Actions

Difference between revisions of "Saturn 6 Player Adaptor"

From Sega Retro

(Compatible Games)
Line 21: Line 21:
 
{{clear}}
 
{{clear}}
  
==Compatible Games==
+
==Compatible games==
:''Note: this may use Japanese names instead of western names and may have duplicates''
 
 
{{multicol|
 
{{multicol|
*''[[America Oudan Ultra Quiz]]'' (1995)
+
''<DPL>
*''[[Bakushou!! All Yoshimoto Quiz Ou Ketteisen DX]]'' (1995)
+
category=Saturn 6 Player Adaptor-compatible games
*''[[Battle Monsters]]'' (1995) (though this appears to be a 2-player game)
+
notnamespace=category
*''[[Blast Chamber]]'' (1996)
+
ordermethod=title
*''[[Break Point Tennis]]'' (1996)
+
order=ascending
*''[[Capcom Generation 4]]'' (1998) (''Mercs'' has three-player support)
+
</DPL>''
*''[[College Slam]]'' (1996)
+
|cols=3}}
*''[[Denpa Shounen Teki Game]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[Duke Nukem 3D]]'' (1997) (''Death Tank Zwei'' has seven-player support)
 
*''[[DX Jinsei Game]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[FIFA Road to World Cup 98 (Saturn)|FIFA Road to World Cup 98]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[FIFA Soccer 96]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[FIFA Soccer 97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Fire Pro Wrestling S: 6Men Scramble]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Groove On Fight: Gouketsuji Ichizoku 3]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Guardian Heroes]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Hansha de Spark!]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[HatTrick Hero S]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[J. League Go Go Goal!]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[J. League Jikkyou Honoo no Striker]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! (Saturn)|J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou!]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! 2]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[J. League Victory Goal '97]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Jonah Lomu Rugby]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Junclassic C.C. & Rope Club]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Keriotosse!]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[Madden NFL 97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Madden NFL 98]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 3]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[NBA Action]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[NBA Action 98]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[NBA Jam Extreme]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[NBA Jam Tournament Edition]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[NBA Live 97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[NBA Live 98 (Saturn)|NBA Live 98]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[NFL '97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[NFL Quarterback Club 96]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[NFL Quarterback Club 97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[NHL 97 (Saturn)|NHL 97]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[NHL All-Star Hockey]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[NHL All-Star Hockey 98]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[NHL Powerplay '96]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Noon]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Olympic Soccer]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Pebble Beach Golf Links]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[Powerslave]]'' (1996) (''Death Tank'' has six-player support)
 
*''[[Saturn Bomberman]]'' (1996/1997)
 
*''[[Saturn Bomberman Fight!!]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Sega Ages Rouka ni Ichidant-R]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Sega International Victory Goal]]''/''Worldwide Soccer'' (1996)
 
*''[[Sega Worldwide Soccer '97]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Sega Worldwide Soccer '98]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[Slam 'n Jam '96 Featuring Magic & Kareem]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Street Racer]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Striker '96]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Suchie-Pai Adventure Doki Doki Nightmare]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[The Hyper Golf: Devil's Course]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[Three Dirty Dwarves]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Trash It]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[UEFA Euro 96 England]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[Vatlva]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Victory Goal]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[Victory Goal '96]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Virtual Open Tennis]]'' (1995)
 
*''[[Winter Heat]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[World Evolution Soccer]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[World League Soccer '98]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[World Cup '98 France]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[WWF In Your House]]'' (1996)
 
}}
 
  
 
==Magazine articles==
 
==Magazine articles==

Revision as of 07:40, 9 July 2018

Sega Saturn 6 Player Multiplayer Adapter.jpg
Saturn 6 Player Adaptor
Manufacturer: Sega
Made for: Sega Saturn
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥3,800[1] HSS-0103
Sega Saturn
US
$49.99[2] MK-80102
Sega Saturn
UK
£? MK-80303
Sega Saturn
FR
?F MK-80303
Sega Saturn
DE
DM ? MK-80303
Sega Saturn
ES
?Ptas MK-80303


The Sega Saturn 6 Player Adaptor, called the Multi Terminal 6 (マルチターミナル6) in Japan, is an peripheral for the Sega Saturn. It has extra controller ports which allows up to six people to play together simultaneously on compatible games. By using two 6 Player Multiplayer Adapters up to ten players could play in some games, such as Saturn Bomberman.


Compatible games

Magazine articles

Main article: Saturn 6 Player Adaptor/Magazine articles.

Gallery

Physical scans

Saturn, US
6PMA Saturn US Box Back.jpgNospine.pngSega Saturn 6 Player Multiplayer Adapter Box.jpg
Cover
6PlayerSaturnUSManual.pdf
Manual
Saturn, EU
Saturn MK-80303 box-2.jpgNospine-small.pngSaturn MK-80303 box.jpg
Cover
Saturn, JP
MultiTerminal6 Saturn JP Box Back.jpgNospine-small.pngSaturn HSS-0103 box.jpg
Cover

External links

References

Sega Saturn
Topics Technical Specifications (Hardware Comparison) | History (Development | Release | Decline and legacy) | List of games (A-M) | List of games (N-Z)
Hardware Sega Saturn consoles (HiSaturn, V-Saturn, etc.) | North America | Europe (West | North | South | Central and East) | Brazil | Asia | South Korea

HiSaturn Navi | SunSeibu SGX | Sega Titan Video

Add-ons Backup Memory (third-party) | Sega PriFun | Video CD Card (third-party) | Extended RAM Cartridge (third-party) | Twin Advanced ROM System
Controllers Control Pad | Control Pad (Australia) | 3D Control Pad | Arcade Racer Joystick | Infrared Control Pad | Mission Stick | Shuttle Mouse | Twin Stick | Virtua Gun | Virtua Stick | Virtua Stick Pro
Online Services/Add-ons NetLink Internet Modem (NetLink Keyboard | NetLink Keyboard Adapter | NetLink Mouse) | Saturn Modem (Floppy Drive | Keyboard)
Connector Cables 21 Pin RGB Cable | Monaural AV Cable | RF Unit | Stereo AV Cable | S-Video Cable | Taisen Cable
Development Hardware Programming Box | Sound Box | E7000 | CartDev | SNASM2 | Address Checker | PSY-Q Development System | MIRAGE Universal CD Emulator
Misc. Hardware 6 Player Adaptor‎ | SBom Multitap‎ | Action Replay | Pro Action Replay | Action Replay Plus | S-S Promoter