News? I guess, but in all honesty, being that the Sega Saturn is an old console, I can't see why anyone would be opposed to open it and use a mod-chip to circumvent the protection. It's not like you're invalidating your warranty now, is it? :bigsmile:
The system lost to Sony's Playstation and was only available for nearly four years (late 1994-1998) and can be played through the Yabause, Satourne and other emulators today. In light of this, I think the incentive to crack the old wobble protection is more or less gone and so it will be allowed to continue to be one of the uncracked protections.