Within the past three years or so we have seen the re-release of classic game systems such as the NES, SNES and the Neo Geo in miniature forms which many retro gamers were excited about. As of right now we are still looking forward to seeing the Sega Mega Drive Mini which is scheduled to be released sometime in the early part of 2019. Also, other day the world celebrated the 24th Anniversary of the Sega Saturn a game system that does not get talked about nearly as much as it should. In fact, there have been questions going around on whether or not we will ever see a Salega Saturn Mini anytime in the future.
Since its release back in ’94 the Sega Saturn game console did not sell as much as people thought that it would initially. In fact, the Sega Saturn has only managed reach over 9 million units in sales similar to that of the Nintendo Wii-U which was released back in 2012. But then again there were so many cool titles on the Sega Saturn such as Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness, Nights Into Dreams, Virtua Fighter 2 and others that retro gamers in countries like America never played. The idea of creating a Sega Saturn Mini sound very cool in theory but its questionable how successful it would be in retail especially seeing how much gaming has evolved since the mid-90’s along with RPG and shooter titles for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One being huge attractions these days.