Sega Tapes

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'''[[Sega]] Tapes''', the cartridges used by the [[Wikipedia:Sega Genesis|Sega Genesis]]/Mega Drive game system, have appeared in the [[Homestar Runner universe]]. While none of the [[characters]] has been seen playing any of these games, [[Homestar Runner]] once attempted to use a Sega tape and controller with a waffle iron, with delicious results.
'''[[Sega]] Tapes''', the cartridges used by the [[Wikipedia:Sega Genesis|Sega Genesis]]/Mega Drive game system, have appeared in the [[Homestar Runner universe]]. While none of the [[characters]] has been seen playing any of these games, [[Homestar Runner]] once attempted to use a Sega tape and controller with a waffle iron, with delicious results.

Current revision as of 23:00, 8 August 2009

"You could have stolen UPWARDS of one Sega tape."

Sega Tapes, the cartridges used by the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive game system, have appeared in the Homestar Runner universe. While none of the characters has been seen playing any of these games, Homestar Runner once attempted to use a Sega tape and controller with a waffle iron, with delicious results.

"Tape" is a somewhat common misnomer for cartridge, referring to the Sega Genesis cartridges' resemblance to cassette tapes. The cartridges for the Sega Genesis used semiconductor-based ROM chips for data storage, not spools of magnetic tape, so they are not actually tapes.

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