Famitsu Saturn

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Famitsu Saturn
Publisher: Enterbrain
Country of origin: Japan
Backed systems: Sega Saturn
First issue date:
Number of issues: 4 (6)

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Famitsu Saturn (ファミ通サターン) was a Sega Saturn-centric spin-off of the popular Famitsu gaming magazine in Japan. It initially appeared as occasional special issues, before becoming more regular at the beginning of 1997. However, it seems to have been quickly discontinued after volume 4.

Back issues

Issue PDF Name Date Price Barcode Extras
1994-12-02 FamitsuSaturn JP 1994-12-02.jpg Sega Saturn Tsūshin 1994-xx-xx ¥390390
1995-12-15 FamitsuSaturn JP 1995-12-15.jpg Famitsu Saturn Special 1995-xx-xx ¥450450
1996-07-19 FamitsuSaturn JP 1996-07-19.jpg 1996 7/19 1996-xx-xx ¥450450
1997-01-03 FamitsuSaturn JP 1997-01-03.jpg 1997 1/3 VOL.2 199x-xx-xx ¥480480
1997-01-24 FamitsuSaturn JP 1997-01-24.jpg 1997 1/24 VOL.3 199x-xx-xx ¥480480
1997-03-07 FamitsuSaturn JP 1997-03-07.jpg 1997 3/7 VOL.4 1997-xx-xx ¥480480

References


Sega-related magazines published in Japan
Soft Bank Beep! MegaDrive (1989-1994) | Sega Saturn Magazine (1994-1998) | Sega Magazine (1996-1997) | Dreamcast Magazine (1998-2001) | Dorimaga (2001-2006)
Tokuma Shoten Mega Drive Fan (1989-1994) | Saturn Fan (1994-1998) | Dreamcast Fan (1998-2000)
Kadokawa Shoten Marukatsu Mega Drive (1992-1994) | Dreamcast Walker (1998)
MediaWorks Dengeki Mega Drive (1993) | Dengeki Sega EX (1996-1997) | Dengeki Sega Saturn (1997-1998) | Dengeki Dreamcast (1998-2000)
ASCII Tech Saturn (1995-1997)
Takarajima Saturn Super (1995-1997)
Mainichi Communications Great Saturn Z (1996-1998) | Dreamcast Press (1998-2000)
Enterbrain Famitsu Saturn (1996-1997) | Famitsu DC (1999-2001)
Sony Magazines Hyper Saturn (1996-1997) | Saturn V (1997)