Although the Saturn was a flop, like many of its owners, SluggoSlacker loves his Saturn. Many of the games were top notch, though it never had a killer app. Still, it was many's first choice, over the Playstation and N64.

Sega was the only of the 32-bit/64-bit generation to offer an internet connection, the Net Link, which plugged into the system's cartridge slot. At least 2 dozen games came out utilizing this feature before its demise.

But the biggest feature that SluggoSlacker liked the best was its 512k in system memory, meaning that the user didn't have to own a memory cartridge to save their games.