Well, it only took about 20 years, but someone has finally cracked the DRM for the SEGA Saturn games console. This was the new hotness in SEGA’s lineup in the early 90’s, and ultimately became a commercial failure for many reasons – one of them called the “PlayStation”. But it got some games that turned into classics, and it’s a collector’s item to this day. However, owners are finding that the disc drives are starting to wear out, and no-one’s stepping up to create hardware replacements for these old machines. The only workaround is to load up the games via external storage, and that’s where the hack comes in. Thanks to three years of attempts from programmer James “Dr. Abrasive” Laird-Wah, the DRM was finally cracked and he’s able to load games, save files, and even music tracks to USB to play on the Saturn.