List of unreleased Saturn games

From Sega Retro

Title Publisher Developer Planned release date State before cancellation ROMs dumped?
3D Ultra Pinball Sierra On-Line 1996
A Bug's Life Traveller's Tales
A Ressha de Ikou 4 Artdink Artdink 199x
Actua Golf 2 Gremlin Interactive Gremlin Interactive 1997/1998
Actua Ice Hockey Gremlin Interactive 1997-12[1]
Actua Soccer 2 Gremlin Interactive Gremlin Interactive 1997-10, 1997-11
Actua Tennis Gremlin Interactive Gremlin Interactive 1997-09, 1997-10[2]
Adidas Power Soccer THQ Psygnosis, Perfect Entertainment 1996-11-29[3], 1997-05-16[4], 1997-07[5]
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Iron & Blood - Warriors of Ravenloft Acclaim Entertainment 1996-10[6], 1996-12[7], 1997-06[8]
Air NiGHTS Sega Sega
Alien Encounter Philips
Alien: Resurrection Fox Interactive Argonaut Games
Sega Saturn
Spring 1998[9],
Sega Dreamcast
2001[10]
Aliens vs. Predator Fox Interactive Spring 1997[11], Q1 1998[12]
Allegiance Team 17 199x
Alone in the Dark Interplay 1995/1996
Angel Scavenger 1996/1997
Aqua Note no Kyuujitsu Artdink Artdink 199x
Armed Interplay Point of View 1995-12[13], 1996-09[14] Prototype dumped
Arms Race Gremlin Interactive 1997-09[15]
Astrocade Sega of America Sega of America 1995
Atomic Runner 1997
Barb Wire GT Interactive Software Cyro Interactive 1996-10[16], 1997-01[17]
Batman & Robin Acclaim Entertainment 1997
Battletech: Gray Death Legion Absolute Entertainment Imagineering 1995-01[18], 1995-03
Bedlam GT Interactive Software Mirage Technologies Q3 1996[19], 1996-09[16], 1996-10[20], 1997-01[21], 1997-03-21,[22] 1997-05-23[4]
Blades of Rage Ocean Software Ocean Software
Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain BMG Interactive (EU), Activision (US) Silicon Knights 1997-01-24[23]
BloodStorm GameTek
Broken Helix Konami Konami of America 1997-01[24], 1997-03[25]
Bubsy 3D Accolade Eidetic 1996-11[26][27], 1996-12[24][28], 1997-02[25]
Buggy Gremlin Interactive 1997-10[29]
Burn Cycle Philips Interactive Media TripMedia 1996-11[24], 1997-02[25], 1997-08[30]
Buster Bros. Collection Capcom Mitchell 1996-08[31], 1996-11[24], 1997-01[25]
Castlevania: The Bloodletting Konami Konami
Sega 32X
Spring 1995[32]
Sega Saturn
1995-11[13], 1996, 1997
Ceasars World of Gambling Interplay
Chill Eidos Interactive Silicon Dreams 1998 Late Prototype dumped
Clockwork Knight: Pengin War Sega Sega 1996 Prototype dumped
Colliderz ASC Games 1997-09[33]
Conquest Earth Data Design Interactive 1997-09[34]
Converse Hardcore Hoops Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1995-12[13], 1996
Crime Patrol
Cyber Sled Namco 1995-07, 1995-10[35], 1995-11[13], 1996
CyberSpeed Mindscape Mindscape Summer 1996
Cyberswine Sega Australia New Development, Brilliant Interactive Ideas 1996
Cyberwar Sales Curve Interactive
Sega Mega-CD
Q1 1995[36]
Sega Saturn
Q2 1995[36]
D-2
Dark Ride Rocket Science Games Rocket Science Games 1995
Dark Sun: Shattered Lands Data East Strategic Simulations, Inc. 1996-01[37], 1996-09[31], 1996-12[38], 1997-01[25]
Darknet American Softworks Q3 1996[39]
Davis Cup Complete Tennis Ubisoft Telstar Electronic Studios 1996-09[16], 1996-10-25[40]
Dawn of Darkness Ocean Software Ocean Software 1995[41], 1996-06[42], 1996-09[43], Q4 1996[44]
Deadly Skies JVC Musical Industries Virtual Studio 1996-01[45], 1996-03[46][47], 1996-04-26,[48] 1996-07-31[49], 1996-08[43], 1996-10[16], Winter 1996[50]
