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Offline itsstillthinking1999

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Sega Saturn Netlink Revived with Voip
« on: July 19, 2017, 06:47:03 pm »
Just a cool little development in the Sega fan scene i thought i write about, we all know about the Sega Saturn Netlink modem that came out in 1996 and allowed internet play and web browsing in the Saturn. unlike most internet service the Netlink did not use server's to play games as it uses Direct Dial (if anybody remembers that) where you just dial you opponent and play that way. This means as long as you have a landline you can still use the Netlink, sadly landlines are starting to be a thing of the past and most people dont want to play long distance charges to play online. Some fine folks over on the Dreamcast-Talk forms have figured out how to play online with a high speed internet connection!
Topic here:
Some footage of it in action
Sega Rally/Daytona Gameplay
Virtual On/Bomberman Gameplay -
A video tutorial on how to do it
 Just thought it was an interesting topic to share 8)
Dreamcast for life!

Offline Berto

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Re: Sega Saturn Netlink Revived with Voip
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2017, 08:38:19 pm »
That's really interesting.
Too bad my saturn couldn't read games anymore.
It still could boot up and read audio on games, but somehow couldn't play anything.

Also I remember Saturn Bomberman fondly, 10 players could play on battle mode with 2 Multi-taps.
Many agree that Saturn Bomberman back than was more fun to play than Bomberman 64.