Sega Saturn and John Petrucci

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  1. CrazyDean

    CrazyDean SS.org Regular

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    I just found out that there is a game on the Sega Saturn called "Digital Pinball: Necronomicon" and the music was composed by John Petrucci. The most interesting part is that the game was Japanese only, and never released in North America. Anyway, I thought you guys might find it cool, like I did.

     
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    Demiurge Intrepid Jackass

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    Good find, especially as that's a thread title I'd never see! (Two notoriously-complex machines, working together, maybe.)

    Music is pretty bad-ass, maybe a little too bad-ass for pinball but still. If I could find a Saturn emulator that worked reliably, I'd definitely give it a try.
     
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    1:45:shred:

    Good find!!
     
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    Wow! I had no idea this existed, despite being a fan of DT, especially 90's DT, and a fan of JP, especially 90's JP, and also being a fan of Sega, especially 90's Sega...
     
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    Science_Penguin SS.org Regular

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    Damn it, the Saturn's my favorite console, how have I never heard of this?!

    My mind was blown enough when I found out Satriani (rumour has it) performed the guitar tracks on the Saturn port of Sega Rally Championship...
     

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