Back again with some more Sega Saturn love courtesy of the official Sega Saturn Magazine.
Let's take a look at issue 17 from March of 2017.
Our first preview is for a fan favourite racing game that sadly never left the arcades: Scud Race. We then take another in-depth look at Fighters Megamix as well as the newly converted arcade racer Manx TT Superbike.
And for the final preview of this issue we look at Hexen by Probe Entertainment.
This issue of OSSM also marks the first release with the new calibration settings that we've been talking about in the forums. You might notice that the colour values now are much more representative of the look of the actual magazine, while retaining the vibrant look that makes the original magazine shine.
From here on out we will remaster the back catalogue and release them one set at a time, so keep an eye out for these much improved versions in the coming months.
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