| Fast Facts on the Sega Titan Video
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ST-V (Sega Titan Video) is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1995. Departing from their usual process of building custom arcade hardware, Sega's ST-V is essentially identical to the Sega Saturn home console system. The only difference is the media; ST-V used ROM-cartridges instead of CD-ROMs to store games. Being derived from the Saturn hardware, the ST-V was presumably named after the moon Titan, a satellite of Saturn.
The majority of ST-V titles were released in Japan only, but a notable exception was the port of Dynamite Deka, which became Die Hard Arcade. Games released for the ST-V include the arcade versions of Virtua Fighter Remix, Radiant Silvergun, Golden Axe: The Duel, and Final Fight Revenge. The shared hardware between Saturn and ST-V allowed for very "pure" ports for the Saturn console.
- Main CPU: 2x Hitachi SH-2 @ 28.6 MHz in a master/slave configuration
- Custom Saturn Control Unit (SCU): Fixed-point math coprocessor
- VDP1 32-bit video display processor - handles sprite and polygon drawing. Dual 256 KB framebuffers for rotate and scale effects. Texture mapping, Gouraud shading. 512KB texture RAM
- VDP2 32-bit background and scroll plane video display processor - transparency effects, shadowing, 5 simultaneous scrolling backgrounds and 2 simultaneous rotating playfields
- Sound CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 11.45 MHz
- Sound chip: Yamaha YMF292-F SCSP @ 11.3 MHz
- Main RAM: 2MB
- VRAM: 1.54MB
- Audio RAM: 512K
List of Games
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- Note: there are a number of games, game dates, and company information omitted from this list because they are undiscovered/undumped/etc. A game with a year without a company means Sega. New games seem to be discovered with every new MAME release, so this list is not guaranteed to be up to date.
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