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On this day, November 22...
November 22 (add):
- 1994 - The Sega Saturn goes on sale in Japan for ¥44,800.
Released on this day
- 1990: Megapanel (Mega Drive, JP)
- 1991: Fantasia (Mega Drive, JP)
- 1994: Tama: Adventurous Ball in Giddy Labyrinth (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: Mahjong Gokuu Tenjiku (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: WanChai Connection (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: 21 Pin RGB Cable (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: RF Unit (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: S-Video Cable (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: Stereo AV Cable (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: Monaural AV Cable (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: Myst (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: Virtua Fighter (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: Sega Saturn (Saturn, JP)
- 1994: Shuttle Mouse (JP)
- 1994: Virtua Stick (JP)
- 1994: Saturn Backup Memory (JP)
- 1994: Control Pad (Saturn) (JP)
- 1994: Taisen Cable (JP)
- 1995: Bases Loaded '96: Double Header (Saturn, JP)
- 1995: Pappara Paoon (Saturn, JP)
- 1995: Galaxy Fight (Saturn, JP)
- 1995: Off-World Interceptor Extreme (Saturn, JP)
- 1995: X-Men: Children of the Atom (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: GG Portrait: Pai Chan (Game Gear, JP)
- 1996: Panzer Dragoon Mini (Game Gear, JP)
- 1996: Fist (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Sengoku Blade (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Hyper Duel (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Tryrush Deppy (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Gekka no Kishi: Ouryuusen (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Chaos Control Remix (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Christmas NiGHTS into Dreams (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Iron Man/X-O Manowar in Heavy Metal (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: NFL Quarterback Club '97 (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Virtua Cop 2 (Saturn, JP)
- 2000: Advanced Daisenryaku 98 with Power Up Kit (Windows PC, JP)
- 2000: F1 World Grand Prix II (Dreamcast, JP)
- 2001: Rez (Dreamcast, JP)
- 2001: Crazy Taxi (PlayStation 2, JP)
- 2001: Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 (Windows PC, JP)
- 2002: Sakura Wars: The Movie (VHS, JP)
- 2005: Prima's Official Strategy Guide: Condemned: Criminal Origins (Book, US)
- 2005: Xbox 360 (Xbox 360, US)
- 2005: Condemned (Xbox 360, US)
- 2006: Oshare Majo Love and Berry: DS Collection (Nintendo DS, JP)
- 2006: Card Reader (JP)
- 2007: Planetarium Creator Ohira Takayuki Kanshuu Homestar Portable (PlayStation Portable, JP)
- 2007: Sakura Taisen 1 & 2 (PlayStation Portable, JP)
- 2007: Dinosaur King (Nintendo DS) (Nintendo DS, JP)
- 2007: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii, JP)
- 2007: Planetarium Creator Ohira Takayuki Kanshuu Homestar Portable Original Soundtrack (CD, JP)
- 2010: Sonic Free Riders (Xbox 360, US)
- 2010: Gunstar Heroes (iOS, US)
- 2011: Sonic Generations (Nintendo 3DS) (Nintendo 3DS, US)
- 2011: StarHorse 3 Season I: A New Legend Begins (??, JP)
- 2012: Hatsune Miku Live Stage Producer (Android, JP)
- 2012: Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 20: Space Harrier II ~Space Harrier Complete Collection~ (PlayStation 3, JP)
- 2012: Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure (Nintendo 3DS, JP)
- 2013: Xbox One (Xbox One, US)
- 2013: Football Manager 2014 (Windows PC, KR)
- 2016: 7th Dragon III Code: VFD (Nintendo 3DS, JP)
- 2016: Total War: Warhammer (??, US)
- 2017: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone (PlayStation 4, JP)
- 2017: Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PlayStation 4, TW)
- 2018: Judgment (PlayStation 4, KR)
- 2018: Shenmue I & II (PlayStation 4, JP)
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