Tuesday, 13 July 2010

NiD.com Interviews Yuji Naka: NiGHTS on the PC?!

The folks over at NiGHTSintoDreams.com have scored a pretty awesome interview with Yuji Naka. It's a cool read, with a majority of the discussion focusing on the Saturn classic rather than the Wii unclassic. I won't spoil too much, but Steven Spielberg and that rumored NiGHTS Saturn controller are brought up. Check out the interview!

During the interview, Naka brings up a PC version of NiGHTS that was released in 2003. That was news to the interviewer and it is news to me as well! Check out the Japanese site detailing the 2003 premiere.

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

14 Saturn Games That Should Be DLC

Ugo did a roundup of some Saturn games that should be considered for download.

All in all Panzer Dragoon Saga should be at the top of everyone's list because it's so damn hard to find a copy of it.


Sunday, 4 July 2010

Happy 4th! Let's look at a pin!

Happy 4th of July, fellow Americans! I'm taking a break from burgers, beer and Jeff Goldblum battling aliens to share the above SEGA Saturn pin that I found while at my parents house. I have no idea where I got it, but I know I received it around the US launch of the Saturn. Cool little item. Not much more to say about it. It's a Saturn pin and it's cool.

In celebration of all things American and Saturn, I'm going to pose a question for the comments section: What is your favorite American developed Saturn game?

I would have to choose Mr. Bones, a quirky collection of mini-games developed by California's Zono Incorporated. Mr. Bones is one of those games that only could have been made in the 90's and was uniquely American, combining hard rock with a southern skeleton. Check it out... for America!