A former SEGA employee has posted shots and information on something called SEGA Pluto, which was SEGA Saturn with internal Netlink. According to a forum poster on Assembler Games called Super Magnetic, Pluto was “the heaviest console,” he’d ever held and it featured: “two controller ports, and on top you have a flip-top drive bay, a cart slot, a Power button, and the venerable Reset button.” The poster notes Pluto may have been the codename for the Saturn console, and only two prototypes of this particular version were created. Thanks, D’toid.
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There’s only a few months to go before Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite’s September 19 release, and the roster leaks and rumours are coming thick and fast.
Can video games, just like movies, be comedies?
Fighting Vipers and Virtua Fighter 2 join Sonic the Fighters in Sega’s next run of Saturn titles heading to Xbox Live Arcade. We reported on Sonic the Fighters this morning, but the other two have appeared on an age-certification document.
The heroes return this (northern) summer, with the remastered, rebooted re-release of Guardian Heroes. Right now, that feels like an awfully long way away, and the wait’s not been made any better by the release of this teeny tiny trailer.