When you are in love with a console, like we are with the Saturn, you tend to see some things trough rose-coloured glasses. It's inevitable and makes out of the big graphical glitch, that is the Burning Rangers engine, something like "great graphics!". Yet everyone agrees, that the infamous Death Crimson lightgun shooter is one of the most horrible games produced for our beloved system.
Maybe it's some sick fetish, some kind of self experiment or he really really loved that game. Whatever it was, artist Takamasa Sumi created this monstrosity of an art installation. It's a giant "controller" sort of thing, with which you can play Death Crimson on a tiny TV. It was already shown in museums and art shows around Japan and even made it to the UK (Darwen, Lancashire). Have a look at some great pictures of it right here.
The most cruel thing of it isn't the look of it or the frightening injuries you could receive whilst trying to play with it, but maybe the fact, that the Saturn's CD lid was glued shut. So you can only play Death Crimson with it. Death Crimson or nothing. Pestilence or Cholera.
See the official homepage of it here.