Death Machine Sales Curve Interactive
Death Race Ocean Software 1996[41]
Deathtrap Dungeon Eidos Interactive 1996-09[51], 1997-09[52]
Descent Interplay Parallax Software 1995-12[35], 1996-01[13], 1996-12[27], 1997-01[25]
Descent II Parallax Software Interplay 1996/1997
Destruction Derby 2 Psygnosis, Perfect Entertainment, THQ Reflections Interactive, Probe Entertainment 1997
Diablo Electronic Arts Climax 1997/1998
Down in the Dumps Philips Interactive Media Late 1996
Dragon's Lair
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp ReadySoft Digital Leisure
Sega Mega-CD
1996-01[13]
Sega Saturn
1995-09[35], 1996-02[13], 1997-01[25], 1997-08[30]
Dream Team Basketball U.S. Gold Anvil Incorporated 1996-07[43], 1996-10[16], 1997-01[38]
Duel Acclaim Entertainment
Dungeon Keeper Electronic Arts Bullfrog Productions 1996-07-14[42], 1996-11[53], 1997
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom Capcom Capcom 1996-03[54]
Endorfun Time Warner Interactive 1995-11[13], early 1996
Eternal Champions: The Final Chapter Sega Sega Autumn 1995
Fade to Black Electronic Arts Delphine Software International
Fake Down System Sacom 1997 Spring[55], 1997 Summer[56], 1997 Winter[57]
Fantastic Four Acclaim Entertainment 1997
Ferox Hookstone 1997
Fighting Force Sega, Electronic Arts Victor (JP)? Core Design 1997-09-17[58][59], 1998-01[60]
Firo and Klawd BMG Interactive 1996
Flying Aces Rocket Science Games Rocket Science Games 1995
Foes of Ali EA Sports 1996
Fox Hunt Capcom 3Vision Games 1995-11[61], 1996-01[62], 1996-08[31], 1996-11
Fractal Racer Core Design
Free Runner Sega Sega 1995
G Police THQ Psygnosis Q3 1997
Gender Wars Sales Curve Interactive The 8th Day Winter 1995, 1994-04[63], Q4 1996[64]
Genewars Bullfrog 1996,[65]
Geom Cube
Goal Storm Konami Konami Spring 1996, 1997-01[38]
Grand Theft Auto BMG Interactive DMA Design 1996-11[27], 1996-12-13,[23] 1997-06-13[66] 1997-12
HMS Dreadnaught Ocean Software Tribe Autumn 1996[41], Winter 1996[44]
Hard Boiled GTE Entertainment GTE ImagiTrek 1996-11[67], 1997-01[24], 1997-02[25], 1997-07
HardBall 5 Accolade Mindspan 1996
Heart of Darkness Amazing Studios 1996-06-01[68], 1996-11[69][27], 1997-01[38], 1997-03[70][22]
Heretic GT Interactive Software Raven Software 1995-12
Hexen II Activision Raven Software 1997
HyperBlade Activision Activision 1996-10[14], Q1 1997[71]
Indy 500
IndyCar Racing II Papyrus 1996-04, 1996-08-15[72]
Inferno Ocean Software Digital Image Design 1995
International Moto Time Warner Interactive 1997
Into the Shadows Scavenger Triton 1995-12[73], 1996-06[74], 1997
Jet Ski Rage
Sega 32X
1995
Sega Saturn
1996-01[13]
Judge Dredd
Killing Time Acclaim Entertainment Studio 3DO 1996-11[27], 1997-01[25], 1997-03-26[22], 1997-05-16[4], 1997-06[75]
Kingdom O' Magic Sales Curve Interactive Sales Curve Interactive 1996-02[63], Q4 1996
Kumite Konami 47 Tek 1996-09[76], 1997-01[38]
Lethal Enforcers I & II Konami Konami of America 1997-01[38], 1997-03-14[77], 1997-05[5], 1997-06[75]
Little Big Adventure 2 Adeline Software International 1996-12
Lunatik Eidos Interactive Pure Entertainment
MVP College Football '97 Data East 1996-11[24]
Machine Hunter
Magic: The Gathering Acclaim Entertainment 1996-11[71], 1997-05-16[78]
Magic: The Gathering: Battlemage Acclaim Entertainment 1996-11[79], 1997-05[5]
