The best games for the classic console, from Virtua Fighter 2 to Sega Rally
Yu Suzuki’s hit arcade sequel had an equally astonishing Saturn port which remains highly impressive today. It's amazing how complex the fighting is given the three-button configuration.
In a time when 2D sprite-based games and scrolling fighters were falling out of fashion, Treasure stuck two fingers up at convention and delivered one of the finest examples of the genre.
Treasure’s adaption of its acclaimed arcade game features numerous Saturn tweaks, including a fleshed-out story, brand-new bosses, and a less convoluted weapon system.
Sega developed a number of excellent 3D fighters for its 32-bit console, but only Fighters Megamix lets you pit Dayton’s Hornet against Janet from Virtua Cop 2.
A wonderfully sublime score attack game from Sonic Team. It’s a truly mesmerizing game that’s enhanced by its joyous soundtrack and fantastic visuals.
The final game in Team Andromeda’s Saturn trilogy went through an open-ended transformation that’s every bit as breathtaking as the high prices it now commands.
Astonishing is perhaps the best way to sum up Sega’s conversion of its hit arcade game. It’s not only the best racing game on Sega’s console, but easily the best in its library. A true triumph.