> @boss your question is weird. Obviously the PS1 game wouldn't work in a Saturn.
> As for a Saturn version, you can play us games on a us Saturn but there are also
> those cartridges like the STKey that allow for playing imported games on a us Saturn
> without modding it, but they famously don't with with every game (Panzer Dragoon
> Saga being an example of a game that tells you to remove the unrecognized cartridge,
> or something like King of Fighters 95 which requires its own ROM cartridge to be
> inserted). Further complicating the matter, there are some games that aren't region
> locked (for example the US version of Baku Baku is able to play when my saturn is
> set to Japanese mode).
> So I assume the spirit of your question is whether it got a us release on the Saturn.
> But I'm going to give a more nuanced answer.
> 1. Is it an RPG? no
> 2. Is it part of a series of games with the same title? (Like SMB, SMB2, SMB3, etc)
> 3. Is the studio that made the game still creating games today? no
> 4. Is it a fighting game? no
> 5. Is it a racing game? no
> 6. Is it a shooting game? yes
> 7. Is it a Japanese scrolling shooter/shmup? no
> 8. Is the game a PS1 exclusive? no
> 9. Is it a 3D game? yes
> 10. Is the primary weapon a gun? technically yes
> 11. Is the name of the game multiple words or just one word? yes
> 12. Is it first person shooter? not by default
> 13. Does it have multiplayer? technically yes
> 14. Is it a console exclusive? no
> 15. Is the game also on Nintendo 64 or Saturn? yes
> 16. Is the game playable on the US Saturn without modification? maybe? Haven't
> tried it
> No on MML and Space Invaders.
> We're getting close to 20 so I'll give another hint. It's early enough to be a longbox
Yeah I wanted to know if it was a US Saturn release. I had some thoughts about peripherals and thus the added confusion to to question.