Great Saturn Z (pronounced "zed," or in Japanese, "zetto") was a magazine focused on the Sega Saturn published by Mainichi Communications. It first appeared with a special "launch preparation issue" in May 1996, and then switched to a regular monthly magazine format with the July 1996 premier issue. It differentiated itself from the other Saturn magazines on the market (Sega Saturn Magazine, Saturn Fan, and Dengeki Saturn) by placing emphasis on editorial content and articles such as producer interviews and industry reports, rather than previews of the latest games that depended mostly on materials provided by the manufacturers. With the December 1998 issue, the title was changed to "Dreamcast Press" to reflect their shift of coverage to the newly launched Dreamcast.
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