If you can't be bothered to watch it, allow me to explain. PlayTape is a fabulously obsolete music format that was apparently quite popular for a brief period in the late 1960s. That is, until the magnificence of the 8-Track swept it aside with the swagger of a pre-digital iPod in platform shoes and a flowery shirt. I know that doesn't actually make a lot of sense, but I'm sure you get the (extremely weak) analogy. Anyway, as I was watching the video above I noticed that the PlayTape logo shares a particular aesthetic with the Dreamcast logo: swirls.
|NTSC-J - Blue|
|PAL - Orange|
OK, so this is the most tenuous Dreamcast link you've probably ever read, but I found it interesting and I doubt you'd find anything as hard-hitting as this on Kotaku or Polygon. Cough. If you'd like to know more about PlayTape, The Museum Of Obsolete Media has an entry for the defunct format here. They also have an entry for GD-Rom, which is nice.