Commit e2b26da4 authored by Roger Sanders's avatar Roger Sanders

Minor improvements to the recently added DTS content sections on the Saturn page

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Vol 3, No 1 [1995-01] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 1" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 1 [1995-01].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "Software Exchange". Quickly recapps a "32XPOSED" 32X Developer's Conference that was held on November 10 1994, and advertises an upcoming Sega DevCon '95 conference, scheduled for March 14-17, which was apparently the first international multi-platform developer conference Sega held, and was intended to be an annual event going forward. This edition only lists Saturn tools and documentation at the end of the newsletter.
Vol 3, No 2 [1995-06] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 2" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 2 [1995-06].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "Devcon '95 Wrap-Up". Recap of DevCon 95, and an assortment of information covering the Mega Drive (Genesis), 32x, and Saturn.
Vol 3, No 4 [1995-09] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 4" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 4 [1995-09].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "Focus on the Creative Support Group". A short issue with info split between the 32x and Saturn. Gives some info on the structure of the Sega DTS BBS.
Vol 3, No 5 | **DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 5 (Missing)** | Sega | This issue would have existed, but was missing from the DTS website archives for unknown reasons. The content of this newsletter is unknown.
Vol 3, No 6 [1996-04] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 6" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 6 [1996-04].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "DevCon '96 Wrap-Up: now the fun begins". This issue uses the new "Developmental" branding, and now describes itself as a "monthly" newsletter. Contains a recap of DevCon 96, which was focused on the Saturn. Also announced is a migration away from the BBS for sharing developer tools and information, in favour of a website and FTP instead. The Q&A section on page 3 indicates Sega had also transitioned away from providing physical paper documentation at this point in favour of digital files, although paper versions could still be provided on request for a fee. Absent from this newsletter is any reference to the 32x, with Sega having announced it was discontinuing the system around this time. The March 96 DTS CD is mentioned, which was distributed during DevCon 96.
Vol 3, No 7 [1996-05] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 7" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 7 [1996-05].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "Promised and Delivered: DTS WWW". Update on Saturn tools and documentation, with advertising on a presense at the upcoming E3 convention. The May 96 DTS CD, and upcoming June 96 DTS CD are both mentioned here.
Vol 3, No 8 [1996-07] | {% include download title="DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 8" target="Manuals/Newsletters/DTS Newsletter - Vol 3, No 8 [1996-07].pdf" %} | Sega | Web description - "The DTS WWW Companion". Contains a large listing of Saturn tools and software. Also advertises the upcoming November 96 DTS CD. Notably, now describes itself as a "bi-monthly" newsletter.
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# Overview
The Sega Saturn is the follow-up to Sega's very successful Mega Drive (Genesis), however the Saturn saw mixed results, being popular in Japan but largely a commercial failure in other markets. For general information about this system and its games, please refer to other sources such as [segaretro.org](https://segaretro.org/Sega_Saturn). This site focuses on the technical details of the system that are important for emulation and development, and assumes a familiarity with the general and historical facts of the console.
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# Sections
{% include contents pageGroup=page.pageGroup %}
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