Hello, so I was looking for a dreamcast then... May 18, 2019 16:26:09 GMT
Post by netnerd85 on May 18, 2019 16:26:09 GMT
Like many people growing up in the 90s I had no real idea that the Sega Saturn existed, unfortunately!
It was only recently when searching (far, wide and desperately I may add) for a Dreamcast that I stumbled across a local listing for a Sega Saturn. So then I started googling deep on the Saturn and ended up purchasing it while still scurrying to find a Dreamcast.
Once home in my hot little hands I thought to myself, how did I miss this, how did this past me by, the old whats ifs we all share went off. I've never ever liked the PlayStation and why anyone does is beyond me, the giggly pixels and general stank ugliness of it's game on top of it's marketing at the time still bring up whatever was my last meal to the back of my throat. I was a N64 fanboy during that era. I own a PlayStation 4 but it sits collecting dust while I secretly hate its existence in my house but The Last Guardian is really good.
Although the Sega Saturn I bought second hand recently has been nothing but a tease, constant issues with the disc drive, tweaking it's insides to get it to read a disc only to have it seemingly over heat causing graphical issues has not stopped my newly developed enthusiasm for the system, if only to get the thing to work.
Dreamcast? Meh, oh I ended up getting one but it sits on the shelf only to receive abuse I hurl at it for killing Sega and what the Saturn should have been. (I kid, it plays a lot of games of the era the best, eg Tony Hawks, Podracer)
Excuse me while I go back to debugging the hardware issues with my pre-loved Saturn in the attempt to enjoys its software, that copy of Robotica isn't going to play itself, it's in near mint condition for some reason