|You must play Sega Saturn!|
|First Appearance||Sega Saturn Ad (1997)|
|Finisher||Sega Saturn, Shiro!|
Segata Sanshiro is a characted created by .vectorDestiny (t∣b∣c) for B.O.K.O based upon the Sega Saturn mascot. A man who dedicated his life to video games and who seeks to protect Sega and make everyone play the Sega Saturn. A man with immense power, able to perform abilities that no normal man has ever managed to perform before.
Segata Sanshiro is a man who wanders the world with a gigantic Sega Saturn on his back, training by furiously hitting his equally gigantic Saturn controller. He wanders the streets of his homeland, finding kids who don't play Sega Saturn to give one to them and optionally beat them up. Segata is also a part-time soccer manager and goalkeeper, having a key role in the 1998 FIFA World Cup by providing his home country it's first title in the match thanks to a great substitution at the end of the finals and managing to stop an opponent penalty by lifting the entire goal net. He also plays baseball, mastering Fu Man Chu's most famous baseball technique, the Football, which the player kicks the ball instead of hitting with the bat. He also participated in the Olympics and became the first man to win the ice skating competition barefoot.
Sanshiro was last seen protecting the Sega HQ from a missile sent by Nintendo to stop Sega from producing the Dreamcast. Sanshiro deflected the missile and redirected it to space. He was thought to be missing after all these years but returned and still with the same goal in mind: making people play the Sega Saturn.
|Sega Saturn, Shiro!||Segata notices that the opponent isn't playing a Sega Saturn and proceeds to beat them to a pulp, after this he drops his gigantic Sega Saturn on them while saying his famous line.|
- Side Taunt - Holds a Sega Saturn in the direction he is facing.
- Down Taunt - Puts his gigantic Sega Saturn controller down and mashes it to no end.
- Holds a Sega Saturn and says his famous line.
- Plays around with Sakura from Sakura Wars.
- Holds his arms up, like he does in his commercial and in the picture above.