My Life with SEGA battles it out in Cyber Troopers: Virtual-On for the SEGA Saturn

My Life with SEGA is back! A.J. is back! Mickey Mac is back! In our first episode since our team up in Rambo for SEGA’s Master System, it’s time to get our mech on in SEGA’s critically acclaimed arcade smash, Cyber Troopers Virtual-On for the SEGA Saturn! Released in 1995 to arcade’s by Sega AM3, Cyber Troopers Virtual-On is a versus fighting game featuring robots known as the “virtuaroids”, appropriately powered by Sega Saturns. Yes, sticking consoles on your protagonists was a thing even before The Typing of the Dead. The game was later ported to the Saturn, which is the version we’re putting to the test in this 2-Man Scramble. Who will come out on top? Watch and find out!

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5 responses to “My Life with SEGA battles it out in Cyber Troopers: Virtual-On for the SEGA Saturn

  1. Alex Peal says:

    Wow, AJ, he beat you with Bal-Bas-Bow? The Bal series of mechs is generally considered the worst in the franchise. XD

    • mylifewithsega says:

      I know, I know….

      I’m a failure. Then again, I haven’t played the game as much as Mickey Mac. I was always more of a Virtua Fighter or Virtua Cop guy back in the day. It sucks, but I’m not perfect.


  2. Hw could you not play with the Twin-sticks? Twin sticks are awesome, and you can even get an adapter to play with it on the Dreamcast.

  3. Alex Peal says:

    Well, they are expensive. I mean, don’t they usually go for around $100 a pop? That’s a lot to invest for one game. Good to know they function with the Dreamcast through the adapter. Makes me want to get one…

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