Dengeki Sega EX

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Dengeki Sega EX
Publisher: MediaWorks
Country of origin: Japan
Backed systems: Sega Saturn
First issue date: 1996-08
Last issue date: 1997-07
Number of issues: 12
Frequency: Monthly
Preceded by: Dengeki Mega Drive
Succeeded by: Dengeki Sega Saturn

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Dengeki Sega EX (電撃SEGA・EX) was a Japanese magazine released under MediaWorks' Dengeki brand. It covered Sega consoles, and a successor to Dengeki Mega Drive. Dengeki Sega EX ran for about a year before being replaced with Dengeki Sega Saturn in 1997 - at this point the Saturn was the only major Sega system to be active in the Japanese marketplace.

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