Alright, so I was running arround to different flea markets, pawn shops, and various other places that sell second hand goods today. I was getting fairly tired of looking as it had been a lousy day for bargan hunting, and i'd seen more of those 'NES in an N64 controller' type systems then I care to recall. But just as I was about to give up hope of finding anything of worth I stumbled across an old 'Sega Master System' and several games for it. Well the price was right (after negotiations) so I figured why not, i've never owned one before and I had heard that it was a decent system, so I bought it.
Uppon getting home, hooking it up, putting in a game, and powering it on though I noticed something was wrong. The game I had put in was called 'Parlour Games', but the one comming up on screen was 'Missile Defense 3-D'. I figured that maybe the game had the wrong casing or something, and so I tried 'Double Dragon', but once again 'Missile Defense 3-D' came up. Now obviously the chances of two games in a row would have the wrong case around their board is slim to nill. So I did a little experiment and powered on the system with no game in at all, and what happened shocked me: What appeared on screen was once more 'Missile Defense 3-D'. I examined the system to see if maybe it was one of those built in type games (Like I said, i've never own a SMS before), but their was no indiction as to that being the case.
So as best I can tell, I have bought a SMS that has been possesd by the spirit of a long dead game known only as 'Missile Defense 3-D'.
So does anyone know in reality what might be going on here? Is the system supposed to be doing what its doing, or do I really have some sort of seriously messed up sms?