Community Release: 3 Prototype Sega Saturn Games

chill04SegaSaturno are at it again. Having already kindly brought us a handful of unreleased games, they have begun taking donations for the next community release; three Sega Saturn prototypes of Chill, Werewolf the Apocalypse and Virtua Cop 2.

Previously, SegaSaturno had brought us the 32X games such SoulStar, Virtua Hamster and X-Men, releasing them alongside well known video game preserver drx of Hidden Palace. They had previously released a working version of Werewolf the Apocalypse, however the new build here is a lot more recent with further gameplay features.

The three games are currently awaiting fan made donations to cover the cost of the prototypes, before being released to the public. Having spent €800 on the three games, the team are looking for donations totalling €600 before releasing.

If you are interesting in finding out more about the games or even donating, do head on over to the SegaSaturno boards for more information.

Link: Community release: SEGA SATURN PACK: Chill + Werewolf + VC2

Last Updated ( 26 April 2010 )  


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