Steven at GameSpew writes: "The title of this article almost qualifies as an oxymoron. You know, like those advertisements on TV where banks attempt to show how caring they are and how their speculators and asset strippers value the personal touch. Or, come to think of it, any advert on TV. Conventional lore tells us that the Sega Saturn was a disaster, a failure, a write-off. Sega’s decision to cancel the system just four years after its release appears an admission of guilt, a retroactive abortion so clumsily enacted the company ultimately gave up the ghost as a console manufacturer."