This is Saturn strikes back with Dead or Alive

After a longer break than expected, This is Saturn finally returns with Team Ninja and Tecmo’s fighting game début, Dead or Alive!

Known for its innovative mechanics, recognisable characters, and… some certain other things, Dead or Alive is now an incredibly well known series. But was the first game worth much of a toss? Find out in this new episode!

This is Saturn is a video series created by British teenager Liam ‘TrackerTD’ Ashcroft, aiming to give an alternative and in-depth look at the good, the bad, and the ugly of SEGA Saturn gaming, all whilst maintaining a somewhat strong accent.

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10 responses to “This is Saturn strikes back with Dead or Alive

  1. dikkster says:

    Wobbly titties

  2. Gamma says:

    What was the best version? Saturn or PSOne?

    • TrackerTD says:

      I can’t personally say given I’ve not played the PS1 version, but I think consensus is well in favour of the PS1.

    • CD ageS says:

      That’s not entirely correct. Saturn version is closest to the arcade Model 2 version. The PS1 version was built on entirely different engine. It may look a tad better but it feels and looks quite different than the original product. Itagaki has even expressed his preference over the Saturn version.

    • EnternalHope says:

      Saturn. It looks the best and has spot on controls.

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