Al Qaeda plotted to explode Sega cartridges

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?

[Source: Kotaku]

Readers Comments (1)

  1. Sounds to me like they just misinterpreted the term “Blast Processing.” BAAHZING!!

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