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Best Sega Saturn Games of All Time

Updated on April 20, 2017

Sega Saturn Games

Virtua Fighter was made by Sega for arcade and Saturn systems. It also has had several sequels made about this fighting game.
Virtua Fighter was made by Sega for arcade and Saturn systems. It also has had several sequels made about this fighting game. | Source
 The Sega Saturn video Game system had great games with awesome graphics. It's only drawback was it was left to die so that Sega could produce the Dreamcast.
The Sega Saturn video Game system had great games with awesome graphics. It's only drawback was it was left to die so that Sega could produce the Dreamcast. | Source
Daytona USA is a racing video game that features tracks from across the globe. Originally, Daytona USA was an arcade game made by Sega but it was later ported to all Sega systems.
Daytona USA is a racing video game that features tracks from across the globe. Originally, Daytona USA was an arcade game made by Sega but it was later ported to all Sega systems. | Source
Corpse Killer is a first person horror video game for the Sega Saturn and the Sega CD and it was rated M for mature themes and violence.
Corpse Killer is a first person horror video game for the Sega Saturn and the Sega CD and it was rated M for mature themes and violence. | Source
Die Hard Arcade was based on the Die hard 1,2,  and 3 films. If your a fan of the Die Hard movies then the game will make you say Yippie Ki Yea!
Die Hard Arcade was based on the Die hard 1,2, and 3 films. If your a fan of the Die Hard movies then the game will make you say Yippie Ki Yea! | Source

Classic Saturn Video Games

1. Virtua Fighter (1995): The first ever fighting game that features 3D Polygonal Graphics. The game has nine characters and you fight your opponent in a one on one situation. The game features punches, flying elbows, jump kicks and of course each character possesses a special signature move. The fighting is fun and addicting and the music goes perfect with the battles. This game is easy to become addicted to.

2. Area 51 (1996): Two players can protect area 51 from an Alien invasion. The game utilizes 3D and each player has five weapons. Lots of explosions and outrageous sound effects are featured in this rated M video game. You have to use tactical warfare and be smart in order to conquer this wartime battle.

3. Daytona USA (1995): This racing game has become a home and an arcade classic. Build your car and your crew but do not forget to win the races to advance and unlock secrets. The tracks are located in cities throughout America and some of them have lots of hills, twists and turns.

4. Doom (1997): This first person shooter game is a horror survival game in which the player has to blasts past demons. In the game you play as a fully equipped Space Marine. All sorts of weaponry is at your disposal in this blast em up. It's got excellent special effects as well as sound effects that are perfect for this freaky up in your face shooter.

5. Duke Nukem 3D (1997): In this first person shooter game Duke must kill monsters and aliens and nearly everything around you can be destroyed. He has huge guns and throughout the game Duke acquires outlandish weaponry.

6. Corpse Killer: Graveyard Edition (1996): You play as a Marine that must stop zombies in the jungle and their evil creator in this full motion video game set in first person shooter mode. The cut scenes are very scary and the kills and other scary moments are done very close to the screen to keep it intense.

7. The Crow: City of Angels (1996): As the crow you get to use guns, shotguns, knives and even broken bottles during your quest. The Crow is based on the film of the same name and features high flying acrobatics and action. SAlso, cut secens are from the film and they actualy look realistic.

8. Die Hard Trilogy (1997): This game has three video games in one with each based on the first three Die Hard films. One is a racing game, one is first person and one is third person. You have grenades, pistols, rifles, shotguns and other weapons to use to fight crime.

9. Phantasmagoria (1998): This point and click horror game is the first ever game to use a live actor and had to come out on 7 cds originally. Nightmares, Demons and more await you in this mansion of terror. It is a game full of controversy and it is also one of the most frightening horror video games ever released.

10. Virtua Racing (1995): This Formula one racing game had beautiful 3D backgrounds and the game play was intense. The polygonal experience was new and it made the game hard but at the same time, the graphics were awesome and mthey made the game fun.

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The Saturn was a quality machine but the Sega CD was not that far below it so many people stuck with it until the Dreamcast was produced. It has some solid game titles and the Saturn definitely mastered the 3D realm. They started to take the focus off of Sonic the Hedgehog and focus more on adult games and action video games.

© 2012 Buster Johnson

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