Major Damage Capcom 1996-11[27], 1996-12[24], Q1 1997[80] Two early prototypes dumped
Major League Soccer BMG Interactive Z-Axis 1997-08
Maximum Surge Digital Pictures Digital Pictures Q1 1996[50], 1996-11
Micro Machines V3 Codemasters 1996-11-29[3], 1996-12[7][81], 1997-05-16[4]
Millennium Fire Bandai Bandai 1998-08-27
Mission: Impossible Ocean Software 1996
Monika no Shiro Pioneer LDC
Monster Maker: Holy Dagger NEC Interchannel Summer 1999
Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II Acclaim Entertainment Midway Manufacturing 1996-10-14[82], 1996-11[24], 1996-12-04[3], 1997-06-02[78]
Mortal Kombat 3
Mudkicker GT Interactive Software Scavenger 1995, 1996, 1997
NBA Hang Time
NBA in the Zone Konami 1996[83]
NFL Full Contact Konami Robin Antonick Games 1995, 1996-08[31]
NHL Breakaway 98 Acclaim Entertainment 1997-05[84], 1997-09[33][85]
Ninja Eidos Interactive Core Design 1996-09[16], 1996-12-06[3], 1997-01[7], 1997-09-05[86], 1997-10[87], 1998-03[88]
Novastorm Psygnosis Psygnosis, Perfect Entertainment
Nuclear Strike Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1997-10[89]
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Sega Oddworld Inhabitants 1997-08[90]
Offensive Ocean Software 1996-07-26,[49] 1996-10[7], 1996-11-22[3]
Olympic Games U.S. Gold U.S. Gold 1996-05[91], 1996-07[43], 1996-08[92], 1996-09-12,[93] 1996-10-25[40]
Panzer General Strategic Simulations, Inc.
Perfect Weapon American Softworks Grey Matter 1996-11, 1997-01[38], 1997-05
Pinky and the Brain Konami 1997-01[25], Q1 1997[83], Spring 1997[94]
Pitfall 3D Activision Activision 1997-03[39]
Planet of the Apes Fox Interactive Visiware Studios
Sega Saturn
1997-09-26,[84][86]
Sega Dreamcast
Q2 2000[95], 2000-11[96]
Premier Manager 97 Gremlin Interactive 1996/1997
Prime Time NFL Football Starring Deion Sanders
Prime Time NFL Football Starring Deion Sanders Sega Autumn 1995, Winter 1995, 1996-11[97]
Prize Fighter
Project Overkill Konami Konami of America 1995-12, 1996-05, 1996-09[98], 1996-12[27], 1997-01[24], 1997-03[99]
Project X2 Ocean Software, Coconuts Japan Team 17 1996-11-29,[3] 1997-01[7], 1997-02-14,[100] 1997-06-27,[66] 1998-06-04 (JP)
Psychic Force Game Bank Taito 1998-03-26
QAD: Quintessential Art of Destruction Philips Interactive Media Cranberry Source 1996
Rattlesnake Red Acclaim Entertainment Sculptured Software[101] 1997-02[101], 1997-05
Raw Pursuit JVC Musical Industries Regal Productions 1996-08[43], 1996-11[16] ,1997-09[102]
Rayman 2 Ubisoft Ubisoft 1996-10, 1997
Re-Loaded Gremlin Interactive 1997-01[7], 1997-03-07[100], 1997-06[5], 1997-08[75]
Rebel Strike Sega Sega
Rebellion 199x
Resident Evil 2 Capcom Capcom, Nextech Summer 1998[103]
Return Fire Williams Entertainment Silent Software, Prolific Publishing
Sega Saturn
1996-04-29[48], 1996-09-06[93], 1997-05[104]
Late Saturn version leaked
Ripper 1996
Rollcage Team 17 199x
S.T.O.R.M. American Softworks Virtual Studio 1995-12, 1996-09[39], 1996-10[27]
Sampras Extreme Tennis Codemasters Codemasters 1996-09-26[82], 1996-11-01[40], 1997-04-26[105]
Screaming Wheels JVC 1995-12[106][35]
Scud Race
Sentient THQ Psygnosis 1997-07[75], 1997-11[107]
Sentinel Returns Hookstone Q1 1998[108][109]
Shadoan ReadySoft Digital Leisure 1996-06[110],1996-08[31], 1996-11[24], 1997-03[25][111], 1997-08[30]
Shadow of Atlantis Sega Sega
Sega Mega-CD
1994-10[112]
