allowed for very "pure" ports for the Saturn console.




  • 3D Lemmings

  • Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean

  • Area 51

  • Blazing Heroes

  • Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

  • Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

  • Bust-A-Move 3

  • Croc: Legend of the Gobbos

  • Darius Gaiden

  • Daytona USA

  • DOOM

  • Dragon Force

  • Duke Nukem 3D

  • Earthworm Jim 2

  • Fighters Megamix

  • Fighting Vipers

  • Galactic Attack

  • Gex

  • Golden Axe: The Duel

  • Guardian Heroes

  • Gungriffon

  • In the Hunt

  • Independence Day

  • Keio Flying Squadron 2

  • Marvel Super Heroes

  • Mega Man X3

  • Mega Man X4

  • Myst

  • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge

  • NiGHTS into Dreams...

  • Panzer Dragoon

  • Panzer Dragoon II: Zwei

  • Primal Rage

  • Quake

  • Rayman

  • Shining Force III

  • Shining the Holy Ark

  • SimCity 2000

  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo

  • The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga

  • The King of Fighters '95

  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park

  • ThunderStrike 2

  • Virtua Cop

  • Virtua Cop 2

  • Virtua Fighter

  • Virtua Fighter 2

  • Virtual On: Cyber Troopers

  • WipEout

  • WipEout 2097

  • Z

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