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Sega Saturn Controller Variations

Current Count: 28


Control Pads :


Sega Saturn Control Pad Model 1

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in North/South America/Europe/Australia

- Solid black controller with black buttons


Sega Saturn Control Pad Model 2

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in North+South America/Europe/Australia

- This controller came with the later version console and as sold seperatly after

- Solid black controller with black buttons


Sega Saturn Control Pad Launch Model

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- Controller released in Japan

- This controller only came with the launch console and the later model in japan

- Has blue buttons and a blue start button


Sega Saturn Control Pad White

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- Controller released in Japa/south America

- Has different colored buttons.


Sega Saturn Coolpad

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- Controller released in Japan

- Model 2 controller with different colored buttons


Victor Control Pad V-Saturn 1

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- Controller Released in japan

- Grey controller with black/grey buttons


Victor Control Pad V-Saturn 2

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- Controller Released in japan

- Grey controller with different colored buttons


Hitachi Hi-Saturn Controller

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- Controller Released in japan

- Grey controller with grey/black buttons


Sega Saturn Samsung Controller

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- Controller released in South Korea

- Only came with the Sumsung Saturn console

- Black controller with black buttons


Sega Saturn Brazillian Model 1

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Japan

- Only came with the HiSaturn console

- White controller with red buttons


Sega Saturn Brazillian Model 2

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Japan

- Only came with the HiSaturn console

- black controller with different colored buttons


3d Controller Pads :


Sega Saturn 3D Control Pad

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Japan/South Korea

- White controller with different colored buttons

- it was Sega's answer to the then revolutionary Nintendo 64 controller, which featured an analogue stick as opposed to relying solely on D-Pads.

- Also called the "Sega Multi Controller"


Sega Saturn 3D Control Pad

Quick Facts:

- Controller released anywhere but Japan

- Black controller with black buttons

- it was Sega's answer to the then revolutionary Nintendo 64 controller, which featured an analogue stick as opposed to relying solely on D-Pads.


Infrared Control Pad :


Sega Saturn Infrared Controller White

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Japan

- White colored controller with different colors buttons

- Uses infrared technology

- Also known as the "Cordless Pad" in Japan


Sega Saturn Infrared Controller Black

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Europe

- Black colored controller with black buttons

- Uses infrared technology


Arcade Racer Joystick :


Sega Saturn Arcade Racer Joystick Grey model

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in japan

- Grey controller with purple buttons and a red start button

- Also called the "Racing Controller" in Japan


Sega Saturn Arcade Racer Joystick White model

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in japan

- White controller with purple buttons and a red start button

- Also called the "Racing Controller" in Japan


Sega Saturn Arcade Racer Joystick

Quick Facts:

Controller released in North America/Europe
- Black controller with black buttons


Sega Mission Stick :


Sega Saturn Analog Mission Stick

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in Japan

- Grey controller with blue buttons

- Detachable parts for left/right handed play


Sega Saturn Analog Mission Stick

Quick Facts:

- Controller released in North America

- Black controller with grey buttons

- Detachable parts for left/right handed play


Sega Saturn Twin-Stick

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- The Stinstick is only designed for 1 game:

Cyber Troopers Virtual-On

- Controller is white with "cockpit"  stickers


Sega Shuttle Mouse :


Sega Saturn Shuttle Mouse

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- The Shuttle Mouse is a four-button (A, B, C and Start) ball mouse

- Mouse has a grey color with a blue start button

- Bundled with a blue mouse pad


Sega Saturn Shuttle Mouse White

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- The Shuttle Mouse is a four-button (A, B, C and Start) ball mouse

- Mouse has a white color with a red start button

- Bundled with a red mouse pad


Sega Saturn NetLink Mouse

Quick Facts:

- Controller from North America

- The NetLink is a four-button (A, B, C and Start) ball mouse

- Mouse has a white color with a red start button

-NetLink Mice were designed primarily to work with software utilizing the NetLink Internet Modem and NetLink service, but are in fact compatible with the same software as the Shuttle Mouse.

- Bundled with a red mouse pad


Sega Virtua Stick


Sega Saturn Virtua Stick

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- Grey arcade stick with blue/grey buttons

 


Sega Saturn Virtua Stick

Quick Facts:

- Controller from North America + Europe

- Black arcade stick with Black buttons


Sega Saturn Virtua Stick model 2

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- white arcade stick with Green/pink/blue buttons

 


Sega Saturn Virtua Stick Pro

Quick Facts:

- Controller from Japan

- 2 Virtua Stick models connected into one.

- white arcade stick with Green/pink/ buttons and yellow start buttons

 - Requires 2 controller ports