Sega Mega-CD 32X
1995
Sega Saturn
1997
Shenmue
Shredfest Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1996-03, Summer 1996, 1996-09, 1996-10[113], 1997-03[114]
Skies of Arcadia
Slam Dragon Jaleco
Sonic Adventure
Sonic X-treme Sega Sonic Team, Sega Technical Institute 1996-11-21[115], 1996-12, 1997-03[116] Early prototype dumped, later source code leaked
Space Ace
Spider: The Video Game BMG Interactive Boss Game Studios 1996-12[117], 1997-03
Split Realities JVC Funcom 1995-12[13], 1996-01[35], 1996
Spycraft: The Great Game Activision Activision 1996-08[118]
Star Control III Accolade Legend Entertainment Summer 1996
Steel Harbinger Mindscape Mindscape Winter 1996[119]
Supreme Warrior
Syndicate Wars Electronic Arts Bullfrog Productions
Sega Saturn
Climax
1996-10-25,[40] 1996-12[24], 1997-01[7], 1997-02[25], 1997[84]
Tanktics
Tarantula Scavenger 1996/1997
Tecmo Super Bowl Tecmo Tecmo 1996-09[120], 1997-04[121]
Tenka THQ Psygnosis 1997-06[5], 1997-07[75]
Test Drive Off-Road Accolade Elite Systems 1996-11[24]
The 11th Hour Virgin Interactive Entertainment Trilobyte Q4 1995[122], 1996-09[43], 1996-11, 1997-01[38]
The City of Lost Children Psygnosis Psygnosis
The Indestructibles
The Journeyman Project: Director's Cut Sanctuary Woods Preso Studios 1995-11[13]
The Last Dynasty Coktel Vision, Sierra On-Line Late Saturn version leaked
The Sacred Pools SegaSoft 1996-11[27], 1997-02[121], 1997-11[89]
Theme Hospital Electronic Arts Bullfrog Productions 1995, mid-1996
Tomb Raider II Eidos Interactive Core Design 1997
Tomcat Alley
Topps MVP Baseball '96 Data East BlueSky Software 1996
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Acclaim Entertainment 1997
Twinbee Puzzle Adventures
Uprising
VIP Soccer Virgin Interactive 1996-09[16]
VMX Racing Playmates Interactive Entertainment Studio E 1997-04, 1997-08[30]
VR Baseball '97 Interplay Q1 1996[123], Q3 1996, Spring 1997
Vandals Accolade Accolade Q4 1996[124]
Varuna's Forces
Sega Saturn
JVC Musical Industries
Accent Media 1995-10[13], 1995-11[35], Summer 1996[125], 1996-11[16]
Viewpoint Electronic Arts 1996-03[126]
Viper Ocean Software Neon Software Spring 1997[84], 1997-08-15[86]
Virtua Fighter 3
Virtua Hamster Sega Sega, David A. Palmer Productions[127] 32X prototype dumped
Virtual Pool Interplay Celeris 1996, 1997-05[5]
War Gods GT Interactive Software Midway Games 1996-12-13[23], 1997-05-23[66], 1997-07-11[86]
Waterworld Ocean Software Ocean Software
Sega Mega Drive
Data Design Interactive
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Sega Mega Drive
1995-09[128], 1995-11[129], 1996-01[73], 1996-02[13]
Sega Saturn
1995-12[13], 1996-01[73], 1996-06-28[42], 1996-07-18[49], 1996-10[130], 1996-11[24] || || Mega Drive prototype dumped
Werewolf: The Apocolypse ASC Games Capcom 1996-10[27], Q4 1996[131], 1997-03[25]
Wild 9 Interplay Shiny Entertainment 1996, 1997-04[116], 1997-12[132]
Wild Animalympics Titus 1996-06[133], 1996-09[113][134]
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger Electronic Arts Origin Systems 1996-01[13], 1996 (Q2)[42], 1996-09[31], 1996-11[27], 1997-01[25]
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom Electronic Arts Origin Systems
XS: Shield Up - Fight Back Sales Curve Interactive 1996-01[135]
Zork Nemesis Activision Zombie 1997-02[25]

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