Samba De Amigo is a Sega manufactured original development hardware system of the Sega platform that sells for around $5500. The initial base unit referred to as the \"Desk Top\", is attached to a TV. With the use of an external monitor and the docking of a keyboard or a controller, it may be used as a stand alone unit. It connects to the Sega Saturn, Sega Genesis and PC via audio and video cables.
Artemis is a mobile game produced by Sega Technologies Japan and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color. It was announced on December 14, 1997, to be a Pilot Wing-based game, in which players take control of the Artemis or, rather, her jet-pack jet. The game was essentially their second attempt at creating an official Game Boy Advance game, after Dragon Spirit. During development time, the name was changed to Mercury Wing, because it was generally assumed at first that the game would be a game referencing Sega's Dragon Quest series. However, development of Mercury Wing also resulted in the creation of Baraduke, as Dragon Spirit did for the previous Artemis. Despite obvious marketing differences between them, both games were released within ten months of each other in 1998.
In October 1996, the arcade version of Virtua Fighter 2 was released on the Sega Saturn. With the game's explosive popularity, there was a flurry of ports available on a variety of platforms, albeit with varying success. A few of those non-Saturn ports were on the Sega Saturn. One of these ports was for the Sega Pico System, which was the Pico computer released in Brazil in 1997, and which Sega referred to as the \"Saturn Mini.\" The Pico was a small line-drawing computer console which featured two arcade buttons and a built-in speaker. The system was targeted at primarily the Brazilian market, which offered many untranslated arcade games. d2c66b5586