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The PDF comes in two volumes with a total of almost 1000 pages. This is a book/PDF on the Saturn. The book cover every licensed Saturn game and include screenshots, information, cover art, checklists, etc.

Print versions
- I have not bought a Proof Copy and does not known the quality of the printed books

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

SegaSaturnV1.pdf 309 MB
Final_Saturn_v.2_3.23.pdf 252 MB


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Hi! This is an amazing work. I'm really tempted to buy the physical versions but is there any info about the print and object quality? I've seen some pretty mixed reviews about lulu. Thank you!

Hi :D
I have not yet bought any of the Saturn print books, so I don't know what the finished product will look like (if there are any errors or something), but I am really happy with Lulu's print quality from the print books I have bought. There are some bleed/off center though (white area around the edge of the pages) on most of the print books, but I don't find it distracting.

This is great! The only comment I have is on the Phantasy Star Collection page. It's very minor, but they included a quality of life upgrade for PSII and PSIII; the walking speed! I didn't think it would make much of a difference, but after playing with it on, I find it difficult to go back!

Yes that's a huge difference. It looks twice as fast. I would definitely appreciate the higher speed (reminds me off the feeling after you get the bike in Pokemon red/blue :P ). Great video. It's sweet and to the point with no filler :)

Are you planning to do one for Sega Dreamcast?

Not at the moment

can I publish fragments of your documents on a page of fb? , of course, giving you the credit.


You can use everything as you please, with or without credits given :)

Thanks man, your work is awesome!

:) I hope you find some video game gems you never heard of when scrolling through the PDFs.