From Sega Retro
|Publisher: Tokuma Shoten|
|Country of origin: Japan|
|Backed systems: Sega Saturn|
|First issue date: 199x-xx-xx|
|Last issue date: 1998-xx-xx|
|Number of issues: 84|
|Frequency: Monthly, Fortnightly|
|Preceded by: Mega Drive Fan|
|Succeeded by: Dreamcast Fan|
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Saturn Fan (サターンFAN) was a Japanese magazine which focused on the Sega Saturn. It is a successor to the older Mega Drive Fan which saw its last issue in 1994, and became known as Dreamcast Fan in late 1998.
In addition to the regular magazine, two "Extra issues" were released; The first in December 1995, containing cut out CD Jackets with hints and tips in addition to a complete (at the time) Saturn software library listing, and the second being Deluxe Saturn Fan. Both were released only once.
|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)|