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XBLA, PSN re-releases of Saturn titles next for Sega?

Jun 30 // Jordan Devore    @DtoidJordan

By now, we all know full well that Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi (sans the original music) are heading for PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE Arcade later this year. Dreamcast ports on these two platforms is a potentially delightful concept, although admittedly these first candidates could be better.

Yosuke Okunari, producer of these ports at Sega, hinted at the possibility of Saturn games getting a similar digital download treatment. In an interview with Impress Watch, he dropped the following line: "we're of course thinking about ports of Saturn games."

"It's the same as how Sega Ages and Virtual Console were separate existences," he explains. "It's not that we have no intention of porting Saturn titles, so please share your requests."

That's the magic word, guys! What do you want? Here are a few of mine: Panzer Dragoon Saga, Saturn Bomberman, and perhaps the most legit videogame ever crafted, Die Hard Arcade.

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