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Doom (Sega Saturn)

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Title Screen


Developer: Rage Software[1]
Publisher: Williams Entertainment[1]
Platform: Sega Saturn
Released in JP: July 11, 1997[1]
Released in US: March 27, 1997[1]
Released in EU: March 27, 1997[1]

CodeIcon.png This game has unused code.
CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

A port of the PlayStation version and featuring all of the content, but none of the colored lighting nor playable framerate.

Hidden Credits

Enter the second level of Ultimate Doom (Map 2: Plant), then go to the password screen and enter any password starting with "jb4jh" or "lyjvm" (the rest of the password can be filled with any characters). When the "INVALID PASSWORD" error pops up, press Start to bring a Special Thanks screen by the developers (each of the two passwords has a different screen).

jb4jh***** lyjvm*****
DoomSaturn-RageCredits.png DoomSaturn-SegaCredits.png

The backdrop of the Rage Special Credits screen is Rage Software's Jim Bagley, the lead programmer on this port. The backdrop of the Sega Special Credits screen is Ed Hollingshead, a programmer at Sega of Europe.

(Source: MattFrie1)

Unused Map Data

  • All of the level data for the colored lighting and translucency used in the PlayStation version is present.

Regional Differences

  • The US release lacks support for the Taisen Cable, and multiplayer as a result. Oddly, the box for the US version claims two-player linkup support, while the box for the European release claims to be single-player only.
  • The Japanese version slightly reorders the music tracks on the disc to more closely match the track order of the PlayStation version.