I grew up with sega channel, which I only found out as an adult wasn’t a common thing, and probably was only available to me because time/warner cable used my area (rural ohio) as a test market. it was so cool! a subscription service where you plugged a cartridge into your sega, connected it to cable jack, and then had like thirty rotating games each month for a reasonable price. it ruled
@christa How did I not know this existed?! How did it work?
Did it like, overwrite the rom on the cart with new games? Or did it have a set of games that were on the cart that got allowed based upon what the cable signal said?
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