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    sat Sega Saturn Links - Submit Links Here

    To help all users who visit our Sites we are asking for the DCEmu Public to help us gather as many links for each console and a little bit of info about the site in question.

    It Should start like this, for example heres our site that covers Sega Saturn

    Url = http://sega-saturn.dcemu.co.uk/

    Description - DCEmus Site that covers all things Sega Saturn such as Emulators, Homebrew, Development, Hacking, Gaming and Hardware News with discussion forums too.

    Please add as many Sega Saturn sites to the list as you know

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    racketBOY

    RacketBOY is a site dedicated to the retro scene, it also has a cool SEGA Saturn section where it explains the steps of installing a mod-chip.


    Console Goods


    Console Goods (also known as RobWebb) is a good online store to purchase a pre-modified or imported SEGA Saturn, which is where I have purchased a pre-modified white Japanese Saturn. Also, there are games available to purchase (currently there is a buy one get one free offer on PAL games).

    The Rockin'-B

    The Rockin'-B has a whole list of homebrew games which can be downloaded from the site, though the news section has not been updated for 2 years (funnily 2 years to this day - 11th November).

    The Saturn Junkyard

    The Saturn Junkyard displays news from around the internet related to the SEGA Saturn, and some Saturn news stories from the past 14 years.

    SEGA Saturn UK

    I like this site, because it is very informative and details many games including how much you should be paying for retro rarities.

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