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Sega Saturn cracked after 21 years (video)

Posted on Tuesday, July 12 2016 @ 12:41:03 CEST by

It took over two decades but finally someone has managed to crack the notoriously hard-to-beat DRM of the Sega Saturn console. This console's copy protection relied on marks that are physically etched into the game CDs, which made it impossible to play with pirated CDs as you couldn't replicate these markings.

While many tried to cracked the Saturn, none succeeded until Dr Abrasive came up with a solution! He started his work on hacking the Saturn DRM in 2013 as he wanted to run homebrew software on the device. It wasn't easy but now he presents his results.

You can view a 27-minutes long video about the cracking of the Segate Saturn below:



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