Several video games have been released based on the series.
- For the Family Computer, two role-playing games named Saint Seiya: Ōgon Densetsu and Saint Seiya: Ōgon Densetsu Kanketsu-Hen, were released in 1987 and 1988, respectively.
- For the Game Boy, one role-playing game named Seitoushi Saint Paradise: Saikyou no Senshitachi, was released in 1992.
- Bandai released a typing game called Saint Seiya: Typing Ryu Sei Ken for the PC in 2003.
- In 2003, Bandai also released another role-playing game called Saint Seiya: Ōgon Densetsu-Hen Perfect Edition for the WonderSwan Color, adapting the first 73 episodes.
- In 2005, Bandai released Saint Seiya: The Sanctuary for the PlayStation 2, a 3D fighting game that adapts the same episodes as the previous game, with characters from the first series of the classic series of Saint Seiya.
- A sequel for this game was released in 2006 with the name of Saint Seiya: The Hades, adapting the original video animation series, concerning the series of Hades, classical. Unlike previous games, these two PlayStation 2 games were released outside Japan, the later being released first in Europe in 2006 and later in Japan and Australia.
- A new game called Saint Seiya Online was to be released in August 2009 from SEGA Japan and Perfect World Beijing, but the release was delayed. Open Beta testing of the game began on the 16th of May, 2013, but only in China. Saint Seiya Online features a 65-piece orchestral music score composed by Masamichi Amano and performed by the Angel City Studio Orchestra. Recording took place at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers Studios. The game was first shown to be in production back in 2006 on the 14th of July on Masami Kurumada’s blog, but it wasn’t until 2008 on the 7th of November that he showed more info about the game on his blog, including a picture from the game with the five main Bronze Saints in their original colors.
- In 2011, a Saint Seiya themed pachinko game machine was released to commemorate the classic series’s 25th anniversary, featuring both the five main Bronze Saints and the twelve Gold Saints as characters.
- Additionally, a PlayStation 3 game was released in November 2011 titled Saint Seiya Senki, with characters of the classic series Saint Seiya; also known in Europe as Saint Seiya: Sanctuary Battle.
- More recently, a video game for PlayStation 3 has been announced and released on October 17, 2013. The game is titled Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers and for the first time, the gameplay covers all three major acts in Kurumada’s original manga, the Twelve Temples arc, the Poseidon arc and the Hadesarc.
- Soldiers’ Soul (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, 2015), with characters of the classic series Saint Seiya and Soul of Gold.