Sega was known for marketing “Blast Processing” to describe the abilities of the Genesis during the 1990s. It seems that Al Qaeda wanted to take the “blast” to a different level. Wikileaks released documents today verifying that Al Qaeda hoped to use Sega cartridges to hold remotely controlled explosives. The testimony came from 9/11 architect Khalid Shaikh. Wikileaks also revealed that explosive Sega cartridges were discovered during a 2002 raid in Karachi, Pakistan.
Did you ever think that your stack of Sega cartridges could have been used as weapons of mass destruction?