Sega Saturn Magazine

Launch Editor

Sam Hickman





First Date

November 1995

Final Date

November 1998

Total Issues


Sega Saturn Magazine, also known as Official Sega Saturn Magazine was a 1990s publication from EMAP that covered Sega's Saturn 32-bit videogaming console. Being the successor to Sega Magazine, the publication also covered Mega Drive and 32X games for its first few issues. Holding the official license meant that the magazine was able to include a covermount CD with its issues, including playable demos of games and game footage. Due to its enthusiastic coverage and dedication to the Saturn, Sega Saturn Magazine was well respected amongst readers and the industry alike and lasted beyond the machine's commercial life in the UK.



Sam Hickman
Richard Leadbetter



Please see here for a list of games reviewed by this magazine.

Issue Reviews Avg Score Highest Score Highest Score Game Lowest Score Lowest Scoring Game
1 15 83% 93% Mortal Kombat II 49% Street Fighter: The Movie
2 16 82% 98% Virtua Fighter 2 62% Zoop
3 7 81% 97% Sega Rally Championship 65% Off-World Interceptor Extreme

Other InfoEdit

Issue Cover Date Release Date Pages Price Editor Publisher
1 November 1995 14 October 1995 100 £3.95 Sam Hickman EMAP
2 December 1995 24 November 1995 100 £2.75 Sam Hickman EMAP
3 January 1996 15 December 1995 100 £2.75 Sam Hickman EMAP
4 24 January 1996



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