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posté 29/09/07 - 07:41
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#1 Which saturn emulator should i use, and are people able to play games at full speed on any saturn emulator?

#2 I just found a impact emulator and it works great, fast too, do you know where i can find some roms for it?

Thanks

#3 oh and btw, i plan on picking up a sega saturn sunday, and it does not come with a mod chip, but how do you play games on saturn, backup without a mod chip, is there a another way?

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posté 29/09/07 - 09:35
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Hi,

About Saturn emulators, in fact it depends on the configuration of your computer. I recommend you SSF if it's able to run on your machine.

To play backups on your Saturn you'll need a modchip, but it depends what model of Saturn you have too. Some models are more difficult to modify than others. I could do it for you, but it will be expensive in postal charges.
Another way to run backups is using the swapping method which consists in reading the protection of an original game before launching the burnt disk, all this with the opened door on your Saturn.

I wrote a technical file about Saturn and its modifications but it's written in frensh mellow.gif , you can find it here. wink.gif


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posté 29/09/07 - 14:49
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Just wanna add this site for SSF info: SSF Tribute Neo. Its very useful if you're statring to use it.


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posté 29/09/07 - 16:26
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Thanks, actually i'm picking up the saturn today. I will let you guys know what model it is, and i will also try out the SSF emulator later today.

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posté 30/09/07 - 05:53
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Hey guys, i got the saturn. I was looking over at this page:

http://www.sega-saturn.us/models.htm

My model is MK-80000 and this is what it says about it:

" This is the original North American model and was produced for less then one year. It is identical to the original Grey Japanese Saturn except for it's black color.

It is notoriously difficult to mod and is usually avoided for that purpose.

However, it is much easier to perform the swap trick on. "

The swap trick sounds like it should work easy. thumbup.gif I will try out the emulator in a few mins or hours or so.

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