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^Supposedly, it has happened before with SD cards. But I'm guessing that it was unsuccesful, and nothing compared to what this guy did.
Wasn't there a similar thing for the PS(one)?
There is, started out as plug'n'play and tons of features planned - turned out to have little compatibility, huge limitations, contains stolen code, and requires soldering to even boot.tl;dr: pretend it doesn't exist.
I wonder if they might take this discovery at their emulation advantage.
I want to put a disk in the drive. In the Saturn's case, overcoming the copy protection will be critical eventually as will coming up with aftermarket drives because the latter will burn out and the disks will all eventually fall to rot. Popping a USB stick into plastic case clearly designed to accept a disk misses the point for me completely. I know it's "original hardware" but the feeling is lost and at that point is no more satisfying than just using an emulator.
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